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TFRW Woman of Distinction – January 2021

TFRW Woman of Distinction – January 2021

Our January TFRW Woman of Distinction is Vice Chair of the Republican Party of Texas Cat Parks. Republican Party of Texas Vice Chair Cat Parks believes strongly in rugged individualism, the importance of education, and the power of the grassroots. She is passionate about creating cohesive relationships to grow the Party by harnessing the talent and conviction of “We the People” of the Lone Star State. As a small-business owner, former University coach and college adjunct instructor, cancer survivor, and certified Emergency...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – December 2020

TFRW Woman of Distinction – December 2020

Our December TFRW Woman of Distinction is our newly elected U.S. Congresswoman from the 24th Congressional District of Texas, Beth Van Duyne. Hats off to you, Beth! Beth Van Duyne was born in upstate New York, but in 1986 her family moved to Irving, Texas. She graduated from Greenhill School in Addison, Texas, and later graduated from Cornell University, magna cum laude, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in city and regional planning, government, and law. Irving, Texas, City Council and...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – November 2020

TFRW Woman of Distinction – November 2020

TFRW is pleased to present Rockwall County District Attorney Kenda Culpepper as our November Woman of Distinction. After graduation from Texas A&M University in 1989 and SMU Law School in 1992, Kenda Culpepper joined the Dallas County District Attorney’s office where she prosecuted both misdemeanor and felony trials for three years. After leaving the DA’s office, she began the private practice of criminal law and became board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 1999. She...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – October 2020

TFRW Woman of Distinction – October 2020

TFRW is pleased to present Justice Eva Guzman as our October Woman of Distinction. TFRW’s Woman of Distinction for October excels in a variety of different areas—primarily in her expertise and contributions to the legal profession in Texas. Upon joining the Supreme Court of Texas, Justice Eva Guzman made history as the first Hispanic woman to sit on the state’s highest civil court. She is a proud Texan who believes “a judge’s highest duty is to uphold the Constitution.” Justice Eva Guzman...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – September 2020

TFRW Woman of Distinction – September 2020

TFRW is pleased to present Cassie Daniel as our September Woman of Distinction. Cassie Daniel has a long record of service that she adds to daily, with her unparalled commitment to the values of the Republican Party.  She’s a native Texan, originally from the small towns of the Panhandle and currently calling Austin home.  The daughter of teachers, she has a particular passion for training and equipping today’s leaders in the party and the Federation for success. Cassie got her start as a...
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PRESS RELEASE: Statement on Defunding the Police

PRESS RELEASE: Statement on Defunding the Police

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 19, 2020 PUBLIC RELATIONS
Karyn Brownlee: [email protected] STATEMENT ON DEFUNDING POLICE (AUSTIN, TX) — Glynis Chester, President of the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW), issued the following statement in response to Governor Abbott’s proposed legislation discouraging Texas cities from defunding the police: “On behalf of TFRW’s 160 clubs and more than 10,000 members statewide, I support Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick and Speaker Bonnen 100 percent in their efforts to protect Texans from extreme far-left efforts to defund police...
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