Posts by the working bulls relaying hot news on the political front

RCCC EVENT with Senator Ted Cruz: Friday Nov 3 at 5:30pm
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-10-28
Exciting news!  Senator Ted Cruz is visiting the Republican Coalition of Collin County (RCCC)!!  
The Senator will be in our area next Friday.  Because of the Senator’s tight timetable, we are holding this meeting closer to the Denton side of Collin at the Haggard Party Barn in Plano (by the Dallas North Tollway).  We have also asked our Republican friends in Denton to join us.  The new Denton GOP Chair John Dillard will be helping spread the word.
We confirmed the Senator’s visit last night around 9:30pm.  Rep Jeff Leach and Rep Matt Krause are confirmed to speak for the 10-15 minutes before the Senator arrives.   
This event will have an eventbrite link.  Get ready to spread the word and LMK if your club will be able to participate/sponsor.  
Thanks for considering everyone!

Candy Noble Campaign Kickoff
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-10-27

Dear Friends - 

I am excited to let you know our Campaign Kick Off event will be held Sunday, November 12th, 4:30 PM at the Seis Lagos Clubhouse in Wylie. This event is free, so please make plans to attend!

Thanks to so many of you, my campaign is off to a great start! Since announcing my candidacy for State Representative District 89, I’ve been honored to earn the support of State Representatives Matt Shaheen and Scott Sanford, former State Representative Scott Turner, District Attorney Greg Willis, plus over 275 citizens, elected officials and precinct chairs. Our support is growing every week!

Though admission to this event is free, we do need your RSVP due to neighborhood security requirements.

If you would like to donate to our campaign, event sponsorships are available for 00, 00, 00, 0, 0, and 0 per couple. Those who donate at least 0 are invited to arrive early and join the Host Committee reception at 4:00 PM. Secure online donations can be made by clicking HERE. I’d be honored to have your financial support…. but most importantly, I hope you’ll honor me with your attendance, and ultimately with your vote!

You may RSVP by completing the attached form (click to download) and emailing it to Kim Watts at, or call her at 214/236-1053.
I look forward to hearing from you soon!


Candy Noble





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Chris Hill Campaign Event
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-10-26

This one is hot (see Chris Hill’s email below):  Can we announce to the membership that we have FREE tickets to the Chris Hill event at the Frisco Star?  Please see below.  Would appreciate it if anyone wants to attend they contact Chris Hill at the email below or at 972-540-1552 cell. 



3:30PM VIP Guided Tour (optional)

5:30PM  VIP Reception with Allen West

6:00PM  General Reception


Omni Frisco Hotel at The Star.  11 Cowboys Way, Frisco


They just need to let Chris Hill know they are coming as a CCRMC member, no charge.


We have a campaign donor who has made it possible for us to offer a limited number of tickets to our campaign event on Thursday night to CCRMC members who would like to attend, but may not have been able to purchase a ticket.  Would you like to offer those tickets to the group? There are no paper tickets, so we would just need to have the names of any guests, so we can add them to the guest list.




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Phil King Declares for Texas House Speaker
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-09-24

Empower Texans

Phil King Declares for Texas House Speaker

While members of the Texas House Republican Caucus were meeting in Bastrop at the Lost Pines Resort for their annual member retreat, one instructed his staff to file the paperwork necessary to run against House Speaker Joe Straus.

On Friday afternoon, State Rep. Phil King’s (R–Weatherford) Chief of Staff filed a Declaration of Speaker Candidacy Form with the Texas Ethics Commission:

“Over the past several months, many of my colleagues have encouraged me to consider running for Speaker,” said King in a statement. “In order to have an open discussion concerning the future of our Texas House, I have filed the required paperwork to declare my candidacy for Speaker.”

“I have served in the House under the leadership of three different Speakers. What I have learned is that the role of the Presiding Officer is not to control the House, but rather to facilitate, assist, and empower all members to represent their districts, promote their ideas, and implement their policies,” he added.

“Between now and January 2019, I look forward to sitting down with my colleagues and sharing my vision for leading the Texas House as a true servant leader,” he concluded.

Though currently the choice for Speaker is limited to King and Straus, a number of other individuals have been rumored to be considering campaigns of their own.

Originally elected in a coup against Republican Speaker Tom Craddick of Midland, Straus has controlled the House with a coalition of Democrats and Republicans since 2009. During the recent regular and special sessions of the Texas Legislature, Straus gained notoriety across the state for killing a large share of Gov. Greg Abbott’s conservative agenda.

King’s decision follows a meeting during the GOP caucus retreat where Republican representatives were scheduled to discuss the adoption of a process whereby caucus members would unite behind a candidate for speaker. That policy is called for in the Texas GOP Platform and would be designed to put Republicans fully in charge of the lower chamber, instead of allowing a minority of their membership to control the chamber by sharing power with Democrats.

The caucus meeting was reportedly successful. Approximately two thirds of the caucus attended and there was unanimous agreement to move forward on a speaker selection process. A draft rule was circulated and a working group was appointed to study the details of the proposed process. The working group is scheduled to report back to the caucus in 30 days and the caucus is scheduled to vote on the proposal within 60 days.

These developments come on the heels of growing grassroots dissatisfaction with the status quo. Over the summer, fifty Texas county Republican organizations, representing over 52% of Texans, have approved resolutions calling for Straus to be replaced as speaker.


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Early Bird Lincoln Day Dinner Reservations
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-07-06

CCRMC Website announcement message for the 2018 Lincoln Day Dinner


Joe Cordina


The 2018 Lincoln Day Dinner will be held on Saturday, January 13 – become an EARLY RESPONDER for the best seating selection and some “extra-special bonuses” for your thoughtful planning ahead.  For details on the event:

Registration on the CCRMC website is forthcoming…..but fast action is necessary!!  Please read-on……

The CCRMC will sponsor four (yes, 4) eight-person tables again this year, however only TWO of these tables are eligible for EARLY RESPONDER ELITE STATUS!!!  To make certain you and your special someone are included in this “first-time” ELITE STATUS you must buy your seats NOW!!  Cost is the same as in previous years, 5/person.  You will be offered an opportunity for VIP status at a later date and you can engage or decline.  

Planning ahead is smart.  You never miss the $$$ when you take early action. The benefits that accompany the new venue and the photo opportunities and slate of special guests makes this an easy decision.  More on this very soon…..the wait will be WORTH IT!

Send your check (made to the CCRMC - LDD Dinner) to our Treasurer, Tim McCord (address below).  

This will be the GREATEST LDD in Collin County history, and YOU will be part of it!  ACT NOW!!  

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Next Activities and BOD Meeting
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-06-26

The next BOD meeting will be on July 31st at 6PM, Scotty Ps in Allen (Gene, please reserve for us).  Please update your calendars and let’s get this added to the website, please.


Next activity is the Float Build scheduled for Sunday, July 2nd (early afternoon on Sunday after Church) and possibly for the late afternoon on July 3rd.  Darrell will formally re-announce the times  – location will be at the Bill Donahoo Ranch, 2404 Dublin Road, Parker.  The trailer will be over by the barn – there are 2 entrances and one will be open – just follow the road to the barn.


Darrell may need some help with the supplies, so please volunteer to help. I will be in Austin Friday and Saturday, but home that night.


Parade show time will be real early:  I should have the trailer at the ISD site by 7:15AM on July 4th.  Darrell will round up the flags a few days in advance & we should have a head count on volunteers to pass out flags.  Please invite your spouse/kids/grandkids to join in the fun of passing out flags!  It makes for a fun start for the  4th of July

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Republican Men’s Club Float
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-06-21
The Republican Men’s Club Float will be leading the way again this year in the 4th of July Parade.  With the theme being honor our heroes we will be doing our float to honor a hundred years of the American solider.   We will have pictures from each major conflict of the last 100 years, WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War, and the Global War on Terror.
Please come join us as we pass out up to 10,000 flags provided by the Collin County GOP and walk the parade route.   It will be a very patriotic affair and having been involved in the past it will be great fun.
If you want to join the float building party it will be on the 2nd of July after church at 2404 Dublin Road, Parker, TX and on the 3rd for a short period if we have not finished assembly and prep.   
The parade will start at 9AM on the 4th of July if you wish to join and the line-up will begin no earlier than 6:30AM.   The start location is at Plano ISD Administration building.    2700 W 15th St, Plano, TX 75075    More information from the lions club on the parade route is located here.
You may contact Darrell Hale, Float Chairman at or 214-471-3584 with any other questions.

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CL Bryant Event
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-06-10

Spend an Exciting Evening listening to CL Bryant

Monday, Jun 19th at 7:00pm at

Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church (Stacy & Hwy 121 in Allen)

You are invited to hear CL Bryant, the noted Baptist minister, radio and television host, and public activist who will be speaking on current issues facing our nation.  He is a solid and skillful defender of Republicans against charges of racism and  founder of the group “One Nation Back to God.”  There is no charge and desserts will be served. Please join us.

Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church, Room A254

Monday, June 19th at 7:00pm

1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway, Allen (Stacy & Hwy 121)

Hosted by the following members of the Republican Coalition of Collin County (RCCC):  Allen Area Patriots, Collin County Conservative Republicans, Collin County Republican Men’s Club, Connor Harrington Republican Women, Golden Corridor Republican Women, Grassroots McKinney and McKinney Tea Party  

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Serving Our Heroes Luncheon
By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-05-26
All Republican Men’s Club members are invited to the upcoming Serving Our Heroes Luncheon on May 31st from 11:30 to 1:00 at the Prestonwood Plano Campus.  The program will begin at 11:55 AM.  This event is honoring our Veterans and First Responders.  We are partnering with two great Veterans support organizations to bring awareness to the issues that many in our military face today. 

  The lunch is free but you will need to register by simply emailing or calling me with the number of people you will be bringing.  My contact information : / 972-820-5439.  I’ve attached some cards that provide location and additional information on what we’re doing.  If they can’t make the 22 Push Up Challenge that is okay, just come to the lunch. 



Ronald L. Kelley

972-820-5439 (Direct Line)

214-725-9026 (Mobile Line)

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By Dalayr Hight Posted in Hot News on 2017-05-26
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