Coppell Repbulican Club Meeting
August 21st at 6:30 PM
Coppell Cozby Library and Community Commons -- Meeting Rooms A & B
177 North Heartz Rd. Coppell, TX
Please park in designated parking spaces only.
Overflow parking may use the Town Center Elementary School parking lot.
Some food and refreshments will be provided.
Director of Community Relations
Lathan Watts is Director of Community Relations for First Liberty Institute, responsible for all efforts to increase First Liberty Institute’s profile in local and national markets. His focus is on expanding public awareness of First Liberty’s mission, legal matters, and educational projects by coordinating communication with community leaders, influencers, policy makers, and the public at large.
Prior to joining First Liberty Institute, Watts served in various campaign and official staff positions for U.S. Congressman Jeb Hensarling, U.S. Senator John Cornyn, and Texas Governor Rick Perry. His executive leadership roles in non-profit organizations specializing in political affairs and community outreach contributed to the election of numerous members of the U.S. Congress, multiple state legislators, and governors. His work in and around the political process served him well in the four years he spent as a City Councilman in Lewisville, TX.
Watts received his Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi where he served two terms in the student senate one as President Pro Tempore. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Harding University, where he was a member of multiple honor societies and the University Concert Choir.
Club meetings are usually held at Ole's Tex Mex restaurant or at the Coppell Public Library depending on the program.
Club Members at the Texas Republican Convention
May Coppell Republican Club Meeting
Thought Provoking Program!
American, Republican...and Muslim.
The board of the Coppell Republican Club is pleased to have two speakers come talk to us about our party and its relationship to the local muslim community.
Come join us for dinner and an undoubtedly fascinating conversation on a topic that affects us nationally...but also locally.
May 15th, 6:30PM
Ole's Tex-Mex Restaurant
600 E Sandy Lake Rd., Coppell, TX
The Coppell Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a candidates forum
for the upcoming May 5 election on Tuesday, April 17.
The forum will be held in the Council Chambers at Town Center
(255 E. Parkway Blvd.) from 7-9:30 p.m.
For more information: http://business.coppellchamber.org/events/details/candidate-forum-15205
The Coppell Republican Club will forgo our regular April Meeting
and request that everyone attend the Chamber of Commerce Forum.
Primary Election March 6th
7:00 am - 7:00 pm
To find your polling place, go to http://www.dallascountyvotes.org/voter-lookup/#VoterEligibilitySearch
Enter your first and last name and date of birth and hit "Search". This will take you to your personal information.
Under the heading "My Elections" you will find the polling location and sample ballot for both the Democratic and Republican primaries.
There is also a precinct map at: http://coppellrepublicanclub.org/index.php/who-represents-me/coppell-precinct-chairs
The polls for Primary Election Early Voting will be open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm through March 2nd at Coppell Town Center, 255 E Parkway Blvd, Coppell, TX 75019, or any early voting location in Dallas County. Other early voting locations: https://dallasgop.org/2018/
March 8th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Coppell Republican Club Meeting
Photo Courtesy of D Magazine
With Dallas County Chair Missy Shorey
February 20th, 6:30PM
COZBY LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY COMMONS
177 N Heartz Rd., Coppell, TX 75019
Prior Club Meetings
Here is our most recent meeting - What a great speaker! Thank you, Rebekah Warwick, for updating us on the Immigration Debate in Washington.
January 16th, 6:30PM
Heritage Action for America
Rebekah will speak on:
Immigration: the House and Senate bills on DACA and immigration reform, the good, bad, and ugly.
Spending: Government funding runs out January 19th and Democrats are threatening a shutdown. What's the deal on spending and our messaging.
Influencing Congress: how do we move Members to the right and see conservative goals achieved
In April 2014 Rebekah became the Western Regional Coordinator in Denver for Heritage Action for America. Under Rebekah the Sentinel Program in Colorado alone grew from 30 Sentinels in 2014 to over 500 by the end of 2015. In mid-October she moved to Texas where she assumed the role as Regional Coordinator for North Texas, which boasts near 1,000 Sentinels.
Heritage Action Sentinels are a group of committed conservatives doing the hard work of Congressional accountability.
Just a reminder to pay your annual dues for 2018! During our membership drive in January and February, we will have drawings for a giftcard at our meetings to show our appreciation to our great members who support our efforts to educate the community on conservative issues.
Please join or renew your membership!
Time to renew your membership for 2018! Please do so by paying dues from here.