October 15, 2020
6:30pm - 7:45pm
Mercury Studios Conference Room
6301 Riverside Dr
Irving, TX 75039

Fears of stolen elections and voter fraud run rampant.  Are they legitimate?  Enough to be concerned about?  What can we do to stop it?  These are very important questions as with each passing election it becomes more and more urgent to protect our liberties.  Thankfully True Texas Project has partnered with our friends at Direct Action Texas to provide some answers.

True Texas Project – Dallas County
Speakers: Christine Welborne & Daniel Greer of Direct Action Texas
Secondary Speaker: Terri Hall of TURF

Thursday, October 15, 2020
Location:  Mercury Studios 6301 Riverside Dr. Irving, TX 75039
5:45 – prayer meeting (all welcome)
5:45 – $5 pizza begins (while supplies last)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting
NOTE: if the Trump/Biden debate is not cancelled, we are letting out 15 min early.

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.
Need childcare?  It’s free!  You must sign up in advance by emailing [email protected].


About Direct Action Texas:

Direct Action Texas is a political advocacy organization in the DFW area. Our focus is local with four main areas of concentration: government transparency, government ethics, public debt and civil liberties.

We have a single mission: to help the grassroots take action in changing local government.

Direct Action Texas is based out of Dallas/Fort Worth but our inspiration comes from hearing millions of Americans across the country who are frustrated by the lack of transparency and accountability in their local government.


About Terri Hall:

Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom (TURF) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate the public on our government’s new shift to tolling using controversial financing methods called public-private partnerships (called Comprehensive Development Agreements or CDAs in Texas), the tolling of existing corridors, and the eminent domain abuse inherent in these plans (confiscating private land to give to a private company for commercial gain). TURF also educated the public about the Trans Texas Corridor (TTC), the first of the planned NAFTA Superhighways, and eventually helped pass a complete repeal of the TTC from state statute in 2011. TURF also helped secure a moratorium & sunset of controversial public private partnership road contracts in 2007 and was also the first grassroots group to oppose the use of stimulus money for toll roads in 2009, which garnered national coverage by the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Fox News.
TURF is a grassroots group of Texans asking for reforms through accountability and good public policy as well as promoting non-toll, sensible transportation solutions. TURF remains committed to ending eminent domain abuse and works tirelessly to secure a pro-freedom, pro-taxpayer, fiscally solvent, freely-accessible public road policy for all Texans.