This month at True Texas Project – Ellis county, we are joined by a local community member and patriot Chris Woolsey. Chris is on the Corsicana City Council, and also works as a commercial real estate advisor and property tax consultant. At this meeting, Chris will help inform us about the No New Revenue Tax Rate, as well as other pertinent fiscal issues involving our property taxes. Please join us and bring a friend who needs to be informed!
We will also be hearing from Brian Bledsoe, State Director of Blexit Texas, to tell us about the organization and how we can ALL get involved.
*Note, this meeting topic/speaker had to be changed at the very last-minute, so if you see an advertisement for this meeting on another topic, please ignore! We are working to reschedule that speaker.
True Texas Project
Speaker: Chris Woolsey
Intro: Brian Bledsoe
Thursday, July 21
Location: The Enchanted Point
1511 FM664 Waxahachie, TX 75167
5:30- prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45- $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
About Chris Woolsey:
Chris Woolsey is a commercial real estate advisor and property tax consultant with The Means Companies. He is currently serving his second term on Corsicana City Council. Chris has also managed and consulted for several municipal and county political campaigns, helping get good conservatives elected at the local level.
A consistent advocate for taxpayers on city council, Chris has been steadily turning the tide at the local level. He was the only vote against a massive tax increase in his first year on council, and the only vote against forcing businesses to close in the early days of COVID. He led the charge to increase police and fire funding in the middle of the national “defund the police” while also cutting property taxes. He also proposed a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn” measure and nullifying federal vaccine mandates affecting city employees and contractors. Chris has been called to testify at the capitol on eliminating property taxes, appraisal reform, and ending taxpayer funded lobbying.
Chris graduated from Texas A&M University and is a former high school educator. He serves on the board of the Corsicana YMCA and the Navarro College Business Council, and attends First Baptist Corsicana with his wife, Courtney.