The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (of which I am co-chair) to help advance the economic empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. An executive order has also been issued affirming the principle that access to higher education must respect merit, and not diminish those who have sacrificed, invested in themselves, and achieved academic excellence.
Kelly Litvak authored the popular Christian-based book, Tools 4 Teens, and developed a curriculum which successfully launched through HISD serving disadvantaged youth. She is the founder of Childproof America.
Native Houstonian and City Council Member at Large, Mike Knox, is our featured speaker at our May General Meeting. Mike is a U.S. Air Force veteran and served 15 years as a Houston Police Officer. He was one of two officers responsible for the creation of the Houston Police Department’s first divisional gang unit in 1988.
Let your voices be heard. Stop Socialism and Choose Freedom Rally. Host & Concerned Citizen, Karen MacWilliam.
Dr. Steve Le is Houston City Council Member for District F and will update the current activities at Houston City Hall.
Carmen Maria has been a passionate force in Houston’s Latin American community and will discuss the situation in Venezuela after socialism.
Dr. Laura Pressley presents evidence of how electronic voting corruption occurs and that counties in Texas are not following state laws with regard to backup records to validate electronic voting election results.
Joan Somma is a board member of Texans for Immigration Reduction and Enforcement. Joan’s talk will center on the high cost of illegal aliens.
The Texas Asian Republican Club (TARC) invites you to the 2018 Stateman of the Year Dinner on October 26, 2018. Our Stateman of the Year and keynote speaker is U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady. Our Asian Elected Official of the Year is Dr. Lily Truong, Alief ISD Board of Trustees Position 1. Table and Ad Sponsorship information are enclosed. We look forward to having you help make it a special and memorable evening.
Senator Joan Huffman has represented Senate District 17 in the Texas Senate since 2008 and is currently running for re-election. Senator Huffman will update on Texas state actions and discuss why vote.