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TexasGOPVote Blogger Endorsements: Ten Reasons Why I Support Allen Weh for United States Senate

Dear friends,

Please excuse this rare, personal pitch for another candidate.

As you all know, the United States Senate is vital to maintaining the integrity and sovereignty of the United States of America. Barack Obama’s agenda is one that is inconsistent with the values of conservatives like you and me.

This year we conservatives have a real good chance at picking up several Senate seats. The chances are so great that the other party is worried, real worried. Thus, I think the question really becomes,

at Aug 21, 2014 3:49 PM

Gubernatorial Nominee Greg Abbott at Cordillera Ranch

Cordillera Ranch was the scene for a fundraiser for Republican gubernatorial nominee Greg Abbott on August 12th. Abbott spoke to a room full of supporters eager to hear his message. His speech was short and to the point. He needs our support if we want to continue to have the success that Texas has and is enjoying. He reminded us that Texas is #1 in job creation, in energy production, in farms, and when he is elected, he will work to make Texas #1 in education. He reiterated that Obama has abandoned securing our border and that Texas will do what the federal government has failed to do…secure the border.   Read more »

at Aug 20, 2014 10:13 AM

Statewide Phone Bank This Saturday!

If you want to help the RPT reach out to voters before mail in ballots are sent out next month but don't want to face the summer heat, join in this Saturday for a statewide phone bank in one of the air conditioned Victory offices located around the state! See below for more details:

Super Saturday Phone Bank on Saturday, August 16 beginning at 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM.   Read more »

at Aug 14, 2014 7:17 AM

Bruce Braley is Just Another Democrat Bully

Bruce Braley's chicken dispute is demonstrating how Democrats view their fellow citizens and to what extent they will go to in order to remind others that they are the ruling class. In a recent episode dealing with his neighbor's wandering chickens, Braley showed a heavily leaded political touch that could end his political career in Iowa.

The congressman was the heavy favorite to keep the Iowa seat Democratic before a tape surfaced showing him at a fundraising event badmouthing his fellow Republican Senator,

at Aug 11, 2014 11:39 AM

Creighton Sails To Landslide Victory In SD4 State Senate Race

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — State Representative, now Senator-Elect, Brandon Creighton sailed to a 2:1 victory in the SD4 State Senate Special Election Runoff. With the solid victory behind him, Creighton will take the office shortly and become the newest member of the Texas Senate. The district represents Texas citizens in the counties of Chambers, Galveston, Harris, Jefferson and Montgomery.   Read more »

at Aug 8, 2014 1:53 PM

Politico Piles On Davis Campaign Woes

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis’ campaign failures appear to be obvious to everyone but Wendy Davis. Even left of center media outlets like Politico are reporting her fall from Democrat rock star to political failure.

“She’s down in the polls by double digits,” Politico’s Katie Glueck reported. “And national Democrats have all but written off her race.” While they tried to couch their comments in the kindest possible

at Jun 27, 2014 4:57 PM

Sid Miller talks Immigration at GOP State Convention

Former State Rep. Sid Miller, candidate for Texas Agriculture Commissioner, stopped by the GOP Impact booth at the 2014 GOP Convention. He responded to questions relating to immigration and shared his vision for a plan that he would support, which includes securing the border and implementing a guest worker program. He also discussed the importance of reaching out to the Hispanic community and embracing them into the Repubican Party.   Read more »

at Jun 9, 2014 10:51 AM

State Senator Bob Deuell, MD Decides Against Recount After Close Republican Primary Runoff Election

Greenville, Texas, Friday, June 30, 2014— There will be no recount in the hard-fought Republican Primary runoff for State Senate District 2. On Friday morning, incumbent State Senator Bob Deuell called his opponent, Bob Hall of Edgewood, and congratulated him. The runoff contest was the closest state election in Texas with Hall winning at 50.4% and a 300 vote margin.

"After carefully studying the 36,000 ballots cast across the nine counties of our district, we concluded the election was well conducted and there is no need for a recount," said Deuell.   Read more »

at May 30, 2014 3:22 PM

RPT Chairman Steve Munisteri Congratulates Republican Primary Run-off Winners

RPT Chairman Steve Munisteri released the following statement pertaining to the runoff election:

I wish to congratulate all our nominees:

Lieutenant Governor nominee Dan Patrick
Attorney General nominee Ken Paxton
Agriculture Commissioner nominee Sid Miller
Railroad Commissioner nominee Ryan Sitton
U. S. Representative District 4 nominee John Ratcliffe

at May 28, 2014 11:20 AM

2014 Republican Primary Runoff Results

Click here to watch the results come in as Texas Republican Primary voters head to the polls Tuesday, May 27th. There will be some hotly contested races all the way from the district level to the state level. Which candidates are you rooting for?   Read more »

at May 27, 2014 9:16 PM


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