November 17, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
BlueBonnet BBQ
3921 US 287
Waxahachie, TX 75165

Join True Texas Project in welcoming a panel of legislative experts this fall as we prepare for the 88th Legislative Session in Texas! We will take a look at the Republican Party of Texas’ platform and planks, elected representatives to support and/or watch out for, and finally, the bills being put forward that we need to be aware of. Come and hear from Texas Right to Life, Texans for Vaccine Choice,  Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, and Texas Family Project  to see what you need to put on your radar for the next session!

True Texas Project
Panelists: Sammi Farnsworth (TRTL),
Rebecca Hardy (TFVC), Tim Hardin (TFR) and Chris Hopper (TFP)
Date: Thursday, November 17th
Location: BlueBonnet BBQ
3921 US-287 Waxahachie, TX
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 dinner (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs

Panelists

About Samantha Farnsworth:

Samantha was born and raised in San Diego, California. She moved to Texas to attend Trinity University in San Antonio, where she graduated in 2021 with a BS in Biology, focusing on cellular and molecular topics. While in college, she was heavily involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and Tigers for Life, the school’s Pro-Life club. Through the Young Conservatives of Texas chapter at Trinity, Samantha worked on several political campaigns at the local, state, and federal levels to get strong Pro-Life candidates elected to office, including Chip Roy and Ted Cruz. She now serves on the YCT State Board as the Chapter Mentorship Director. During the 87th regular legislative session, she worked as an intern in the office of Representative Matt Krause. Samantha currently lives in Austin, where she has worked as a member of the Legislative team at Texas Right to Life since June of 2021.

About Rebecca Hardy:

As a speech-language pathologist, Rebecca has encountered many children with profound vaccine injuries. These experiences created a passion for protecting others from these kinds of negative health outcomes, which she has turned into activism. Rebecca is one of the original founders of TFVC and was working to grow this organization when it was only an idea being discussed. She previously served as our Policy Director; meeting with legislators, drafting legislative strategy, and block-walking for candidates. She currently serves as Operations Director, expertly coordinating all our work behind the scenes. Rebecca is dedicated to protecting medical liberties and informed consent for all Texans. Rebecca and her husband Tim have two daughters.

 

About Tim Hardin:

Tim Hardin serves as the Executive Director of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. A small businessman, pastor, and former staffer in the Texas House, Tim comes to TFR after serving as chief of staff to State Rep. Jonathan Stickland for seven years. He resides in Fort Worth with his wife Luisa and five children, Elijah, Noah, Micah, Jeremiah, and Selah.

 

 

 

 

About Chris Hopper:

I am a 4th generation Texan.  I attended Arlington Baptist University and Louisiana Baptist University and have have a Bachelors in Bible and Counseling.  I have been married for 17 years to Ashleigh Hopper.  We have 3 sons Landon (15), Evan (12), Jack (5).  All the men in the house train in Jiujitsu.  For 2 decades I served as student and missions pastor here in Texas.  My wife and I have helped build 2 schools in Kenya, Africa where we are still heavily involved.  We find great fulfillment in helping over 300 African children annually with medical care, education, and learning a trade with a Biblical worldview being the foundation. While continuing to teach and counsel at our local church, I have moved into the political world in order to make impact for the family.  I have previously partnered with American Principles Project.  APP is an organization designed, at the very core, to fight politicians who hurt the family and highlight and support those who help the family. I am currently working with Texas Family Project. The Texas Family Project wants to make the family the most powerful, well-represented force in Austin. Existing pro-family groups largely focus their efforts on education and tracking legislation, but TFP is interested in doing more to protect Texas families. TFP is activating pro-family forces across the state to take action and fight back against the Left’s anti-family extremism. The family is America’s paramount institution. But it is also the only institution without an effective political arm. At TFP, we envision fearlessly reforming how Texas’ government and its institutions view families, prioritize parental rights, and protect the innocence of children. We seek to fight against the Left’s anti-family extremist agenda by boldly defending family values and ensuring these values transcend all levels of government by electing unyielding lawmakers to represent the pro-family calvary. steadfast our state lawmakers preeminently hold these beliefs.