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Disgraced Judge Denise Pratt Quits Race – Alicia Franklin is Only Republican Choice in Harris County 311th

The 2014 Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election is confusing enough as it is. Harris County has taken things up a notch on the confusing level. Alicia Franklin is the only person running in the Republican Primary Runoff race for Family Court Judge of the 311th District Court. Even though Alicia Franklin is the only person in the race for this seat, she is not the only person on the ballot.

at May 22, 2014 9:57 AM
       

Red Sonja’s Endorsements For Judicial Races (Bexar County) Run Off Election May 27, 2014

The Judicial elections are of the utmost importance, especially at a time when so many judges are being activists from the bench. The decisions from the bench directly impact the lives of local residents. It’s a shame that so little is known about the judicial positions. I have done research on the candidates and believe that the best Republican nominees for judge are Crystal Chandler for County Court at Law #13 and Susan Skinner for County Court at Law #14. Lorina Rummel in the 144th District Court race is the candidate for whom you should cast your vote.   Read more »

at May 21, 2014 5:28 PM
       

Standing with Our Texas Patriots Rally Thursday in The Woodlands

On Thursday, May 22, 2014, at 8:30 a.m., the Texas Patriots PAC calls all Patriots to rally in support of our TPP statewide and Montgomery County candidates. The rally will be held at Town Green Park in The Woodlands. The Texas Patriots PAC is a non-partisan Tea Party organization dedicated to the election of candidates who share our core values of constitutionally limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility.

The one-hour program will include the following candidates: Dan Patrick (Lt. Governor), Ken Paxton (Attorney General), Wayne Christian (Railroad Commissioner), Ted Seago (HD-16), Mark Bosma (Montgomery County Judge), Lt. Col. Rob Harmon

at May 21, 2014 3:04 PM
       

Spotlight on HD 132: Interview with Michael Schofield

As long as I've been of age to vote, I took my choices seriously and did the research that was needed to help select the best and most qualified candidate. Pffffft! If you believe that, then I've got some oceanfront property in Arizona to sell. I hate to admit it, but it hasn't been until recently that I have been doing any sort of research or homework on candidates.

Since I've entered a more mature and responsible phase of my life, ahem, I do actually think about who would be the best candidate for the job, and if you've been reading any of my posts recently, you'll know that I'm referring to one race in particular: the race for Texas House District 132.

at May 21, 2014 11:00 AM
       

DFW radio stations stop airing "defamatory" ads from Texas Right to Life in Deuell race

The following article originally appeared on The Quorum Report and was republished with permission.

The brawl for Sen. Bob Deuell’s seat in East Texas is getting nastier by the minute, it seems, with Tea Party leaders accusing the incumbent of misleading the media and Deuell’s attorneys convincing radio stations in the Metroplex to stop airing what they called “defamatory" advertisements paid for by Texas Right to Life. "They took ‘em down and the lawyers are talking," Deuell said on Thursday afternoon. “Hopefully they’ll keep those ads off the radio because they were just egregious,” he said.

at May 19, 2014 5:05 PM
       

Get Out and Vote Early Starting Today!

RPT - Early voting for the May 27th runoff election is here! Early voting only lasts five days so don't miss your opportunity to cast your vote early before polls close on Friday, May 23rd.   Read more »

at May 19, 2014 11:42 AM
       

Rick Perry Endorses Sid Miller

Rick Perry announced his endorsement for Sid Miller in the race for Texas Agriculture Commissioner. Endorsements from Governor Perry have been very rare during the 2014 Republican Primary season. During the Primary Election, Perry only endorsed four incumbent judges, he had previously appointed, and one candidate for the Texas State House, Jake Ellzey, a close personal friend.   Read more »

at May 18, 2014 1:34 PM
       

Pro-Wendy Davis Group Exploits Cancer Deaths to Attack Abbott

Progress Texas, a pro-Wendy Davis group, published an ad and blog post that attempts to make the case that Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott was potentially responsible for the deaths of cancer patients. Progress Texas attempted to form linkage between Texas Attorney General Abbott’s appointment to the board of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) and the alleged mis-allocation of funds by CPRIT.   Read more »

at May 15, 2014 1:01 PM
       

Spotlight on HD 132 Runoff: Interview With Ann Hodge-Part 2

As you know, Republican State Representative Bill Callegari resigned his seat at the close of the last legislative session; you know the one with a record three special sessions? That left the opportunity for, well, anybody and everybody to throw their name into the ring to take his place. Four candidates emerged and after the primary held in March, we are down to two. The runoff election is around the corner

at May 12, 2014 10:35 AM
       

Senate District 4 Special Election Day is Here! Letter from Candidate Gordy Bunch

The following is a letter from the Gordy Bunch campaign:

Dear Fellow Texan,

Election Day is today, May 10th for the Senate District 4 Special Election. Polls will be open from 7am to 7pm.

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at May 10, 2014 8:59 AM
       

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