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Texas Elections 2014
In Texas political races all over the state, candidates are being grilled about what they think of sweeping education reforms passed by the legislature last year. While there is pretty much universal agreement that the big reductions in standardized testing were a positive step, there is controversy about changes to graduation requirements that create multiple paths to a high school diploma. The idea, essentially, is that not all kids will go to college so the state will now promote both college readiness as well as career readiness. Read more »
In a poll released today regarding the race for Texas Railroad Commission, Ryan Sitton's campaign gained 4.25% from last week's poll. This week's poll shows Sitton at 17%. This week's poll of Republican Primary voters was conducted by Mike Baselice founder of the highly regarded firm Baselice & Associates.
Former State Rep. Wayne Christian and SREC Committeewoman Becky Berger are in a close race for second with 13% and 12%, respectively while Malachi Boyuls trails heavily at 4%.
As is usual, in the race for Texas Railroad Commission, a full 56% of Republican Primary voters polled are still undecided, but that percentage is down nearly 10% from last week. Read more »
Conservative activist Adryana Boyne is running for Texas House District 102. Her passion and her drive make her uniquely qualified to represent the voters of the district. She is a naturalized American citizen and I can tell you from knowing her, she loves being an American and a Texan! Her zeal to have every immigrant love America as she does radiates when she speaks about the issues she cares about: Pro Life and conservative values. Read more »
Texas State Senator Glenn Hegar announced this morning in a press release, the endorsement of his campaign for Texas Comptroller by the National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF). "Sen. Hegar is committed to protecting our Second Amendment freedoms," said Chris W. Cox, chairman of NRA-PVF. Sen. Hegar has long been recongnized as a powerful supporter of Second Amendment rights and was the author of the Campus Carry Bill in this most recent legislative session. Read more »
The Texas Attorney General is the top lawyer in Texas. He defends the state, our laws, our Constitution, and the people. He also prosecutes those who break the laws. With Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott running for Governor, we have a chance to elect a new Texas Attorney General. We need to elect a Texas Attorney General who stands firm on conservative values and who will also be an effective defender and prosecutor.
We already know that Texas Attorney General candidate Barry Smitherman has the conservative values. I have written many articles about what Smitherman believes.
Kathleen McKinley, a blogger for the Houston Chronicle better known as TexasSparkle, said in an interview with Texas Railroad Commission Candidate Ryan Sitton, "I got this thing for engineers. Why? Because they are the smartest people I know." Having come to know Ryan Sitton over the past few months, I don't think I could disagree with her, especially as it relates to him.
It is apparent she really does like engineers. She married one! She said she tried to talk him into running for office, to no avail, but now she has found an engineer who is willing to do just that - Ryan Sitton. Read more »
Wendy Davis, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Texas, is a Republican consultant's dream. If the woman isn’t getting her life story wrong, she is telling the world that her paraplegic opponent needs to walk a mile in her shoe.
Wendy Davis is the poster politician for liberalism, and sometimes I wonder if the left truly gets the joke that is Wendy Davis. Consider her lifestyle. We are left with the impression that Ms. Davis rose from living in a trailer park to working her way through Harvard Law School all while raising her daughter. Read more »
Texas Conservative Review Finds Barry Smitherman Most Qualified to Succeed Greg Abbott as Texas’ Top Lawyer
Texas Conservative Review has endorsed Barry Smitherman for Texas Attorney General to succeed Greg Abbott who is running for Governor. Smitherman is currently Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission and the former Chairman of the Public Utility Commission.
We at TCR believe that the best candidate to fill Greg Abbott’s shoes as our next Attorney General is Barry Smitherman, who has the perfect combination of legal, executive and leadership experience that the job requires. The highlights of Barry Smitherman’s distinguished career include leadership experience as Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission and Chairman of the Public Utility Commission where he applied skills that he
Glenn Hegar for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts seems to have all the momentum in the race right now. The Texas Comptroller is one of the few, statewide elected officials. It is not a glamorous position, but it is a very powerful and important position.
The race for Texas Comptroller will not end on the March 4th, 2014 Republican Primary Election Day. The Comptroller’s race will likely go to a runoff along with the Texas Attorney General, LT Governor, and Railroad Commissioner races.
Glenn Hegar is certainly beginning to stand out among the crowd in his race.
Remember the heroine of Planned Parenthood, Wendy Davis? Of the pink tennis-shoed, Texas filibustered, right to kill late-term babies fame?
We now know that wannabe Texas governor Wendy Davis essentially MADE UP her life story about being a single mom and putting herself through Harvard.
Breitbart reported Wendy’s skewed “Facts.”
So let’s take a look-see: Read more »