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Judge John Devine - Why are you running against Justice David Medina? - "I can Beat Somebody with a Mexican Name"

In what can only be described as shocking, Judge John Devine (candidate for Texas Supreme Court, Place 4) told former Texas District Court Judge Scott Link he decided to run against incumbent Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina because "I can beat somebody with a Mexican name." The statement was made during a candidate screening luncheon and was witnessed by Houston attorney, Frank Harmon, who also attended the lunch.   Read more »

at Jul 11, 2012 12:03 PM

Texas GOP “Winner Take All” Emergency SREC Meeting

Now it is time to take it to the next step. Now it is time to do something that we should have done a long time ago. Now is the time for Texas Republicans to have a voice and be relevant. It is time to go back to winner take all!

We need 15 members of the 62 Texas Republican Party State Republican Executive Committee members to sign a petition in order to call for an emergency meeting of the SREC to change the Republican Party of Texas rules back to us being a Winner Take All state instead of being proportional.   Read more »

at Apr 5, 2012 3:43 PM

Gingrich, Paul, Santorum Accept Texas GOP Debate Invite

AUSTIN (Republican Party of Texas) - Late last week, State GOP Chairman Steve Munisteri issued an invitation to all four Republican Presidential candidates to come to Texas for a nationally-televised debate in May.   Read more »

at Mar 31, 2012 10:25 AM

Texas Republican Presidential Debate May 24th, 2012 in Houston – Nationally Televised!

Candidates will be warned by Texas GOP that if they do not show up, they will be considered as not caring for Texas and should not get our vote.

A Major Presidential Debate in Texas? This is pretty much unheard of!

Nothing is set in stone yet, but the Republican Party of Texas is close to finalizing a deal that will bring a nationally televised Republican Presidential Debate to Houston, TX on May 24th, 2012. The debate will be only 5 days before the Texas Primary Election and there are 155 Presidential Delegates at stake. A candidate needs 1144 delegates to win the Republican nomination.   Read more »

at Mar 29, 2012 8:25 AM

New Texas 2012 Primary Election Schedule - Candidate Filing Period OPEN again - May 29 Election July 31 Runoff

From www.txredistricting.org:

The Republican Party of Texas and Texas Democratic Party submitted a proposed order this evening addressing changes to the election schedule needed to accommodate a May 29 primary. The court will likely approve this new schedule in a court order.   Read more »

at Mar 1, 2012 1:47 PM

Court Releases Texas Interim Redistricting Maps - See Them Here! May 29th Primary Election Probable

The San Antonio three Judge Federal Panel has released the Interim Maps for the Texas elections. After Months of waiting, the people of Texas will finally know what Districts they will be in for the upcoming Congressional, State Senate, and State Representative 2012 Primary and General election.

Click on the Links Below to see the maps and see what District you will be in!

Counties and Candidates all across Texas will finally get to plan for their elections, draw county maps, file to run for office, send out voter registration cards, etc.   Read more »

at Feb 28, 2012 3:55 PM

Should Texas go Winner Take All? RNC Changing Presidential Primary Rules?

Should the Republican Party of Texas go back to winner take all?

The State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) will vote on Feb 29th, 2012 to change the rules and approve a Temporary Convention/Delegate Selection Plan. Should the SREC vote to also change the RPT Presidential Delegate Selection Rule 38 from proportional back to winner take all? Also, should the RPT change the rules to allow the presidential delegates to be uncommitted after the first committed vote at the National Convention?

at Feb 26, 2012 11:17 AM

Vote in the Saddle Up Texas “Text” Straw Poll

Even though the Texas Primary is not until April, you can let your vote be heard NOW. The "Saddle Up Texas Straw Poll", currently taking place in Houston, is accepting votes by text for those that can't attend. The text poll will remain open until 2PM Saturday, Jan. 14th.    Read more »

at Jan 13, 2012 3:08 PM

RPT Files Advisory with U.S. Supreme Court

The following came in from the Republican Party of Texas:

This morning, the Republican Party of Texas filed an advisory with the United States Supreme Court informing them of the adverse consequences of moving a unified 2012 Texas Primary Election beyond early to mid April.   Read more »

at Jan 12, 2012 7:09 PM

254 Republican County Chairmen for all of the 254 Counties in Texas!

Republican Party of Texas - Today, the Republican Party of Texas is very excited to announce that for only the second time in the last decade, every county in Texas has a current Republican County Chairman and will hold a Republican Primary election in 2012. The last time this has been accomplished was in the year 2002.

Texas has more counties than any other state in the country with 254 counties spread across the Lone Star state (nearly 100 more than the next highest,

at Dec 23, 2011 4:41 PM


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