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  • TRUMP BALLOT SECURITY PROJECT

    03/19/2016 4:36:52 PM PDT · by Albion Wilde · 30 replies
    A project of the Committee To Restore America's Greatness CONTACT 1-855-245-4634 TO REPORT IRREGULARITIES OR VOTER FRAUD. The Trump Ballot Security Project was formed when the main stream media reported dozens of voting irregularities in the Texas Republican primary. This ultimately totaled over 600 reports in at least six counties including Dallas County and Travis County. In virtually every case votes cast for Donald J. Trump were tallied for Senator Marco Rubio. We established a Toll Free number to collect further reports of voter irregularities. Almost immediately there were over 300 complaints from Oklahoma. Only a week later the Kansas...
  • Cruz, Clinton still lead in Texas (Cruz 38%, Trump 26%, Rubio 13%); (Hillary 66%, Sanders 26%)

    02/24/2016 6:07:02 PM PST · by NYRepublican72 · 28 replies
    Austin American-Statesman ^ | 2/24/2016 | TEXAS PULSE/STATESMAN POLL
    Despite taking a tumble in national polls and early voting states, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz still has a 12-percentage-point lead over businessman Donald Trump in the Texas Republican presidential primary, according to the Texas Pulse/Statesman poll released Feb. 24, 2016. On the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had a whopping 40-point lead over U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders. Methodology: This Texas Pulse poll surveyed about 1,000 likely voters — 620 Republicans and 411 Democrats — between Feb. 19 and Feb. 22.
  • Cruz, Trump tied in WFAA Texas poll (Cruz 32, Trump 32, Rubio 17), (Hilary 61, Sanders 32)

    02/24/2016 5:12:08 PM PST · by NYRepublican72 · 53 replies
    WFAA/Survey USA ^ | 2/24/2016 | Jason Whitely
    DALLAS - Six days before Super Tuesday, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are now tied in Texas, according to a new public opinion poll commissioned by WFAA-TV. Cruz and Trump both had 32 percent support from likely and actual GOP primary voters, with a 3.9 percent margin of error. It is the most recent survey of Texas voters and the first one to show Cruz no longer leading in his home state. “He’s fading,” said Cal Jillson, professor of political science at Southern Methodist University, of Ted Cruz’s candidacy. “Trump has proven to be stronger and more resilient than anyone...
  • Houston Public Media/UH Center for Public Policy – Super Tuesday (trunc) (C 35%, T 20%, R 8%)

    02/24/2016 3:01:27 PM PST · by NYRepublican72 · 12 replies
    Houston Public Media ^ | 2/25/2016 | Richard Murray & Robert M. Stein
    If the 2016 Texas Republican primary election for president were held today, which of the following possible candidates would you vote for, or are you undecided at this time? Frequency Percent Ted Cruz 144 35% Donald Trump 84 20% Marco Rubio 34 8% Ben Carson 30 7% Jeb Bush 20 5% John Kasich 18 4% Undecided 79 19% Refused 6 2% Total 415 100%
  • Texas Primary Election Results 2014: Live Senate Map by County, Midterm Races

    03/04/2014 6:39:59 PM PST · by FreeAtlanta · 58 replies
    POLITICO.COM ^ | 3/4/2014
    POLITICO's 2014 Texas Election Results and Live Primary Map, includes Midterm Races for Senate, House, Governor and Key Ballot Measures. Winner J. Cornyn (i) 62.2% 380,820 S. Stockman 17.4% 106,531 D. Stovall 9.7% 59,366 L. Vega 3.6% 22,170 K. Cope 2.6% 15,641 C. Mapp 1.9% 11,502 R. Reasor 1.7% 10,415 C. Cleaver 0.9% 5,726 Article Link: Texas Primary Election Results 2014: Live Senate Map by County, Midterm Races - POLITICO (http://www.politico.com/2014-election/results/map/senate/texas/#.UxaMs_ldVa9) Posted with Article Posting Assistant: (http://code-happy.bahits.com/?p=62)
  • Discussion Thread: Texas Primary Today (3-4-14) ..first hand reports, observations, comments..

    03/04/2014 7:00:48 AM PST · by ken5050 · 355 replies
    one man's opinion...
    I was hoping one of the Texas FReepers would start a thread, but didn't see one. The Texas primary is today..several interesting races, but the BIG ONE involves Cornyn. When you vote...let us know what you heard/saw? What's the weather like down there?
  • SHOCKING VIDEOS: Pete Sessions Supports Amnesty to ‘Accommodate’ Illegal Aliens for ‘Right Reasons’

    03/01/2014 9:41:33 PM PST · by House Atreides · 21 replies
    Breitbart ^ | March 1, 2014 | Matthew Boyle
    "A series of videos from several town halls in 2013 have surfaced showing that Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX) supports amnesty for illegal aliens, despite claims from his re-election campaign that he is against allowing illegal aliens stay in America...."
  • Crazy Steve Stockman Could Force Senator Cornyn Into Runoff in TX GOP Primary

    02/19/2014 10:29:04 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 28 replies
    Politicus, Real Liberal Politics ^ | February 18, 2014 | Keith Brekhus
    Though the media consistently mocks Congressman Steve Stockman’s bizarre behavior and his ridiculously inept campaign for US Senator, a new Human Events-Gravis Marketing poll suggests that Stockman may pose a legitimate threat to John Cornyn in the Republican primary. The poll conducted February 10 to February 12th, shows Cornyn leading 43-28 percent. While this may appear to be a comfortable margin, it puts Cornyn well below the 50 percent threshold he would require to avoid a two person runoff in May. In addition, Cornyn has reason to worry because a poll taken two months ago, conducted by a different polling...
  • I just voted and saw an Interesting trend

    05/25/2012 1:16:11 PM PDT · by mylife · 89 replies
    mylife | 5/25/12 | mylife
    <p>I just got back from voting in the Texas Primary. What I saw was the place was packed. There were 50% lines for the Republican primary and 50% lines for he Dem Primary.</p> <p>Guess what happened? No a soul on the Dem Primary line. Not a soul!</p>
  • Gov. Perry and Top TX Conservative Groups Endorse Black State Rep. James White over Mike Hamilton

    04/23/2012 4:38:01 PM PDT · by davidbellow · 19 replies
    Texas Conservative Republican News ^ | 4/22/12 | David Bellow
    The Governor of Texas, along with other high ranking Republican officials, will be stopping by Southeast Texas soon. They will be coming here to endorse State Representative James White in his re-election big to the Texas House of Representatives against Mike Hamilton in the HD 19 Primary Race which includes Hardin County, Polk County, Tyler County, Jasper County and Newton County. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs has already endorsed James White. James White is one of the few minority (black) elected officials in the Texas Legislature. That is not why he is getting so much support though. James White is...
  • Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri FOR Winner Take All – Fair & Grassroots Want It - RNC Waiver Likely

    04/10/2012 3:16:30 PM PDT · by davidbellow · 6 replies
    Texas Conservative Republican News ^ | 4/10/12 | David Bellow
    The State Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas has come out and expressed support for Texas going back to Winner Take All. He also explained why the Texas GOP has a good reason to qualify for a waiver if needed due to our circumstances, and also explained that the National Convention Delegates (Not the RNC) would vote to make the ultimate decision of whether or not Texas should be penalized. See Bottom of this Article for the Video and Transcript of What Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri had to Say about Texas Winner Take All Including this recent support...
  • Santorum Backers Look to Change Texas Primary Rules

    04/05/2012 6:40:06 PM PDT · by Engraved-on-His-hands · 40 replies
    The Texas Tribune ^ | April 5, 2012 | Jay Root
    Rick Santorum, trying to keep his presidential hopes alive despite increasingly long odds, is looking for the political equivalent of a Hail Mary pass from Texas Republicans. Santorum has noted in recent days that some Texas party activists are waging an uphill battle to change the rules of the May 29 primary so that whoever wins would get all 152 delegates up for grabs in the contest. The activists, led by Santorum supporters, say they have enough support to force an emergency meeting of the State Republican Executive Committee, though major hurdles loom beyond that. The Republican National Committee would...
  • Texas GOP to call an Emergency SREC Meeting to go back to Winner Take All. Texas has 155 Delegates

    04/05/2012 2:08:19 PM PDT · by TexasConservativeRepublican · 48 replies
    Texas Conservative Republican News ^ | 4/5/2012 | David Bellow
    Texas Republicans are calling for an Emergency Texas GOP meeting to go to winner take all. Texas is tired of being overlooked and not having a voice in Presidential Races. This might keep Romney from getting 1144 delegates and force a Brokered Convention!
  • Federal court orders May 29 primary date for Texas

    03/01/2012 4:50:05 PM PST · by deport · 18 replies · 4+ views
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The federal court in San Antonio has ordered Texas to hold its primary elections on May 29, resolving for now one of the biggest issues in the state's redistricting battles. The three-judge panel issued the election schedule two days after releasing political maps for Texas to use in the 2012 election. Legal disputes over the maps for congressional and House districts have kept Texas from holding elections. In the primary schedule released Thursday, the filing period for candidates reopens Friday and closes March 9. While the court order clarifies the election schedule, some minority groups...
  • Delayed Texas primary could be a setback for Perry campaign

    12/20/2011 8:31:22 AM PST · by mylife · 25 replies
    WNEP ^ | 12/17/11 | Jim Forsyth
    SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - A panel of three federal judges late on Friday approved a plan to delay the Texas primary elections from March 6 to April 3, a move that could be a blow to Republican Governor Rick Perry's presidential hopes. A likely victory in Texas on March 6 would have given Perry a surge of momentum on Super Tuesday, when 10 other states are holding primaries or caucuses. Now, Texas's primary will be toward the end of the calendar. Related U.S. Republican Presidential candidate and Texas Governor Rick Perry steps off his bus on his way to a...
  • Sweet: Obama wins (projected) 5 more Texas delegates than Clinton.

    03/07/2008 1:56:10 PM PST · by Signalman · 81 replies · 1,106+ views
    Sun Times ^ | March 7, 2008 | Lynn Sweet
    BALTIMORE, MD.--The Obama campaign is claiming a five-delegate margin of victory in Texas, according to projections from the campaign. FROM THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN.... Obama Wins Delegate Fight in Texas AUSTIN -- Obama Texas State Director Adrian Saenz issued a statement on the projected primary and caucus results that show Senator Obama won more Texas delegates than Senator Clinton. “By fighting the primary to a near-draw and earning a resounding victory in the caucus, the people of Texas have moved Barack Obama one step closer to claiming the Democratic nomination for president,” said Adrian Saenz. “Texans in both parties and of...
  • Huckabee promises Houston crowd he'll keep fighting

    02/21/2008 2:02:34 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 30 replies · 27+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | February 21, 2008 | KEVIN MORAN
    About 250 enthusiastic supporters chanted "We like Mike" this morning as Republican long-shot presidential candidate Mike Huckabee brought his campaign to Houston. "Your vote on March 4 is not going to be wasted if it's a vote for me," Huckabee told the cheering crowd. "If we win Texas, everything changes." The former Arkansas governor spoke at a campaign rally at the Renaissance Hotel in Greenway Plaza. Political pundits nationwide are saying John McCain has the GOP nomination wrapped up but Huckabee is telling Texans they might be able to turn the tide in favor of his conservative candidacy, in which...
  • McCain Has Yet to Exceed 50% in Texas Polls

    02/18/2008 7:13:12 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 64 replies · 142+ views
    POLITICAL LORE.COM ^ | 18 FEBRUARY 2008 | AP
    Recent polls show that John McCain is in for a struggle in the Republican primary contest in Texas. Despite a recent endorsement from former candidate Mitt Romney and a declaration by much of the American press that McCain is the Republican Nominee, McCain has been forced to stay on the campaign trail and fight for the final delegates needed to win the nomination. If we have learned anything from this election cycle it is that the polls are not to be trusted. So a 4 point lead in Texas is negligible at this point for McCain. McCain could be further...
  • Huckabee tells Texans they can keep him in the Republican race (Plano)

    02/20/2008 8:06:34 PM PST · by PAR35 · 30 replies · 88+ views
    AP via Houston Chronicle ^ | 2/20/2008 | JEFF CARLTON
    ... "It ain't over until Texas says it's over," Huckabee said of his long-shot campaign. "We win Texas and it all changes." Huckabee told a crowd of about 1,000 at Collin County Community College in suburban Dallas that he is the best choice for conservative voters in "the largest Republican state in the country." He promised to ban abortions and gay marriage and reform the tax code, prompting the loudest applause lines of his 50-minute speech. ... His pitch found a receptive audience among Texas conservatives, but Huckabee has struggled to win endorsements and votes from what he called the...
  • Early voting begins today for Texas presidential primary

    02/19/2008 7:53:33 AM PST · by cazajosa · 28 replies · 362+ views
    Houston ^ | Feb. 19, 2008 | houston chron
    With the start of early voting, the first ballots will be cast today for presidential primary elections in Harris County and surrounding communities. Here are basics on voting before the March 4 primaries: • All registered Texas voters, including 1,826,231 people in Harris County, can vote in the Republican or Democratic primary, early or on Election Day, regardless of how they voted in the past. Participation in a primary does not restrict how voters can vote in the November general election. • Bring your voter registration card or other form of ID for the fastest treatment. • Any voter in...