Harris County

Saturday Showdown of the Simpson Sycophants

Saturday was filled with last gasps of hot air from the Simpson crowd – still working to undue the March 2020 election results. This is an informational update on the Saturday Showdown of the Simpson Sycophants. At 11:38 p.m. on Saturday, August 1, current Senate District 13 Chair Kristy Bridges sent the following email: Dear
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Party of Principle Martin

Gary Polland says it best – “We can have a party of principles with no money or we can have a party with money and no principles.” If you have known Gary for any length of time, you have heard him make this statement. He is, of course, referring to the Harris County Republican Party.
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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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Judge Lemkuil

Alyssa Lemkuil for Judge Alyssa Lemkuil has served our family courts before as Judge of the 507th Family District Court when she was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott. She is now seeking to return as the Judge of the 257th Family  District Court and has been endorsed by over 500 family lawyers. Judge Lemkuil practiced law
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Bond

Once again, the criminal courts lead the local news-former State District Criminal Court Judge Stacey Bond is a shining star. Most of the current Harris County misdemeanor court judges [15 of 16 are “Republicans”] are appealing Judge Lee Rosenthal’s injunction concerning the controversial bail bond practices. Following the latest court hearing, Republican Judge Mike Fields
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