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Central Texas Conservatives Groups Team Up to Form Central Texas Constitution Alliance
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 • Posted May 9, 2012

Several conservative groups in Central Texas have joined together and created the Central Texas Constitution Alliance (CTxCA). The purpose of the Alliance is to represent the voices of small constitutionally oriented Central Texas organizations that otherwise would have their voices overshadowed by the influence of larger metropolitan areas within the state. The mission of CTxCA is to educate, energize and inspire all citizens to promote the values of individual liberty, limited government and fiscal responsibility – at all levels of government; local, state, and national.

The founding members of CTxCA include the Fredericksburg Tea Party (Gillespie County); the Highland Lakes Tea Party (Portions of Burnet and Llano Counties); the Mason Tea Party (Mason County); the San Angelo Tea Party (Tom Greene County); and the Spicewood Tea Party (Burnet County). Leaders of all of these conservative groups have been working for months to define the right structure which would support CTxCA’s mission while at the same time retaining each group’s independence, autonomy and individual leadership.

Founder and coordinator Bill Hussey, Llano, Texas, reports that while CTxCA is neither a non-profit nor a PAC its organizational structure and membership base allow the Alliance to accomplish its mission as a single cohesive unit. As each group retains its own unique identity, autonomy and control, they individually decide to participate, or not, in any sanctioned initiative sponsored and conducted by the Alliance.

The Alliance Leaders agree that there is power and strength in numbers! CTxCA expects to grow by combining efforts and resources in Central Texas. Members will reach out to encourage and expand its number of members and increase the number of conservatives in the Texas Legislature and the Republican Party.

Central Texas Constitution Alliance consists of 30 counties in Central Texas, from the North (Eastland), South (Medina), East (Burnet) and West (Crockett) and invites all conservative groups in those areas to consider becoming part of the Alliance. Conservative organizations interested in finding out more about the Central Texas Constitution Alliance may contact any of the current member groups by going to our website, selecting a member organization and requesting information. Sponsorship from an existing member group will be required to become part of the Alliance. Contact

The challenges our Country faces are real – If we are to reclaim our Nation, we must reclaim our History and our Constitution.

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