Harris County

Harris County Flood

Harris County Flood Bond Election A Harris County flood bond election is now set for August 25. Originally, I opposed this election for many reasons. First, the election is set on August 25 – two days before HISD returns to classes for the 2018-2019 school year and two months before the uniform election date in
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Discussing the Harris County Bond Election

Kingwood Tea Party Discusses the upcoming Harris County August Flood Bond Election Tin Roof BBQ-Atascocita Tin Roof BBQ is located just northeast of Houston at 18918 Town Center Blvd. in Humble, Texas   KWTP Meeting Thursday Night to Discuss What’s Wrong With Harris County’s 2.5 Billion Dollar Flood Bond Charles Blain from Empower Texans, Don
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Harris County Flood

Houston Flood History 1900-2010 May Day is payday in the world of post-Harvey infrastructure spending by Harris County and the contractors who support the elected officials. The smell of a $2.5 billion bond for Harris County matched with another $2.5 billion from the feds brought out all of the swamp creatures at the May Day
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Sleeping Giant Harris County

Congressional District 7 (CD7) is a sleeping giant for Harris County Republicans.  Over the last few election cycles, local Democrats seemed to acknowledge this Republican stronghold by not challenging Congressman John Culberson. After CD7 voters chose Hillary over Trump in the 2016 general election, Dems have a renewed sense of entitlement. Republicans see this challenge
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All About Nothing

Campaign All About Nothing Harris County Republican primary voters decided to give Paul Simpson and his “All About Nothing” 2016 campaign another chance and kept Simpson in the Harris County Party Chair seat – even after losing every countywide race in 2016. This bit of good news [sarcasm] was accompanied by the decision of HD
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Abbott Appoints the Notorious Judge Susan Brown to Presiding Judge

Abbott Appoints Notorious Judge Susan Brown Days after the 2018 Texas primary election, Governor Greg Abbott appointed notorious felony judge Susan Brown to serve as presiding judge of the Eleventh Administrative Judicial Region for the next four years. This is not good news for justice in our community. The state is divided into eleven administrative
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Chris Carmona Time to Win Again-Op-Ed

Time to Win Again Fellow Patriot, When I announced my candidacy for Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party back in December, I did so after much counsel and input from informed, active leaders throughout the county. I took that feedback and joined it with my experience during the 2016 election cycle as national Co-Chairman
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Patterson

Update Kingwood Tea Party Hosts Jerry Patterson for Land Commissioner Change Jerry Patterson has a commitment in Victoria he cannot break. Rachel Hooper will be speaking on Jerry’s behalf. Let’s Save the Alamo WHEN: Thursday, 3/1/18 Time 7p.m.-8:30p.m. WHERE: Tin Roof BBQ MAP RSVP: Please click here to RSVP

Slate Wars

Slate Wars Part DEUX The slate wars between the social conservatives and moderates continues in Harris County as early voting begins in the 2018 Republican primary. The Republican candidates in contested primary races find themselves caught in the middle of this battle of the slates. The party chair race is the focal point of the
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