Monthly Meeting (CANCELED)- July 9, 2024

Monthly Meeting (CANCELED)- July 9, 2024

Come Join us for dinner and to hear “What’s Stewing” at our State Legislature with Representative Dr. Tom Oliverson. RSVP below.


Many of us watched in awe-filled expectancy as he defended his legislation last year to protect children! Tom’s bio is posted below. He is definitely “on top of” upcoming 2025 legislation—and he will want to hear from you as well!

We also want everyone to know that we would love to have you as a TTPRW member, associate, or young affiliate. Under “About Us,” you can print out a 2024 membership application or apply online. Women are invited to join as full members (or as associates if a full member of another TFRW-affiliated club), men as male associates, and youth as “young affiliates.”

A special note of appreciation is always in order for our group of male associates. They find many opportunities to lend a helping hand and to actively join in our “Battle for America.” Texas Tea Party Republican Women began in 1993 as a “protest group” in the spirit of the Boston Tea Party—this time fighting against abortion, for families, for Israel, and against high taxes!

Dr. Tom Oliverson represents Texas’ 130th State House District in northwest Harris County, including the communities of Tomball, Cypress, Waller, and Hockley. He is Chairman of the Committee on House Insurance, and serves on the Public Health and Health Care Reform committees. Additionally, Oliverson was selected to be the vice-chair of the House Republican Caucus.

His first session culminated with him being chosen by his Republican colleagues as “Best Freshman Legislator” of the 85th legislative session. In his second session, he was named by Texas Monthly as one of the “best legislators of the 86th session”. Oliverson has authored legislation on a diverse set of issues including healthcare, education, local government, religious freedToms, and the 2nd amendment.

In addition to his role as President of National Council Of Insurance Legislators, Oliverson is active with the National Association of Christian Lawmakers where he served as the chair of the National Legislative Council. Dr. Oliverson sTce of State Legislatures. In his professional career, Oliverson is a board-certified anesthesiologist and partner at US Anesthesia Partners, the largest anesthesia group in Texas.

Grace Handley

District Director

Tom Oliverson, M.D.

State Representative | House District 130

Capitol Phone: 512 463 0661

District Phone: 281 257 4984

Capitol Room: E2.408

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Patriot Award Presented to One of Our Own – Alexie Swirsky

Patriot Award Presented to One of Our Own – Alexie Swirsky

The Patriot Award was presented to Alexie Swirsky at the 2024 Lincoln-Reagan Dinner hosted by the Harris County Republican Party on April 26.  Alexie was acknowledged for the work she does to promote Republican (i.e. patriotic) values and in part, to her faithful attendance to Harris County Commissioner’s court. She attends to support the only Republican Commissioner, Tom Ramsey. So many court votes are four to one.

One can only imagine how lonely it must feel, especially when there is no one to even second Mr. Ramsey’s proposals or support his Precinct 3’s needs for roads and other infrastructure.  Because he is the only Republican, the needs of his precinct are frequently overlooked and the residents of Precinct 3 are not given the resources they need.  Money is found for murals painted on downtown buildings and the pet projects of the other Commissioners (like doling out $20 million for guaranteed universal income, $1 million of which is slated for the company doing a comprehensive evaluation first) while ignoring seven years of failed jail inspections.

But on every Commissioner’s court date, Alexie is in the court from early in the morning to late at night with an entourage of other people, sometimes a lot of people! Alexie encourages others to speak on topics important to them and on many occasions has risen to say a few words on the topics she feels are most important. Alexie supports the work that Tom is doing to keep crime and costs down for the county while trying to make Houston a better place to live for everyone in the city.

Congratulations, Alexie!

Legislative Report / Upcoming Commissioner Court June 25

The next Harris County Commissioners Court hearing is at 10 am on Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at the Harris County Administration Building at 1001 Preston, First Floor, on the north side of downtown Houston. Please join Alexie Swirsky there to support our only Republican Harris County Commissioner, Tom Ramsey.  Parking is available across the street for $15.

If you would like to speak on an agenda item (see, sign up online the night before and be at the court by 9:30 am)

Harris County Commissioners Court June 25, 2024 – Items of Concern 

Ítem 18
Request for discussion and possible action regarding Harris County jail population, staffing, conditions, and other issues.

Item 210
Request by the Commissioner of Precinct 2 for approval to accept from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality grant funds in the amount of $2,136,382.00, with no required match, for the Texas Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program (Tx VEMP) – Bus.

Item 211
Request by the Commissioner of Precinct 2 for approval to accept from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality grant funds in the amount of $1,717,115.00, with no required match, for the Texas Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program (Tx VEMP) – Freight.

Item 253
Request for approval of a Public Health or Safety Exemption renewal option with CoreCivic, Inc. for outsourcing of Harris County Jail inmates to the Tallahatchie Correctional Facility for the period of December 1, 2024 – November 30, 2025, at a cost of $11,358,750.

Item 256
Request that the County Judge execute a settlement agreement with DEMA
Consulting & Management Texas LLC in the amount of $860,354.90 for Holistic Assistance Response Team services provided from June 6, 2023 to April 9, 2024. This program treats some Law enforcement incidents as mental Health issues.

Item 322
Request for approval to renew the Memorandum of Understanding with the Harris County Department of Education (HCDE) to enable Harris County Commissioner Precinct 1 to certify funds which will be matched by federal match funds in partnership with the Texas Workforce Commission through the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) for the provision of allowable childcare services or activities in the Gulf Coast Workforce Board area.

Dutch Lunch – Thursday, June 27, 2024

Dutch Lunch – Thursday, June 27, 2024

Join us for Fun and Frivolity Thursday, June 27, 2024 as we discuss how to make a difference in the government that is meant to serve We The People! We meet at Spring Creek Barbeque for lunch 11:30 am to 1:30 pm – 21746 Hwy 249 (Tomball Highway)