Ann and By the Grace of Tea received a bit of press in Dallas News in an article about Rep. Ralph Hall of Rockwall, the oldest U.S. House member and the runoff for the 4th District, and his challenger, John Ratcliffe.

Two photos were used to illustrate an article about the two campaigning and their appearances at the Rockwall Founder’s Day Festival and our take-away was that politics can still be civil!

 

 

Photos by Stewart F. House/Special Contributor Candidate John Ratcliffe talks with Susan DeKruger of Garland at the Rockwall Founder’s Day Festival on Saturday. Ratcliffe says it’s time to focus on the next generation.
Photos by Stewart F. House/Special Contributor

Candidate John Ratcliffe talks with Susan DeKruger of Garland at the Rockwall Founder’s Day Festival on Saturday. Ratcliffe says it’s time to focus on the next generation.

(Note that they are shopping at the By the Grace of Tea booth at Rockwall Founder’s Day Festival!)

 

 

Stewart F. House/Special Contributor U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall greets Ann Ranson of Dallas at the festival. “I’m supposed to represent people. And you can represent them better if you know them,” he said.
Stewart F. House/Special Contributor

U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall greets Ann Ranson of Dallas at the festival. “I’m supposed to represent people. And you can represent them better if you know them,” he said.

 

 

Ann reports that both were gracious AND purchased tea!

 

 

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