Taxs and Tea. Ron and Annie Galvan hosted a party to celebrate the end of Tax Day on April 15. Their were 25 guests at our get together. We were also honored with two visitors straight off the campaign trail. Curtis Rath who is running in Mckinney,Texas for City Council at Large was able to visit with our guests and asked for their support on the upcoming election set for May 9th. George Fuller who is running for Mayor of Mckinney also stopped by for a few minutes and was also seen visiting with friends and neighbors and explaining his ideas for the city. Their were also about 15 children from the neighborhood who enjoyed hotdogs and tea as the adults visited about local politics and the Mckinney Tea Protest Party that spontaneously erupted at El Dorado and Craig Drive. Witnesses indicated a few hundred people honked their horns and waved hand made signs in support of too much taxs nationwide. Campaign Manager Tracy Rath also stopped by to visit with guests and asked for support from friends and neighbors to vote for Brian Loughmiller who is also running for Mayor of McKinney, Texas. Tracy expressed that Brian if elected will *Empower our citizens * Promote development *Enhance relationships and Encourage unity within our community. Tracy also mentioned that Brian Loughmiller will push to Shape McKinney's Future Today. I want to thanks all our neighbors and friends for coming by and making the event a wonderful gathering.