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Extensive Polling Data Released On 2014 Texas Governor’s Race & Other Statewide Elections

Austin, Texas — The 25th annual Texas Interested Citizens survey (organized by The Eppstein Group) conducted 1,200 live telephone interviews of general election voters who participated in either the 2010 or 2012 general elections. The survey has a +2.9% margin of error at a 95% level of confidence.   Read more »

at Sep 18, 2014 1:32 PM
       

Susan Narvaiz and her courage to fight the good fight!

It’s been a few years since I met Susan Narvaiz. Since that time I have been totally impressed with her courage and undaunted enthusiasm to try and take Liberal and Texas education enemy Lloyd Doggett down. This is her 2nd attempt to win the Congressional District 35 seat and she is stronger than ever. Her conservative values are in direct opposite of Doggett’s liberal values.

at Sep 9, 2014 2:24 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
       

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
       

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
       

Allegations of coverup, deception regarding Sen. Dan Patrick’s mental health

The following article was authored by David Jennings and originally posted on BigJollyPolitics.com.

After publishing Judge Bill Henderson’s speech at the Downtown Houston Pachyderm Club on the release of Sen. Dan Patrick’s mental illness records, I received an email from a Dr. Gary Brock asking to meet with me to discuss the fact that in my haste to chasten Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and Jerry Patterson for “gutter politics”, I was missing the real story – that Dan was lying

at May 27, 2014 4:39 PM
       

Dannie Scott Goeb v. Harasim/Houston Post Public Docs Release & CHL Application Falsification

Editor's Note: Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson takes a closer look at Senator Dan Patrick's released medical records and the conflict that surrounds it.

1. Paul Harasim’s public documents from the Goeb/Patrick v. Houston Post/Paul Harasim trial were never “leaked”. Harasim’s documents have been in the public domain for 25 years. They were released by Paul Harasim’s attorney on May 15, emailed to me, and I emailed them to the press.

According to legal counsel, “When plaintiffs ask for mental anguish

at May 27, 2014 3:34 PM
       

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
       

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