This month at True Texas Project – NW Harris County, we are hosting a much anticipated discussion featuring a panel of experts who will speak on Election Integrity. Joining us are Tim Hardin, who is the Executive Director of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Erin Anderson, a senior journalist for Texas Scorecard, as well as Luke Macias, host of the Luke Macias Show. We are eager to hear what these three have to say on the state of Texas election integrity, and hope you will join us for a night of listening and learning!
True Texas Project
Speakers: Tim Hardin, Erin Anderson, and Luke Macias
Moderator: Tom Glass
Thursday, October 14
Location: VFW Post 8905 21902 NW Freeway, Cypress, TX 77429
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
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 Erin Anderson:
Erin Anderson is a Senior Journalist with Texas Scorecard, based in the DFW Metroplex. She reports on local and state issues, with an eye towards helping Texans hold their government officials accountable. A native Texan, Erin grew up in the Houston area and now lives in Collin County. Prior to joining Texas Scorecard, she spent four years advocating for election integrity and engaging voters in the electoral process.
About Luke Macias:
Luke Macias is a Texas based political consultant who has helped elect the most conservative public servants across the state. He’s worked from the local level to statewide campaigns. He’s a full spectrum conservative who only works alongside public officials who will walk the walk, and not just talk the talk. Luke has been recognized as one of the most valuable consultants in Texas by Capitol Inside.
Luke has been an active volunteer in politics since 2006, and began his company, Macias Strategies in 2011. At 21 he helped elect some of the strongest conservative legislators that are in the Capitol today. He has run nearly 100 campaigns for conservatives at every level of government.
Luke is known in Austin as someone who is picky about his clients, and only engages where it aligns with his principles. Outside of politics Luke is involved in his church and family. He’s a real estate investor, and follower of Christ. He lives with his wife Misha in New Braunfels, they have a 1 year old daughter.
About Tom Glass:
Tom Glass is the founder and administrator for the Texas Election Integrity Facebook group. He has served as a poll watcher on election day at a precinct, has served as a poll watcher at central count in Harris County twice, and has developed curricula to train poll watchers.
A good portion of his IT career at ExxonMobil involved cyber, network, and application security.
Tom has spent his life working for limited government in various ways. Since retirement, he has spent full time at the last four Texas legislative sessions, pushing liberty issues that he thinks important.
Tom is the founder and leader of Texas Constitutional Enforcement, which focuses on how Texas elected officials can stop the feds from violating the U.S. Constitution in Texas and stop Texas election officials from violating the Texas Constitution.
Tom also runs several other groups on social media, including Texas Legislative Priorities, focused on seeing that the legislative priorities and other platform planks of the Republican Party of Texas are enacted, and Protect the Texas Grid, focused on hardening our electrical grid against attack.
Tom is a graduate of Odessa Permian High School, earned a Chemical Engineering degree from Texas A&M University, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center.