Debra Medina's Advocacy Group Gathers in Dallas

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Debra Medina may have been shut out of the Republican Party of Texas' 2010 Convention in Dallas, but her new advocacy group, We Texans, will still celebrate in Dallas next weekend.

According to their mission statement, We Texans is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes "public policy and legislation that advances the protection of true private property ownership, personal and economic liberty, and ensuring the proper, constitutional role of government in Texas."

The group's name is derived from a slogan Medina repeated often during her unsuccessful GOP primary campaign. Visitors to her campaign website were invited to complete their ...

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