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DFW radio stations stop airing "defamatory" ads from Texas Right to Life in Deuell race

The following article originally appeared on The Quorum Report and was republished with permission.

The brawl for Sen. Bob Deuell’s seat in East Texas is getting nastier by the minute, it seems, with Tea Party leaders accusing the incumbent of misleading the media and Deuell’s attorneys convincing radio stations in the Metroplex to stop airing what they called “defamatory" advertisements paid for by Texas Right to Life. "They took ‘em down and the lawyers are talking," Deuell said on Thursday afternoon. “Hopefully they’ll keep those ads off the radio because they were just egregious,” he said.

at May 19, 2014 5:05 PM
       

Get Out and Vote Early Starting Today!

RPT - Early voting for the May 27th runoff election is here! Early voting only lasts five days so don't miss your opportunity to cast your vote early before polls close on Friday, May 23rd.   Read more »

at May 19, 2014 11:42 AM
       

Rick Perry Endorses Sid Miller

Rick Perry announced his endorsement for Sid Miller in the race for Texas Agriculture Commissioner. Endorsements from Governor Perry have been very rare during the 2014 Republican Primary season. During the Primary Election, Perry only endorsed four incumbent judges, he had previously appointed, and one candidate for the Texas State House, Jake Ellzey, a close personal friend.   Read more »

at May 18, 2014 1:34 PM
       

Pro-Wendy Davis Group Exploits Cancer Deaths to Attack Abbott

Progress Texas, a pro-Wendy Davis group, published an ad and blog post that attempts to make the case that Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott was potentially responsible for the deaths of cancer patients. Progress Texas attempted to form linkage between Texas Attorney General Abbott’s appointment to the board of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) and the alleged mis-allocation of funds by CPRIT.   Read more »

at May 15, 2014 1:01 PM
       

Spotlight on HD 132 Runoff: Interview With Ann Hodge-Part 2

As you know, Republican State Representative Bill Callegari resigned his seat at the close of the last legislative session; you know the one with a record three special sessions? That left the opportunity for, well, anybody and everybody to throw their name into the ring to take his place. Four candidates emerged and after the primary held in March, we are down to two. The runoff election is around the corner

at May 12, 2014 10:35 AM
       

Senate District 4 Special Election Day is Here! Letter from Candidate Gordy Bunch

The following is a letter from the Gordy Bunch campaign:

Dear Fellow Texan,

Election Day is today, May 10th for the Senate District 4 Special Election. Polls will be open from 7am to 7pm.

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at May 10, 2014 8:59 AM
       

Texas Senate District 4 Early Voting Ends Today - Only 2% Voter Turnout

Early voting for the Texas Senate District 4 seat formerly held by Sen. Tommy Williams ends today, and it is being reported by the Texas Secretary of State office that only 2% of Senate District 4 constituents have turned up to vote. 

Texas State Senate District 4 covers a large area of Southeast Texas from Beaumont and Port Arthur to The Woodlands and Conroe. If you live or know anyone that lives in this district, please tell them to vote in early voting today or Saturday, which is election day.    Read more »

at May 6, 2014 11:02 AM
       

Gordy Bunch Scores Grand Slam Of Media Endorsements For Senate

The following is a press release from the Gordy Bunch for Texas Senate campaign. 

The Woodlands, TX, May 4, 2014 – The major newspapers in Senate District 4 have all independently endorsed the candidacy of Gordy Bunch for the vacant seat in the Texas Senate. The “grand slam” group includes the Houston Chronicle, Beaumont Enterprise, Beaumont Examiner, and the Houston Community Newspaper chain, which is led by the daily Conroe Courier and includes The Woodlands Villager and Kingwood Observer.   Read more »

at May 4, 2014 4:06 PM
       

Poll Shows Ryan Sitton in Strong Position to Win Railroad Commissioner Runoff

Railroad Commissioner candidate Ryan Sitton's campaign recently released poll numbers showing him in a strong position to win the May 27th runoff election. The poll conducted in April 2014 by Baselice & Associates showed that both Sitton and Christian are relatively unknown and most voters are undecided, but when voters hear information about both candidates, Ryan Sitton surges ahead. (Key findings from the survey are listed below.)

What that means in this race is that resources are crucial. Whoever has the ability to raise their name ID and effectively deliver a message should win. The person who has demonstrated that ability in the past is Ryan Sitton.   Read more »

at May 2, 2014 1:58 PM
       

Spotlight on HD 132 Runoff: Interview With Ann Hodge

Last week, I was able to sit down with one of the candidates in the runoff for the House District 132 seat, Ann Hodge. Ann has been a resident of District 132 for a while now and her name is synonymous with the Katy Chamber, of which she has been the president since 1999. With the primary over and the runoff in full swing, it's like hitting the reset button on vetting candidates and trying to sway voters to support each respective candidate.

at May 1, 2014 10:13 AM
       

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