Governor Greg Abbott Announces Special Session – July 18

Blog / June 12, 2017

Governor Greg Abbott announced that Texas Legislators will be coming back to Austin for a special session on July 18. They will be debating the following topics: Property tax reform Bathroom privacy Prohibition of taxpayer funding for abortion providers Pro-life insurance reform Municipal annexation reform Administrative flexibility in teacher hiring and retention practices School finance…

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YCT Recaps 2016-2017 School Year!

Blog / May 25, 2017

Fellow Conservatives, With another school year coming to an end, I wanted to shoot you a quick update on what Young Conservatives of Texas chapters have accomplished on chapters across the state. If you like what we are doing, a contribution of $10, $20 or even $100 goes a long way towards ensuring our organization…

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37th Annual Convention Recap and New Website

Blog / April 18, 2017

Fellow Conservatives, This past weekend, one hundred students and alumni from across the state gathered in Austin for the 37th Annual YCT State Convention.  We were joined by former member of The University of Texas System Board of Regents Wallace Hall, Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick, Congressman Louie Gohmert, and several other elected officials and professionals who…

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Dan Patrick’s Brilliant Plan To Shrink Government

Blog / March 12, 2015

A lot has been said in recent days about the recent budgetary proposals put forward under the leadership of Lt. Governor Dan Patrick. Last week, the Senate unveiled SB 15/SJR 3 and SB 16/SJR 4, which would give voters the option to exempt tax and debt relief from the spending cap. Earlier this week, they unveiled…

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YCT Announces Endorsement of Dan Patrick for Lt. Governor

Blog, Press Releases / December 19, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 19, 2013 Contact: Jenna White, Executive Director Mobile: (281) 460-8545 Email: [email protected] Austin, TX — Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) announced today its endorsement of State Senator Dan Patrick in his bid for Texas Lt. Governor. “For years, Dan Patrick was the lone exception to the rule that the Texas Senate could only have…

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