February General Meeting
We all know that I-35 can be a traffic nightmare, but in actuality it is a “corridor of crime” according to our Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree. The Sheriff will be speaking to Texas Strong Republican Women on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at noon at the Southwest Denton County Courthouse in Canyon Falls about human trafficking and drug cartels who operate routinely up and down I-35.
Our unabashedly conservative sheriff has appeared on Fox News, noting after the horrific Florida school shooting that his deputies would not be waiting outside an active school shooter situation, and has also been invited to the White House on several occasions. Since 1988, Tracy has served Texans in law enforcement for 23 years in positions ranging from Highway Patrol to DPS Narcotics undercover agent, to being selected for the legendary Texas Rangers, to the Denton County Sheriff’s office.
Widowed due to a tragic accident in 2011, Tracy takes his parental responsibilities to his four children very seriously. Being there to raise them was the reason he resigned from the Rangers and joined the Sheriff’s department as a captain overseeing narcotics and criminal investigations. Running successfully for Sheriff in 2016, Tracy has will be running for re-election in 2020.
WHAT: Sheriff Tracy Murphree addresses Texas Strong Republican Women
WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 13
WHERE: SW Denton County Courthouse — 6200 Canyon Falls, Argyle
DETAILS: Open to any Republican; bring your own lunch
Please let us know if you will be attending by replying ONLINE or to
Jeanne DeArment, TSRW Vice President for Programs, at 575-496-3345 or [email protected].