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2014 Texas Republican Primary
In a recent campaign ad, Ryan Sitton, a small businessman, oil and gas engineer, and conservative candidate for Texas Railroad Commissioner, discusses the need to fix our broken immigration system. Being responsible for 300 employees at his company, Sitton uses a rigorous employment
The following is a press release from Sylvia Guzman, Founder of Amigos de Patriots, as well as the many conservative leaders listed below:
Dallas, Texas — This past Thursday, February 27th, a political mailer from one of the four (4) candidates for State Representative for Texas House District 102, Linda Koop, was delivered to thousands of voters in District 102 that was disturbing on multiple levels. On one side of this mail piece was a picture of a margarita machine with a sombrero on top with maracas and a margarita glass lying in front.
Wimberly, Texas, the quaint, seemingly quiet town was the venue for one of the SD25 forums held on February 5, 2014. Contrary to what you may have heard, Senator Donna Campbell defended her positions on the Toll Roads, Pro Life, Budget, Transportation and the Municipal Utility District (MUD) with knowledge and assertiveness against the accusations and allegations of Mike Novak and Elisa Chan.
Last week in the Early Voting parking lot of the South County Community Center, Texas Patriots PAC volunteers began to see Bruce Tough’s supporters handing out the “Official Montgomery County GOP PAC Sample Ballot” (MCGP) as a means of countering the Voter’s Guide being distributed by Texas Patriots PAC (TPP). The name and images
Allowing Texas Legislators to Subsidize Risk Unfairly Asks ALL Texans to Pay for Someone Else's Risk & Causes the Amount of Risk to Increase
With regards to this article in The Blaze, Capt. Brown certainly deserves the honor and respect of ALL Texans. But just because he is a remarkable soldier and has borne the ravages of battle on his body, his sacrifice DOES NOT make his opinions sacrosanct!
In reference to Brown's comments to the Realtors that he was in favor of the State of Texas subsidizing wind damage insurance for those who choose to live on the Texas Coast: Read more »
Update: David Bellow has been endorsed by many conservative organizations and people such as Judge Paul Pressler, Pro Life Nation, American Gun Rights, Texas Home School Coalition, and many more!
Hardin County, Texas needs a new face instead of the insider tax and spend group currently in control. Hardin County needs someone who is not afraid to say no to tax increases. Hardin County needs a Strong Christian, conservative leader. This is why I, David Bellow, am running for Hardin County Judge. My opponent, Wayne McDaniel Jr., is a lifelong Democrat. He ran on the same ticket with Obama and Hillary in his most recent election. He recently switched over to Republican, along with all of the other county officials. Worst of all, in response to my campaign against tax increases, my opponent says he cannot say he will not raise taxes. The same Democrat, good old boy mentality is still here, even though everyone is Republican now. Read more »
Adryana Boyne’s primary race in Texas State House District 102 has drawn national and statewide attention. She will be the second Hispanic Republican woman to serve in the Texas State House. She has a long history of political activism in Texas and nationally, including experience in articulating, lobbying for and defending conservative values and policies, in Spanish and in English.
Texas will be majority Hispanic by the year 2020. The GOP has a pressing need to find bilingual spokespersons who can help Americans of every background and language understand that our GOP values are the values many Hispanics and other Americans already embrace. Being bilingual,
Wayne Christian Authored 5 Legislative Bills that Would Increase Regulations and Provide Solyndra-like Subsidies for Renewable Energy
During his time as Texas State Representative, Wayne Christian, now a Republican candidate for the Texas Railroad Commission, authored five legislative bills that would put increased regulations on Texas oil and gas companies.
With Texas' strong energy industry generating crucial jobs and tax revenue for Texans, one would think a candidate for our state's oil and gas regulatory board should have experience in supporting the oil
As the National Chairman of the Latino National Republican Coalition and Former Deputy Director of Coalitions for the RNC, I have had the honor to work alongside Adryana Boyne on many critical national issues and growing the Republican Party though inclusion of all communities. Read more »
Election Day is March 4th, 2014. You can vote early until February 28th, 2014.
Below are the propositions that you will be voting on when you vote in the 2014 Texas Republican Primary Election:
March 4, 2014 Republican Primary Ballot Propositions
Texans should be free to express their religious beliefs, including prayer, in public places. YES / NO
SECOND AMENDMENT Read more »