Voice of the Conservative Vote

Voice of the Conservative Vote

Every week, TexasGOPVote features a Voice of the Conservative Vote. Those recognized include citizens, bloggers, activists, authors, radio show hosts, members of ministry, thought leaders, legislators and others who exemplify principles of Republican exceptionalism. They demonstrate clear thinking, leadership, initiative, and values that are vital for the future of Texas and the United States. They are the Voice of the Conservative Vote.

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Voice of the Conservative Vote: JM Lozano

State Representative JM Lozano is running for re-election of Texas House District 43. 

JM Lozano is small businessman who has worked hard his entire life. He learned growing up here that everything had to be earned and that no one could guarantee your success in life. He worked his way through college and is teaching his young children this same work ethic and fiscally conservative philosophy, today.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Richard Morgan

Richard Morgan is running for U.S. Congressional District 21. As a software engineer who’s spent the last decade building interactive web applications, Morgan has a deep understanding of how computers and the internet work and feels that the technology community needs a voice in Congress before it’s too late.

The internet has been responsible for 15% of U.S. growth in GDP over the last five years, and Congress has been continually proposing legislation that would do irreparable damage to the internet. SOPA would have put an enormous burden on ISP’s as well as web hosting companies, it would have added extreme liability to technology

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Lord Christopher Monckton

Lord Monckton, businessman, newspaper editor, inventor, classical architect, trained orator and “high priest” of climate skepticism, prevented several government-level scientific frauds while serving as a Downing Street domestic and science policy advisor to Margaret Thatcher, saving British taxpayers billions. In 1986 he was the first to advise the Prime Minister that “global warming” caused by CO2 should be investigated.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Sid Miller

State Representative Sid Miller represents House District 59. He is a recognized as one of the state’s most dynamic and effective conservative leaders. In his sixth term in the Texas House of Representatives where he works to put his real world experience as a small businessman, community leader, agriculturist, former schoolteacher, and former school board member to work on behalf of the people of Texas, Sid Miller has emerged as the definitive pro-life, pro-family, pro-business, pro-jobs leader in the Texas Legislator.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: John Carter

U.S. Representative John R. Carter was elected in 2010 to his fifth term representing Texas' Thirty-First Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Since his first election in 2002, Congressman Carter has established himself as a leader in Congress who has the foresight and courage to author and support numerous pieces of legislation that would increase the protection of U.S. citizens and bring justice to those who threaten our freedom and way of life.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: David Medina

Justice David Medina is running for reelection to the Texas Supreme Court, Place 4. Justice Medina was born on Galveston Island and raised in Hitchcock, Texas. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Texas State University in 1980. Justice Medina is a two time State Collegiate Karate Champion. He was also a member of the Baseball Club and earned academic honors as a member of the Dean's List. While attending Texas State, Justice Medina was an underwater swimmer for Aquarena Springs where the famous "Ralph the Swimming Pig" performed.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Joe Pelati

Joe Pelati is from a small town in Central Illinois.  He went to graduate school at Indiana University (Ph.D. in Chemistry) where he also got married (Dr. Leslie May for 25 years) and landed his first job with Dow Chemical in Lake Jackson, Texas. After 13 years there, company transfers took me him Charleston, WV and Midland, MI for five years. He happily returned to Houston in 2006.

In 2009 after becoming frustrated with the continual government overspending and power grabs, Pelati became involved with the Tea Party Movement as part of

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Allen Fletcher

Representative Allen Fletcher serves the people of House District 130 in the Texas House of Representatives. Allen is the Vice Chair of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee and is the Chairman of the Law Enforcement Subcommittee. He is also the only representative in Harris County to serve on the House Transportation Committee.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: David Bellow

David Bellow is a SGT in the Army National Guard and a State Republican Executive Committeeman. He is one of 62 members who govern and manage the Republican Party of Texas.

He was born in Beaumont, TX and was raised, and currently lives, in Lumberton, Texas (Hardin County). Like most residents in east Texas, Bellow has had to endure watching the good old boy (Democrat controlled) county officials do nothing as public money has been wasted and as crime and fraud has occurred while the officials just watched.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: James White

Representative James White is honored and humbled to give back to the people of East Texas through his service to District 12. He is committed to ensuring the people of Angelina, San Jacinto, Trinity, and Tyler counties are well represented in their state legislature. James serves on the House Committee on County Affairs and the House Committee on Corrections. James is a passionate and effective advocate for the fundamental values of strong families, limited government, lower taxes, and economic development. He puts those values into practice as a member of the Republican Caucus, the Tea Party Caucus, the Legislative Black Caucus, the Rural Caucus, the Manufacturing Caucus, and the Texas Conservative Coalition.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Ralph Hall

Ralph M. Hall, representing the Fourth Congressional District in Texas, was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1980 and has been re-elected to each succeeding Congress. Congressman Hall was selected as Chairman of the Committee on Science and Technology for the 112th Congress.

Texas Public Service
Between 1950 and 1962, Mr. Hall served as County Judge of Rockwall County, Texas. In 1958-1959, he served as President of the State Judges and Commissioners Association. He served in the Texas Senate from 1962 to 1972, where he served as President Pro Tempore in 1968-1969.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Louie Gohmert

Serving his fourth term in the United States House of Representatives, Congressman Louie Gohmert was first sworn in January 4, 2005. He proudly represents the First District of Texas which encompasses over 12 counties stretching nearly 120 miles down the state's eastern border.

During these trying economic times, Rep. Gohmert is developing innovative solutions to jumpstart our economy and offering practical alternatives to the government's bailout frenzy.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Dora Alcala

Dora G. Alcala is running for State Representative for Texas House District 74. Dora is the former Mayor of the City of Del Rio, Texas. She was sworn in May 9, 2000 and was the first woman elected Mayor in the history of Del Rio. She served three terms. In her previous career, she worked as a Management Consultant and motivational speaker for her company, Alcala & Associates, which she formed after her retirement. She served 37 years as a civilian for the Department of Defense, United States Air Force, and worked in the area of Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Education and Equal Employment Opportunity.

Voice of the Conservative Vote: Adela Garza

Adela Garza is running for the GOP nomination for Congressional District 34. 

Adela Garza is currently the elected official for the Texas Southmost College Board of Trustees where she has led efforts to keep a strong community college system in Cameron County. A local businesswoman with a passion for education and public service.

A former school board member and Irrigation District Board member, Adela has served on numerous civic boards including the Texas Council of Community,

Voice of the Conservative Vote: The Internet

The Internet is a global network of interconnected computers and servers used by billions of people from around the world. Consisting of trillions of web pages, it is an incomparable repository of the sum of human knowledge. It also serves as an essential communication tool, an unmatched way to collaborate with your fellow man, and is an integral part of daily life. Without the Internet, the face of the world today would be very different.

Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Sylvia Guzman

Out of a profound concern for the future generations of Americans in October 2010 small business owner and activist, Sylvia Guzman, founded Amigos de Patriots, a conservative Hispanic/Latino 501c4 organization. America is a nation built on a deep and abiding respect for Judeo- Christian morals, family values and for those who are willing to strive for opportunities to succeed. She believes that the human values that the Republican Party reflects fall more in line with the Hispanic/Latino community, culture and upbringing.

Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Bob Price

Bob Price is a political analyst and commentator for TexasGOPVote.com. He began writing about issues related to border security and illegal immigration but has since expanded to cover stories of local, state and national interest from a Conservative Texas Perspective. He also volunteers with US Border Watch, a civilian volunteer border security organization, as Communications Director.

Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Aaron Peña

Representative Aaron Peña is currently serving his fourth term in the Texas House of Representatives, and represents District 40 in Hidalgo County, Texas. He presently serves on three house committees: Vice Chairman of Elections; Ways and Means; and Redistricting.

Born in Austin on June 8th, 1959, Peña spent the first few years of his life in a home on the banks of Waller Creek (near what is currently Centennial Park), two blocks from the Capitol. His parents moved from Edinburg to Austin so that his father could attend The University of Texas Law School.

Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Penna Dexter

Penna Dexter is a radio commentator and columnist for various Christian conservative outlets. She co-hosts Point of View Radio Talk Show, the program begun 38 years ago by the late Marlin Maddoux. Her weekly commentaries air on the Moody Broadcasting Network and the Bott Radio Network. Penna’s columns appear at Baptist Press and the Christian Post blog page.

Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Dianne Edmondson

Dianne Edmondson is the current Chairman of Denton County Republican Party and is seeking reelection.

Republican Leadership:

  • Exec. Director of the Republican National Coalition for Life, founded by Phyllis Schlafly, which for the last two decades has ensured that the Republican Party remains the Party of Life. The coalition endorses and sometimes help fund strong pro-life candidates for U.S. Senate and House.
  • Dynamic leadership since 2002 as DRP chairman
  • National GOP Convention George W. Bush Delegate - 2000
  • DCRP Outstanding Volunteer 1999 President - Denton County Council of GOP Organizations



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