Petition Rights

Too many smoking guns…headed for May 2017!

pistol_smoking_md_clrFor more than 18 months, we have witnessed far too many smoking guns not to take action in a city at ground zero in the Texas Water Wars — Bastrop, Texas. We’re talking violations of law, ethics violations, official oppression and bald-faced cronyism.

Citizens of Bastrop are in process of taking back their city as we prepare to file a petition for Reasonable Petition Requirements at Bastrop City Hall tomorrow. We’re headed for the May 2017 ballot!

Read this memorandum delivered to the City Council and Mayor.

Tonight you can witness a city loved by its residents in meltdown. We say this with sadness and incredible frustration, but we are taking action to do something about it by exercising the right to petition guaranteed to us by the Texas Constitution.


(or watch it on Time Warner Ch. 10 or AT&T Ch. 99 or come down to Bastrop City Hall)

We’re not about to let them get away with this and neither should you. Get involved dear friends.

P.S. The petition to recall Mayor Ken Kesselus will remain in the field until Monday, August 1st. Keep it going y’all.

P.P.S. Yes, we need funds to support our work. Go to our donation page and give online or mail us something. 🙂


See ya tonight, Bastrop!

Screen Shot 2016-07-11 at 5.42.36 PMWe hope to see you tonight at First National Bank’s community room, starting at 6:30 pm. That’s the main bank adjacent to HEB on Highway 71.

Have signatures? Bring ’em with ya tonight or bring folks to sign — last call for the Petition for Reasonable Petition Requirements in the city of Bastrop. We’ll also update you on the Recall Mayor Ken Kesselus effort too.

We’re also going to talk about how the right to petition gives voters the tools to rein in their city government and what this has to do with the water wars in central Texas.

Here’s our petition page with all you need:

Hoping to see ya!

PS Call us at 512-535-0989 if you can’t make it!


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