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Texas Primary Election Wrap-Up

Here is a message of “Hope” to my fellow Republicans who also lost their primary race on Tuesday.

To all of my fellow Republican candidates who came up short on Election night, please let me add my words of encouragement to those that already have been given to you. I know that many people have already provided many sound words of advice including Scriptures from the Bible to brighten your outlook.   Read more »

at Mar 7, 2014 2:47 PM
       

MSNBC Attacks Greg Abbott: "It’s hard to turn a guy in a wheelchair into a villain"

In a shocking display of cruelty, MSNBC’s Zachary Roth attacked Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott in an article under the headline: "No One Pushes Greg Abbott Around." Abbott, who is in a wheelchair, is the Republican gubernatorial candidate running against Wendy Davis.

MSNBC’s Roth goes on to write, “Put simpler: It’s hard to turn a guy in a wheelchair into a villain—no matter his record.”   Read more »

at Mar 5, 2014 11:44 AM
       

Top Election Results for Texas Republican Primary 2014

Below down is a quick summary of the top results from the top races in Texas. In the races with more than two candidates, if one of the candidates did not get over 50% of the vote then there will be a runoff election with the top two vote getters.   Read more »

at Mar 5, 2014 10:21 AM
       

2014 Republican Party Primary Election Results

Click here to watch the results come in as Texas Republican Primary voters head to the polls Tuesday, March 4th. There will be some hotly contested races all the way from the district level to the state level. Which candidates are you rooting for?

Click here for Run-off election results.

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at Mar 4, 2014 3:36 PM
       

2014 Primary Voting Locations

For many candidates in the 2014 Joint Primary today marks the end of a very long road. From a hotly challenges U.S. Senate race to the local party chair at the bottom of the ballot, many candidates’ journeys will come to an end and the victors will start anew towards a general challenger in November—with exception to those subject to Texas’ new 11 week runoff election scheduled for May 27th.   Read more »

at Mar 4, 2014 2:08 PM
       

Who is Missing From These Pictures? – Stunning No-Show at the HCRP

There was a remarkable event Monday morning at the headquarters of the Harris County Republican Party. It was a packed standing room only crowd expressing unity at a Republican press conference with a wide swath of Texans, not just Houstonians, in attendance. Several notable politicians were there taking time out of their busy day- before-the-election schedule to be there. There was a stunning no-show as well. 

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at Mar 4, 2014 9:30 AM
       

Glenn Hegar for Comptroller Walks the Walk – Passed Massive Tax Cuts

Many people have wondered how I came to the conclusion to personally support Senator Glenn Hegar for Texas Comptroller of Public accounts over the other candidates. The answer is simple. I have seen Glenn Hegar walk the walk and not just talk the talk. In the 2013 Texas legislative session, Senator Glenn Hegar pushed through a massive franchise tax relief bill that cut taxes on businesses by hundreds of millions of dollars. Interestingly enough, the bill was introduced in the Texas House by Hilderbran, who is also running for Texas Comptroller.   Read more »

at Mar 3, 2014 7:43 PM
       

The Re-election of Rob Eissler, The Real Bruce Tough

On the night of May 30th 2012, the voters of Texas House District 15 removed Rob Eissler from office by the overwhelming margin of 57% to 43%. One of the major reasons for his defeat was because he and ten other fellow Republican House members joined with 65 Democrats to replace the Conservative Republican Speaker with the Liberal Republican, Joe Straus. At that point Mr. Straus became the puppet of Democrat

at Mar 3, 2014 3:02 PM
       

Is the Harris County GOP Low Hanging Fruit for the Democrats?

So, clearly I have a dog in the fight for the Harris County GOP Chairman's race. Every Republican voter in Harris County should have a dog in the fight for this race; it is ground zero for the future of the nation, I kid you not. Jared Woodfill, the current county chairmen and his loyal followers, (based on the fear that Jared will lose his bid for re-election) have laid claim to the moral future of Harris County.   Read more »

at Mar 3, 2014 12:24 PM
       

Ryan Sitton Discusses Immigration Accountability

In a recent campaign ad, Ryan Sitton, a small businessman, oil and gas engineer, and conservative candidate for Texas Railroad Commissioner, discusses the need to fix our broken immigration system. Being responsible for 300 employees at his company, Sitton uses a rigorous employment

at Mar 3, 2014 11:11 AM
       

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