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Urgent Texas Redistricting Update: New Proposed Texas State Rep Map - It is Better for Republicans, Vote Soon, Action Now
*Updated: The following is an email that I just received today from Conservative State Representative Wayne Christian. As you already know, the Texas House Redistricting Committee recently released their proposed map for The Texas House of Representatives. This map is currently scheduled to be voted on this Tuesday April 26th, 2011. Read more »
Texas House Redistricting Committee Releases Proposed Map for Texas House of Representatives – See New Map Here!
State Rep. Burt Solomons, Chairman of the Texas House Redistricting Committee, has been working hard on drawing up the new lines for the Texas House of Representatives.
Well his committee’s new proposed map is finally out.
See for yourself how your district will be changed if this proposed map is approved:
Go to http://gis1.tlc.state.tx.us/ then use the drop down menu in the upper left-hand side marked "Select Plans" to bring up a pop-up window titled "Select Base Plan". From that window, scroll down to see the proposed map
Elected conservatives on the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) have stood strong for values you cherish. True to their promises, they made education reforms wildly popular with parents including:
Hispanic Group Sues Texas Over Redistricting and Absurdly Alleges that Race is the only Reason People Should Use in Elections
Plus read this article to see what Hispanics like Adryana Boyne and African Americans like Pastor John Lawson have to say about why the Republican Party is the best Party for Hispanics and African Americans.
The new census numbers are in and Texas has to re-draw the maps.
As soon as the proposed maps start to come out you can find them here. According to the redistricting update conference call that I had with some high ranking legislators involved in redistricting, the first proposed map to come out will be the State Board of Education map.
Why Obama won his election and can win again in 2012. You may truly believe that Obama is not re-electable, but I disagree. As conservatives we must continue to be ever vigilant of how the Socialists/Extremists/Democrats work.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is Coming to Houston Texas to support Carl Pittman for Harris County Sheriff
Dubbed America's Toughest Sheriff, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio will make his only 2011 Texas Visit to Houston to support the campaign of Carl Pittman for Harris County Sheriff. Pittman announced the event today on his campaign website.
The event will be held June 4, 2011 at the Humble Civic Center. It will also be attended by
I heard Gov. Barbour speak at the 2010 RPT Convention. He learned much from his former boss Ronald Reagan about how to fire up a crowd. Talk about issues, tell a good story or two, be humerous, but be real. Governor Barbour is real. He has proven he can cut taxes and reduce spending while balancing a budget.
Here is a recap of his comments at CPAC 2011.
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Gov. Mitt Romney was my choice for the Republican nomination for President in 2008. So far I have yet to see anyone ready to change that. In was was clearly designed to be a Reagan style speech of the greatness of American exceptionalism and the optimistic future of our country, Romney received several standing ovations from the CPAC crowd. Here are some excerpts from his speech. Read more »
(Notes: I am not making any endorsements or will I spend time in this piece to dissect weakness of candidates. There is more than enough time to do this. My purpose is to point out that Republicans have a strong list of candidates.)
The 2012 presidential elections have already begun and there is one thing to consider,
The following announcement was sent in by former Solicitor General of Texas Ted Cruz on Wednesday, January 19:
As Congress gathers today to cast its first vote on whether to repeal ObamaCare, I am pleased to share with you some exciting news: Today I filed the official paperwork to run for the U.S. Senate.