Jared Woodfill Starts Small in Bid to ‘Take Back’ Texas GOP

Jared Woodfill Starts Small in Bid to 'Take Back' Texas GOP
Jared Woodfill prays at a “Take Back Our Party” event in Spring on Jan. 26, 2016. Woodfill, who is running for Texas Republican party chairman, started the series of events to to “take back” the Republican party from what they see as the more moderate establishment.

SPRING — The crowd gathered in the church on a stormy Tuesday night was small — only about 30 people. But Jared Woodfill, the man who called them there, wasn’t worried.

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“You’ve got to start by finding a core group of people in every city, across the state of Texas, and you build from that — this is just the first round,” he said. “We’ll be coming back for a second round. And they’ll bring two, three, four — or 10 — friends.”

Standing before a stained-glass triptych depicting the crucifixion of Jesus, and flanked by images of triumphant elephants and the Texas state flag, Woodfill spoke at length about ……… read more here.

by Jordan Rudner

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