There was a 20% increase in ballots returned early by mail this year compared to 2008: 66,310 this year, 55,446 mail-in ballots were returned early in 2008. The in person vote this year was 4.4% higher than in 2008: 766,526 … Continue reading
Today is your last chance to early vote! You must be in line by 7pm this evening. If you do not early vote today, and wait until Tuesday, then you must vote at your election precinct. Remember, that because of … Continue reading
Early voting is underway and began today. You can early vote this week 8-4:30, Saturday 7-7, Sunday 1-6 and next week 7-7. You also have until the end of the week to request a mail ballot. First day of … Continue reading
I received a call from Gov. Perry’s office just after 4pm stating that he has appointed me to fill the vacancy caused by Kevin Fine’s abrupt resignation! More information to come.
Not all endorsements are equal. The Mexican American Bar Association of Houston likes to say that it is nonpartisan organization who is willing to listen to all candidates, screen them and make appropriate endorsements. Just how fair and tolerant are they? This organization’s president recently wrote … Continue reading
I have been a fan of Paul Ryan for a long time and am very excited about this pick. Finally, the Republican Party will have a national figure who can articulate the fiscal crisis in America in a way that … Continue reading
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With all of the votes tallied, I am excited to report that I won the Republican Primary for the 177th Criminal District Court with 89.09%. Thank you all very much for your vote, your time and your financial contributions. Now … Continue reading
So far over 54,000 people have either voted or mailed their ballots. So far, this could be almost 40% of the total Republican Primary vote already cast. Wednesday set an all time Wednesday early voting record. I cannot urge you … Continue reading
Early voting is nearly half over and already 25,914 Republican early votes and mail ballots have been cast! That means, if there ends up being about 140,000 primary voters, then 18% of the vote is already cast. In 2008, the … Continue reading