GOP women are a 'well-armed militia,' Texas party leader declares
SAN ANTONIO — Never tell a Texas woman no.
Especially a Texas Republican woman.
In a speech to the GOP state convention Thursday, Cindy Asche, a longtime member of the Texas Federation of Republican Women who is running to become state party chair, drew loud applause when she told the crowd she has a concealed-handgun permit.
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