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2010 Elections - House/Senate Analysis

Well, it’s about time! The American people have spoken and we resoundingly rejected President Obama’s agenda! I’ve heard liberal pundits say that November 2, 2010 wasn’t a referendum on Obama’s liberal policies and that it was more of just a referendum on Nancy Pelosi. Well this is true to an extent as the reality is that for the past two years, now former (Thank goodness!) Speaker Pelosi was an effective leader who was able to push through her liberal agenda.   Read more »

at Nov 6, 2010 10:22 AM
       

We Remembered in November

Throughout the past two years, we spoke. Tuesday, the electorate listened.

The efforts of conservatives, whether they belonged to the Republican Party, the Tea Party or were simply disgruntled independents, did not go unnoticed this year. Every rally, every Tea Party, every plea for help combating an increasingly socialist government was worth the grueling work. We showed Obama and his cronies

at Nov 4, 2010 3:43 PM
       

2010 Elections - Quick Thoughts

Here are some quick thoughts that popped in my mind on the recent elections. Yes, the GOP did well overall and yes, the GOP missed opportunities in Colorado and Nevada. Yes, we have heard the Monday morning quarterbacks lament our weak candidates in states like Nevada and Delaware.   Read more »

at Nov 4, 2010 2:01 PM
       

Republicans Sweep Texas!

On election night, Texas saw three liberal congressmen defeated by their more mainstream (by Texas standards) opponents! Obviously this overshadowed the major gains in the Texas House of Representatives which were far more impressive.   Read more »

at Nov 4, 2010 11:10 AM
       

Sarah Davis Pulls Stunning Upset Liberal Rep. Ellen Cohen in District 134 Race

State Rep Elect Sarah Davis at Campaign HQIn a race that caught most people by surprise (except those who had been reading TexasGOPVote) first time candidate Sarah Davis defeated liberal Texas Representative Ellen Cohen for the District 134 seat by a mere 725 votes!   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 5:08 PM
       

Election 2010–Judgment Day

Yes we hope!

Change we can!

Blah blah blah!

Smoke a bowl!

Sorry, I was just doing my impersonation of young California voters, the only ones not taking part in the 2010 election in a rational sensible manner.   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 4:53 PM
       

Results for Congressional District 18 between Sheila Jackson Lee and John Faulk

Results for the 18th Congressional District of the Texas General Election between Democratic incumbent Sheila Jackson Lee and Republican John Faulk:

Candidate Percentage
Sheila Jackson Lee (Democrat incumbent)       
 70%
John Faulk (Republican)  27%


Precincts reporting: 100%   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 10:04 AM
       

Results for Congressional District 29 between Gene Green and Roy Morales

Results for the 29th Congressional District of the Texas General Election between Democratic incumbent Gene Green and Republican Roy Morales:

Candidate Percentage
Gene Green (Democrat incumbent)       
 65%
Roy Morales (Republican)  34%


Precincts reporting: 100%   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 10:02 AM
       

Results for Congressional District 27 between Solomon Ortiz and Blake Farenthold

Results for the 27th Congressional District of the Texas General Election between Democratic incumbent Solomon Ortiz and Republican Blake Farenthold:

Candidate Percentage
Solomon Ortiz (Democrat incumbent)       
 47.10%
Blake Farenthold (Republican)  47.85%


Precincts reporting: 100%   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 1:01 AM
       

Results for Congressional District 30 between Eddie Bernice Johnson and Stephen Broden

Results for the 30th Congressional District of Texas General Election between Democratic incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson and Stephen Broden are:   Read more »

at Nov 2, 2010 10:19 PM
       

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