October 10, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
Meeting Hall
7614 Thomas Springs Rd
Austin, TX

True Texas Project is hosting a series of events this fall in order to prepare True Texans for the next legislative session. For this meeting we have invited a handful of our allied state legislators to participate in a panel discussion as a way of partnering with them and working towards accountability in the future. We will be discussing what their expectations are for the next legislative session, what each person’s priorities will be as a representative of the people, and then we will have a time of Q&A from the audience! This is a FREE opportunity to make your voice heard, and to meet face to face with some of the men and women who will be representing the people of this great state.

True Texas Project
Panelists: Bryan Slaton
Date: Monday, October 10
Meeting Hall, 7614 Thomas Springs Rd
Austin TX 78736
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 dinner (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs

About Bryan Slaton:

Born in Mineola, Texas, Bryan Slaton is a proud East Texan with values and principles that represent the great people of East Texas. These values were formed as he grew up regularly participating in church and family gatherings. Bryan attended Ouachita Baptist University, where he earned a double major in Youth Ministry/Speech Communication. He then attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and earned a Masters of Divinity with Biblical Languages. He served in the ministry as a Youth and Family Minister for 13 years.

Continuing his education, Bryan graduated from The University of North Texas, where he earned a Bachelor degree in Business Administration Accounting. Bryan now works at the family business.

Bryan Slaton is passionate about helping the people of East Texas obtain and maintain a Government that is transparent, protects liberty, defends the sanctity of life and fulfills the will of the sovereign people of Texas.

Representative Slaton enjoys hunting and shooting. Bryan and his wife, Sharmen, have been married for 3 years. They have a son, Maximus, and attend Fellowship Church – Royse City.