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34th Congressional District of Texas
This week, CD-34 Run-off CandidateAdela Garza's campaign was hit from her opponent, Jessica Puente Bradshaw Robinson (JPBR) (or whatever her name is) with an email blast packed with lies about Garza's positions on the Second Amendment. Apparently, JPBR is trying to make political capital out of the massacre in Aurora, Colorado and scare people into believing Garza is somehow anti-gun. Read more »
Who would have thought, but South Texas actually has an interesting race on the Republican side for Congress! Of course we are still in the middle of a runoff, but now that we are getting close to November we must look at our candidates and decide who is the conservative that can actually win. Congressional District 34 is probably the most competitive seat in Texas,
South Texas Politics - Jessica Puente Bradshaw Robinson, et al... Is Her Name Even Valid on the CD34 Ballot?
Democrats could easily challenge her eligibility to be on the ballot - AND WIN!
Trust is an important thing for our elected officials to earn. It doesn't take much to destroy that trust. Remember when Bill Clinton was asked about a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinski? His answer included, "It depends on what your meaning of 'is' is..."
We currently have a Congress that is at a low point of public approval because of members believing the law does not apply to them.
South Texas Politics - Former Bee County GOP Chair Robert Bridge Talks With CD 34 Candidate Adela Garza
During my trip through South Texas this month to talk about the changing political scene, a couple of issues rose to the top. The first being energy. Energy is HUGE in this region of Texas. The entire economic engine has been completely restarted as a result of the success of the Eagle Ford Shale Project. This can be easily illustrated by looking at the price of the motel we stayed in during our night in Beeville. The small independent roadside motel that would normally rent for $50-60 per night is suddenly renting for $140-160 per night, if you can even get a room. 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 »
This court will come to order. There is an old activist movie called “Billy Jack” that is remembered for only one line in it. “When policemen break the law, there is no law.”
Well, today I want to talk to you about a more serious offense and a more serious issue called Prosecutorial Misconduct.
The South Texas Politics series continues with another interview with Adela Garza, candidate for the newly formed Congressional District 34. In a prior interview with Garza and State Rep. Jose Aliseda, we discussed the issues and constituent makeup of CD-34. Today, we will drill down a little deeper with Garza on a few specific issues: Border Security, Life along the Border, Better Representation for the Entire District and Early Voting. Read more »
Adela Garza is a longtime resident of the Rio Grande Valley and a true servant to her community.
Having served on various school and community boards on a volunteer basis, it is clear she understands the uniqueness of the South Texas culture and has the experience and knowledge to represent our district in Washington. As a small business owner, she knows how to balance a budget and make tough cuts to spending. Read more »
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – The Adela Garza Campaign is please to announce our newest endorsement from Texas Alliance for Life, Inc.
“Our decision to support your campaign was based on your support for pro-life issues that are a priority for Texas Alliance for Life, such as: