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TexasGOPVote Blogger Endorsements
Foreclosure, Reprimanded For Judicial Misconduct, Credit Card Debt, Sinfully Lied About 2006 Opponent, Injury Trial Lawyer, Abruptly Resigns From Bench, This Is John P. Devine And Much Much More!
The Texas energy sector is facing a multi-pronged attack from the Obama Administration and the EPA. Moratoriums and “ground water” mythology threaten to kill the vitality of the Texas oil and gas industry, at a crucial moment of innovation that could mean virtual energy independence for America. Expert leadership is required to resist efforts that threaten to undermine prosperity, stifle job creation, and keep Americans dependent on foreign oil.
Many want to see Texas oil and natural gas companies uninhibited and free to increase domestic production and find new ways to ween Americans off foreign oil and create jobs. Roland Sledge, candidate for the Texas Railroad Commission,
I recently relocated from the Houston area of the same representation as Norman Adams, and would follow the endorsements he gave here with a few changes and some comments.
I would only differ from Norman in endorsing challenger Barbara Carlson over incumbent Pete Olson in my new US Rep. District 22. For the new State Rep District 26, I will vote for Rick Miller.
And for Texas Supreme Court, I will vote for Don Willett in Place 2 and David Medina in Place 4.
For those of the TEXASGOPVote family that lives in Texas, Ted Cruz would be my choice. As a solicitor general of Texas, he played a privotal role in keeping the word "God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, defended the right of individuals to bear arms, and held off attempts by the International Court of Justice to interfere with Texas legal system.
In Montgomery County, virtually all elected positions are determined in the Republican primary. As we did with the Township, Texas Patriots PAC did an extensive review of candidates running in the Texas primary and have selected candidates in each race for support. Click HERE to read why we support that candidate. Candidates were selected based on how well they matched our endorsement criteria. Watch this video to learn more about this process. Read more »
Dear Fellow Voters,
Early Voting has begun in Texas and will run through May 25, with Primary Day being May 29. We have a responsibility to be informed voters and choose the candidate who will best represent our values and interests. From following the 34th Congressional District Race, I have become increasingly weary of candidate Jessica Puente-Bradshaw, who campaigns as the "real conservative" but is up to her neck in DEBT and is beholden to special interests outside of our state. As a concerned citizen, I took the time to "follow the money" and found some interesting, yet disturbing, facts. Read more »
TexasGOPVote Blogger Endorsements: The Export-Import Bank: A Lesson on Why We are Broke and Need to Clean House in Congress
Last week, in a little publicized vote, the U.S. House defied financial common sense, the clear will of the people to stop crony capitalism (which is not capitalism), and even the conservative Wall Street Journal. The House voted 330-93 to reauthorize and expand the Export-Import Bank, often known as the “Ex-Im” Bank. 100% of the Democrats (183) voted with over half of the GOP (147) for this distortion of free enterprise. Ninety-three courageous GOP members rightly voted “no”. Zero democrat members voted “no”.
So just what is the Ex-Im Bank? It is yet another sad example of “pork barrel” politics in Washington,
U.S. Senate - Ted Cruz
TexasGOPVote Blogger Endorsements: Re-elect JAMES WHITE for State Rep - DON'T Vote Mike Hamilton, He LIED to us!
Dear Lumberton TX, Hardin County, Polk County, Tyler County, Jasper County, Newton County – HD 19:
Vote NOW to Re-Elect State Rep. James White Please DON'T Re-elect Mike Hamilton He LIED to us!
Early Vote NOW May 14th - 25th – Texas Republican Primary Election 2012
Early Voting Locations in Hardin County and Lumberton: **Hardin County Courthouse - 300 Monroe, Kountze May 14-25 (includes Saturday and Sunday) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. **Lumberton City Hall - 836 N. Main, Lumberton, May 16-17, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for election locations in other cities and counties