Teresa Rushing for Arlington City Council District 4

Teresa Rushing for Arlington City Council District 4 Running for Arlington Texas City Council District 4, with a focus on fiscal responsibility, infrastructure, reduction of violent crime, and community involvement.

Pol. Ad. paid for by Teresa Rushing Teresa Rushing is a life-long resident of Arlington Texas. She graduated from Arlington High School in the class of 1997. A recipient of the Principal’s Award, Teresa was also honored as “Best Thespian” in her senior year. Teresa carried her passion for Theatre Arts into college, where she double majored in Theatre Arts as well as Computer Science. Fresh out of college, Teresa’s professional career began quite humbly working in the mail room for a major airline. What began as a simple “stepping stone job” evolved into a life-long passion and career in airline operations and management. Her career in the airline industry has spanned across 2 major airlines and has seen 7 unique operational departments, 2 mergers, and 1 bankruptcy. Currently, Teresa works as an Analyst in the Crew Tracking department for American Airlines, where she is responsible for providing time sensitive analysis of Flight Crew performance, ultimately determining the safe, legal and efficient operation of every flight in her region. Teresa spends nearly all of her time outside of work with her family – her daughter, an 11 year old honor student and Girl Scout, and her loving, supporting boyfriend of 5 years. When not helping her daughter sell cookies or earn her next merit badge, Teresa’s hobbies include traveling, running, and debating political issues with her father who is president of the Republican Club in Wood County. Her current extra-curricular occupations include Troop Co-Leader, Cookie Chair, Treasurer for Tarrant County Libertarian Party, and one of the founding members of Citizens for a Better Arlington.

Operating as usual

City of Arlington Announces Five Finalists for Police Chief; Residents Invited to Ask Candidates Questions During Oct. 29 Community Forum


Arlington launched its search for a new police chief on June 1, 2020, and received applications from 74 public safety professionals from across the country. The City narrowed the pool of candidates to 24 in mid-August, conducted another round of interviews and analysis, and invited 10 candidates to....

Mission Arlington/ Mission Metroplex

Please donate what you can

Mission Arlington is in need of coats, hats, scarves, blankets, and children’s winter clothes of all sizes to help families during this cold weather and as winter rolls in. Our food supply is also low, as our front room continues to have lines out the door every day. We need basic food items, such as canned goods, peanut butter, tuna-fish, soups, cereals, and any staples you can provide. Can you help us share the word? Thank you.

Libertarian Party of Texas

Libertarian Party of Texas

Let's make a more peaceful world.

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

The Arlington City Council took its first look at the proposed $517 million Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget, which includes a recommendation for a property tax rate reduction for the fifth year in a row and no increase for residents’ water rates. Visit www.arlingtontx.gov/budget to learn more.

Arlington Police to Host Virtual State of the District Meetings for Citizens


Each year, the Arlington Police Department hosts a series of community meetings to keep residents of each police district informed about what is happening on their sides of town, to share what their beat officers have accomplished over the past year, and to give citizens an opportunity to ask APD Co...

City of Arlington FY 2021 Budget Townhall Meeting Tonight at 6:30 PMTo participate:Members of the public who wish to ask...
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City of Arlington FY 2021 Budget Townhall Meeting Tonight at 6:30 PM

To participate:
Members of the public who wish to ask questions about the FY 2021 Budget can send an email
to [email protected] to register at any time until 6:00 p.m. on Thursday,
August 20, 2020, or call 833-268-8354; Conference ID: 555-605-356#, starting at 6:00 p.m. on
Thursday, August 20, 2020, to register to speak. City staff will then call members of the public
who register to ask questions about the FY2021 Budget at the appropriate time during the Budget
Town Hall meeting.

You can watch here:

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

North Texas Giving Day is a little less one month away on Thursday, Sept. 17! The 7th annual North Texas Giving Day Day concert presented by the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation at the Levitt Pavilion Arlington will once again celebrate our city's outstanding nonprofit organizations. It'll be "virtual" this year, with a full day of Texas entertainment.

Here’s our diverse, Texas-based lineup:

-11am - Larry Gee (http://larrygeeofficial.com)
-1pm - Hannah Kirby (https://www.hannahkirby.com/) & Brad Thompson (https://bradthompson.com/)
-3pm - Bri Bagwell (https://www.bribagwell.com)
-5pm - Ron Bultongez (https://ronbultongez.com)
-7pm - Radney Foster (https://www.radneyfoster.com)

Libertarian Party of Texas

Libertarian Party of Texas

It’s true. Have you told your local media to cover Jo?

Andy Prior

Andy Prior

To the City Council and all of the citizens of Arlington,

We the undersigned believe that the recently completed Term Limits Advisory Committee (TLAC) recommendation to City Council did not properly reflect the views as expressed during the more than thirteen (13) hours of committee meetings held.

We came to the TLAC with a variety of backgrounds and views but realized very quickly that our views were unwelcome. This was due in part to the overly narrow charge provided by City Council to the TLAC and the rest was due to the unnecessary rush of holding four (4) meetings over a fifteen (15) day period, a first in Arlington history for an appointed committee of any kind.

The TLAC’s charge was to solely review the length and number of terms allowed under Arlington’s current term limits, as passed by the voters in Nov. 2018. This ignored a number of points of view that we believed could have improved the TLAC’s recommendations and provided a more comprehensive view of what’s best for the City of Arlington. These points include, but are not limited to:
1. Liability if a vote is held before the constitutionally mandated two year waiting period;
2. A Recall option if term lengths are adjusted to three or more years;
3. Initiative and Referendum to give voters more say in many of the decisions facing Arlington;
4. Campaign Finance reforms that would lower the cost of running for Council or Mayor; and
5. Uniform Election date that would increase voter turnout and ensure improved representation.

Ultimately, this has been a missed opportunity for the City of Arlington as a whole. Instead of having an open and honest citizen-led discussion of ways to improve the city, we had a rehashing of the 2018 election that increasingly led to citizen distrust of the TLAC, and growing distrust of the reasons why the City Council formed this committee.

The final presentation of the TLAC includes one item in particular that we believe stepped outside the charge given to the committee and if adopted by City Council will be seen by the voters of Arlington as an overt effort to completely undo the very term limits they approved.

Twelve (12) out of twenty-four (24) members, or exactly half, of the committee voted to advise the City Council that it should eliminate all mention of a lifetime limit on the total number of terms someone might be in office.

This was the most extreme recommendation the TLAC made and it lacked a clear consensus mandate. It was not a clear majority, as two members of the TLAC were not present. We believe a more reasonable recommendation could have been made, if cooler heads had prevailed.

Therefore, we wish to express in the strongest possible terms our opposition to this extreme recommendation and advise the City Council to NOT proceed further. Our collective opinion is that moving forward will result in opposition by the voters of Arlington to the rest of the TLAC’s recommendations and potentially the defeat at the ballot box of any candidate who supports them or Council members who vote to move it forward.

Amanda Jane Arizola - LULAC
Syed Fayyaz Hassan - Coalition for a Better Arlington
Gwen Hicks
Andy Prior - Citizens for a Better Arlington
Ray Whitworth
Billy Wilson - NAACP Arlington TX chapter

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

Please see the Texas Department of Transportation's detour map for this weekend's planned closure of the east and westbound I-30 mainlanes from FM 157/Collins Street to SH 161/President George Bush Turnpike for the Keep30360Moving project. Click here to learn more ➡️ ow.ly/KLGd50APiBm

Andy Prior

Andy Prior

The first TLAC (Term Limits Advisory Committee) Meeting will be held via Zoom Video Conference on Thursday July 16 at 6:30 PM CST. The meeting will be broadcast on-line and over the City’s cable channel.

Arlington Black Chamber of Commerce
Citizens for a Better Arlington


TEA has released the safety guidelines for the 2020/2021 school year.


State Fair of Texas

State Fair of Texas

It is with a heavy heart that we must announce the State Fair of Texas will not open for the 2020 season. Our mission at the Fair is to celebrate all things Texan and with that comes...being friendly, lending a helping hand, and looking out for others. This year, those essential traits of being a Texan matter more than ever. Right now, we must take care of our neighbors and loved ones.

The Fair’s commitment to our nonprofit mission of promoting agriculture, education, and community involvement will continue. In addition, we commit to maintaining as many participation opportunities as possible for both livestock and creative arts - stay tuned for more updates on these contests.

We have been around for 134 years and though we may not see each other in person this year, we can promise you we will be counting down the days until we can celebrate in 2021 and the many State Fair’s ahead of us. We will be waiting with open arms to welcome you back next year in true Texas-fashion with the biggest and best, “Howdy, Folks!”

We appreciate your understanding, and overall love and dedication toward the State Fair of Texas.
#BigTex #StateFairofTX

For more information, please visit COVID-19 Updates | State Fair of Texas, https://bit.ly/325oQ9B.

End Qualified Immunity - Form Letter

What is "Qualified Immunity" and why does it pose a danger to all citizens and especially those of racial and social minority?

If you agree to the simple premise that all individuals, regardless of occupation in law enforcement or otherwise, shall be held to the same rule of criminal law, please take a 5 minute break to write your US Representative in support of this proposed "End Qualified Immunity" bill. Read the attached letter for more information about this bill and how you can easily act in support of it. I just did!

It needn't be complicated, because if a law is important enough to put in place, it's important enough to apply to everyone.


The only Libertarian in Congress, Justin Amash, wrote a bill to end qualified immunity. Call your representative and put pressure on them to pass this important piece of legislation if you want the riots to stop.

Arlington Independence Day Parade

Arlington Independence Day Parade

Parade Update:

At this time, the Arlington Independence Day Parade is in communication with the City of Arlington, the Emergency Operations, and Medical Staff to plan the parade to conform with safety guidelines for both entrants and spectators.

While this is subject to change, we are still moving forward with the planning of Arlingtons longest running annual event that draws tens of thousands to downtown each year. We will provide another update as soon as we have one.

It is our hope that our community will be able to come together to celebrate on July 4th as we have for over 50 years. Though this parade will likely look a little different this year, we know it will be a fun and memorable event. As always, your safety is our top priority. We are #ArlingtonStrong



Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer Charlotte Jones joins Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos for a special graduation update. Arlington ISD parents and the Class of 2020: Get ready to graduate on June 5, 6 and 7 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington! We are grateful to the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Foundation and Charlotte Jones for providing these seven graduation ceremonies as a gift to Arlington ISD parents and students.
The graduation schedule is as follows:
-Lamar High School - Friday, June 5 - 3:30 p.m.
-Arlington High School - Saturday, June 6 - 10 a.m.
-Seguin High School - Saturday, June 6 - 3 p.m.
-James Martin High School - Saturday, June 6 - 8 p.m.
-Arlington Collegiate High School - Sunday, June 7 - 10 a.m.
-James Bowie High School - Sunday, June 7 - 3 p.m.
-Sam Houston High School - AISD - Sunday, June 7 - 8 p.m.
For complete details, check your latest parent email.

Kryssi and Friends Talk to People on Camera

Hello Everyone! I was chosen to be on a live internet talk show tonight with Justin Amash. It starts at 7pm, please tune in if you can.


Justin Amash will have face time with Libertarian Party delegates for the first time on this LIVE SHOW.

All of the questions from delegates will come from undecided delegates.

Chris Spangle of We Are Libertarians will co-host while Jess takes the night off.

The Blue Angels will be doing a flyover salute today to honor our health care workers. If you want to see this event, ma...

The Blue Angels will be doing a flyover salute today to honor our health care workers. If you want to see this event, make sure you are outside no later than 11:20 am.

Governor Abbott has granted relief and will allow salons to resume operations on Friday, May 8. This includes hair salon...
Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday

Governor Abbott has granted relief and will allow salons to resume operations on Friday, May 8. This includes hair salons, nail salons, barber shops, and tanning salons.


This is a developing story and will be updated. AUSTIN -- Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday announced that hair salons could open on Friday -- a move that came...


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Good luck 👍🏽
Out cleaning up the park and shorelines
You were great at ARC this evening! You distanced yourself from those that did not want term limits. Term limits won 2 to 1! That is why we want you!
Very pretty smart, and nice
I have been driving all over Arlington the last two days and have seen your signs everywhere!
Thoughts on AirBNB?
Hope to see you at NCTCOG Transportation Hearing - Monday, 2/11 at 2:30 PM, 616 Six Flags Dr.
How can I help???
Thanks for the invite!