Skip to comments.LUBBOCK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY TO DISTRIBUTE TED CRUZ CAMPAIGN SIGNS ON SEPTEMBER 16
Posted on 09/15/2018 7:18:15 PM PDT by conservative98
The Lubbock County Republican Party will be distributing long-awaited Ted Cruz re-election campaign yard signs on Sunday, September 16.
The event, described as a "Republican tailgate", will be held from Noon-2pm in the back parking lot of the KFYO Studios at 4413 82nd Street (behind Abuelo's) in Lubbock.
Lubbock County Republican Party Chairman Steve Evans will be in attendance, along with other supporters of the party. The Ted Cruz yard signs will distributed for free, first-come, first-served.
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I heard Jeff Roe Cruz's campaign manager doesn't like yard signs and they just getting some out now. Donald Trump's fault. /s
Ted Cruz might even win Lubbock County!
Cruz won Lubbock County in 2012 with over 69% of the general election vote.
In before the concern trolls arrive to tell everyone that displaying signs is too dangerous because of the big, bad lefties.
Peto odourke (☭) is the little commie that the proglibs are buzzing about here in Tejas.
Why, there are 3 or 4 of his yard signs on every street (in a few neighborhoods) in Dallas.
I wonder who the OTHER 56 households on those streets are going to vote for?
The Cruz signs I have seen here in Dallas almost seem to be an afterthought, it probably is not representative of the conservative vote in any way.
Is there anyone in Texas who doesnt know Cruz and the election is coming is a simple question....just overblown as usual.
My thought is the Peto signs will only serve to remind conservatives to go VOTE.
It is dang sure having that effect on me...
Texas state statute says it is illegal to “steal, willfully deface, mutilate or destroy any campaign yard sign on private property.” The crime is punishable by a fine up to $2,500, up to a year in jail or a combination of both.
This being said, along with a surveillance camera, I wonder if a short range, cellphone type GPS tracker chip could be hidden in the signs? They are quite small, and every few hours could give off a ping picked up by cellphone towers.
Probably sound like a flock of birds chirping.....
Cruz later fielded a question about signs from the local member of the State Republican Executive Committee, Mike McCloskey.
“The one question I get asked universally, everywhere is, ‘Were seeing signs that say ‘Robert Francis’ in our neighbors yards, and we want to claim our territory and have your signs in our yards,’” McCloskey told Cruz, using O’Rourke’s birth name. “I think people here are wanting those. What can we do to get those in the hands of the folks that want to have them in their yard?”
“Thats a question we hear a lot,” Cruz said. “Yes, there are a lot of signs for my opponent, Beto ORourke. They invested a ton of money and they put that money, part of it, into having signs everywhere.”
The sign disparity is not necessarily indicative of an enthusiasm gap, but of differences in campaign spending priorities. But more broadly, Cruz campaign manager Jeff Roe has an aversion to yard signs he said he views them as a far-less-effective use of campaign money than door knocking, television and radio advertising, phone banking or direct mail. That’s not a new strategy in Cruz world. Roe said the Cruz 2016 presidential campaign spent no money on yard signs.
“It would be an easier campaign to win if we just used yard signs, and whoever wins is who puts up the most yard signs,” Roe told The Texas Tribune.
From: Beto ORourke yard signs are everywhere. Where are Ted Cruzs?
In addition to the US Senate race this is also a statewide
race for state offices from Governor on down. Even a Bush
is on the ticket.
Does the Governor get along with Cruz. Im reading Scott and Desantis are working together on the socialist theme...Seems a no brainer they would.
Does the Governor get along with Cruz.
How much interaction they have I have no idea.....
But the media widely reported on a huge turnout Beto got in Lubbock a few weeks back.
I would say several million don’t know of the Nov. 6 election coming up in TX and in many other states too.
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