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April 13th GOP Runoff Election Results

Today is day of the Texas Runoff Elections. The table below shows the six Texas Congressional Districts in which there are GOP candidates in a runoff election. The winners of each runoff election will be competing with their districts' Democratic incumbents (also listed below) in the November 2010 midterm election. The results will be posted once available.   Read more »

at Apr 13, 2010 5:49 PM

Francisco “Quico” Canseco: the ONLY candidate who can remove Ciro Rodriguez from Congress

This week is early voting for the Texas Republican runoffs. There will be many local, county, and district elections and all of them are important. A few candidates in the Texas Republican runoffs are seeking a position in Congress. I would like to talk about the runoff election in Congressional District 23. This runoff is between an experienced business man Francisco “Quico” Canseco and a young, inexperienced former CIA agent Will Hurd.   Read more »

at Apr 6, 2010 3:11 PM

Texas Democrats Who Voted For Health Care Bill And The Republicans Running Against Them!

Eleven out of the twelve Texas Democrat U.S. Representatives sold out Texas and the rest of the United States by voting for the health care bill! Now it is up to Texas to vote them out of office! Below is the list of Texas Democrats who voted for the health care bill along with the GOP candidate that is running against them in the November 2010 Election. Please do all you can to support the Republicans and get these Democrats out of office!   Read more »

at Mar 22, 2010 12:52 PM

Primary Results For 23rd Congressional District of Texas

Results for the 23rd Congressional District of Texas Republican Primary are:

Candidate Percentage
Franciso "Quico" Canseco                  32%
Joseph Mack Gould  5%
Will Hurd
Mike Kueber
Robert Charles Lowry 22%

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at Mar 2, 2010 11:14 PM

Will Hurd: U.S. Representative Candidate (TX-23)

Why Run for Congress?

The short answer is that I want to continue to serve my country, and would like nothing more than to represent the interests of the citizens of Texas.   Read more »

at Feb 10, 2010 4:18 PM
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