February 4, 2021
State Representative Andrew Murr is the latest Texas legislator to signal his support for a vote on Texas independence. Murr told The Kerrville Daily Times,…
|Date||What Issue?||Interaction Type||Interaction|
|2021-03-12||Elimination of electronic voting||Received a letter||[url=https://vsdoxycyclinev.com/]doxycycline lyme substitute[/url]|
|2021-04-08||Texas Independence Referendum Act||Personal visit||Staffer said they’d had a lot of calls regarding the bill. Wouldn’t commit on his position.|
|2021-04-16||Texas Independence Referendum Act||Phone conversation||reached an aide in his capitol office; requested that he not merely lean toward supporting the bill, but that he actively sign it and give the vote to the people of Texas, not just the legislature. She was friendly, receptive, took my full info and said she would pass my opinion on the the representative. (Unlike the cold treatment of Buckingham's office.)|
|2022-10-12||Texas Independence Referendum Act||Phone conversation||I asked his office to thank him for showing some support for Texit. I asked he show a little more support. I invited him to sign the Texas First pledge and gave them the web address taketexasback.com. I told them I think support for having the vote is important in upholding the Texas Constitution Article 1 sec 1 &2. I invited him to learn more at a TNM meetup, go to the website TNM.me or read the book Texit.|
|2023-02-17||Texas Independence Referendum Act||Personal visit||Had a brief visit and chat with Chief of Staff about the TIRA. Main concern is about Social Security, given the demographics of HD 53. Contact information exchanged. Invitation extended to them for future meetings and answers to any questions. Murr is well aware of the independence movement and anticipates the bill getting a hearing this session.|
|2023-02-23||Texas Independence Referendum Act||Received an email||Received a reply from Chief of Staff to an email sent as a "Thank you" for an earlier office visit. In my email, I had included a few links to articles addressing concerns expressed during the office visit. Reply email was cordial and welcoming of the additional information with a promise to review it.|
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