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Houston City Elections - Michael Kubosh is the Clear Choice in At-Large #3 Race - Last Day for Early Voting

Today is the last day for early voting for the Houston City Council run-off election. If you don't vote today at any of the various early voting centers, you can vote Saturday at your precinct location. This election gives Republicans a real shot at reshaping the Houston City Council with a more conservative look. The election will decide the fate of three seats on city council. Also up for grabs on Saturday will be two seats on the Houston Community College Board. Let's turn City Council Red!

There is a clear choice in each of these run-off spots to build a more effective Houston City Council.

at Dec 11, 2013 9:43 AM
       

City of Houston Elections - Michael Kubosh Earns Houston Chronicle Endorsement

Michael Kubosh Earns Houston Chronicle EndorsementAs the run-off for Houston City Council, At-Large Position #3 race shifts into top gear, Michael Kubosh comes out of the gate fast with a key endorsement from the Houston Chronicle. Kubosh was the top vote earner in this month's general election but faces a run-off challenge from HCDOE Board Member Roy Morales (who wants you to know he is a Lt. Colonel, by the way...).

It is good to see the Chronicle has found its voice on this race. They couldn't be bothered to make a pick in the general election, but they got this one right in some ways and not right in others.   Read more »

at Nov 25, 2013 11:19 AM
       

Results for Congressional District 29 between Gene Green and Roy Morales

Results for the 29th Congressional District of the Texas General Election between Democratic incumbent Gene Green and Republican Roy Morales:

Candidate Percentage
Gene Green (Democrat incumbent)       
 65%
Roy Morales (Republican)  34%


Precincts reporting: 100%   Read more »

at Nov 3, 2010 10:02 AM
       

Texans Must Unseat the Remaining US Representatives Who Voted to support Partial Birth Abortion

I have talked to each one of the Republican candidates personally and I am very impressed and thankful for their willingness to go to Washington, DC and fight for us. I want to say thank you to each one of them for their commitment to Texas' and America’s values. God bless all of them!
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at Oct 30, 2010 3:02 PM
       

RNC Chairman Michael Steele visits Houston on Whirlwind “Fire Nancy Pelosi” Tour

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele visited the Harris County Republican Party Headquarters on Richmond Ave. last week as part of the Party’s “Need a Job? Fire Nancy Pelosi” tour.   Read more »

at Sep 29, 2010 12:08 PM
       

Roy Morales - Take Back America Campaign Kick-Off

Congressional Candidate Roy Morales will be holding his campaign kick-off breakfast this weekend - Saturday, June 5!

Morales is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Texas' 29th district against longtime Democratic incumbent Gene Green. Let's help Morales Take Back America!   Read more »

at Jun 2, 2010 3:10 PM
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Primary Results For 29th Congressional District of Texas

Results for the 29th Congressional District of Texas Republican Primary are:

Candidate Percentage
Frank Mazzapica             
 4%
Roy Morales
 58%
Tom Stevens
 9%
Eric Story
 21%
George Young              
 7%


Precincts reporting: 100%   Read more »

at Mar 2, 2010 11:05 PM
       

Shame On You Conservative Leaders, Money Bags, Talk Show Hosts and Consultants For Blowing an Unbelievable Opportunity!

Kudos to Roy Morales and his staff and committed supporters such as TexsaGOPVote.com, Norm Adams, the Hotze family, Lauro Garza, Orlando Sanchez, Clymer Wright, Dave Wilson et al. What Roy did bordered on the miraculous.   Read more »

at Nov 5, 2009 10:53 AM
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The Success Roy Morales Was Able To Achieve

Our candidate, Roy Morales, achieved remarkable success in the Houston mayoral race. With a budget that was miniscule in comparison to his liberal opponents, Roy was able to procure a percentage of votes within few points from those who spent millions of dollars on their campaigns. Yesterday was a day of triumph and tragedy - triumph in the New Jersey and Virginia races - tragedy in the fact that only 19% of eligible Houston voters took the opportunity to cast their vote.   Read more »

at Nov 4, 2009 1:09 PM
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