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Executive Committee Meeting 10/16/2014

Folks, there will be a final meeting before early voting begins. It is scheduled for Thursday, October 16 at 6:30PM at headquarters. 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306. Please make plans to attend if you are interested.

Tijerina Tuesdays are happening each Tuesday evening from 5:30 – 7:00 at the headquarters. People who are willing to phone bank for Judge Jaime Tijerina are asked to attend.

There are oodles of yard signs still at headquarters. Please pick some up and put them out. We also need you to take some to the polling places at the appropriate time.

Come by and wish Zak a Happy Birthday!

Today is our Office Manager’s birthday. Zak is eagerly awaiting your visit! So make sure you visit the HQ sometime today before 5pm. Pick up a snack or a piece of cake and thank him for his dedication and assistance. Hope to see you there!

Meet Mrs. Abbott 9/19/2014

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

You are invited to have coffee and pan dulce with Mrs. Abbott this Friday at the headquarters. Please RSVP as requested to info@redstatewomen.org. Hope to see you all there!

Big week for Republican events!

There is a lot happening this week in Hidalgo County!

Tonight, come and join us for the Executive Board meeting. Tomorrow, we’re hosting the Elijah Casas Campaign Kickoff Party at HQ.

Friday lunchtime there is a Judge Tijerina Sign Waving on 10th & Nolana. Later that day is the Greg Abbott debate viewing party at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance.

We follow that up with the Saturday morning Block Walk for Greg Abbott and a Pachanga that evening in Mission.

Check the calendar for exact times. See you all out there!

Elijah Casas Campaign Kickoff Party 09/16/2014

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Location:  Hidalgo County GOP 2014 Campaign Headquarters

1109 W. Nolana St., Suite 306, McAllen, Texas 78504

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

6:30 – 8:30 PM

 

Let’s get Elijah Israel Casas For State Representative District 41 elected as our next Representative for Texas House District 41! We will have the direct, accessible, and accountable representation our District deserves! One party rule ends in the Rio Grande Valley this year! District 41 will be our starting point! Bring friends, and family. Let’s show our community our determination to put them first!

Executive Committee Meeting 09/15/2014

Folks,

The next meeting will be Monday, September 15, 2014 at 6:30 P.M. at the headquarters. Please note the meeting date is not the same as was announced at the last meeting. The headquarters building is located at 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306, McAllen, Texas 78504. All interested persons are welcome.

Rey Ortiz Endorses Judge Tijerina

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRESS RELEASE:

McAllen, Texas — Former candidate for judge of the 92nd District Court and longtime Hidalgo County democrat, Rey Ortiz, has announced his endorsement of Judge Jaime Tijerina in his campaign to remain judge of the 92nd District Court.

“I am grateful for Rey’s endorsement of my campaign for judge and am pleased to have his support in this important race. He clearly understands the need for responsible leadership in our county and I look forward to working with him as we push forward to victory this November,” said Judge Jaime Tijerina.

“Judge Tijerina is a friend and a great public servant to the people of Hidalgo County. He has not only a distinguished career and background, but also the resolve and integrity needed to continue serving as our judge. Let’s work together and join the effort to keep Jaime Tijerina as judge of the 92nd District Court…Arriba Con Tijerina!” said Rey Ortiz.

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P.S. Feel free to share and forward this email to like-minded individuals. Your support means a great deal to our campaign.

Headquarters Grand Opening 9/9/2014 5:30 – 7:00 PM

A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at the new headquarters for the Hidalgo County Republican Party on Tuesday, September 9 beginning at 5:30 PM. County chairman, Sergio Sanchez, will be on hand to welcome those in attendance. All local and statewide Republican candidates running for office have been invited to join in the celebration.

The recently acquired location has an office and a large meeting space which will accommodate phone banking, meetings and other events. Volunteers will be greeting visitors and assisting those seeking information. Candidate literature and yard signs will be available along with voter registration applications and other materials.

The local Republican candidates for office are Eddie Zamora (CD15), Larry Smith (CD34) Al Perez (Sheriff), Elijah Casas (TX 41) and Judge Jaime Tijerina (92nd District Court). Mr. Sanchez began his term as chairman in June and is very excited about the candidates and the potential of growth within the party in South Texas.

The new headquarters is located in McAllen at The Interplex Plaza, 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306, in McAllen. The business hours are 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday and 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Saturdays.

A Message from Larry Smith

Your Congressional Candidate for CD-34, Larry Smith, would like you to watch this when you have the time.

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Thank you to everyone for all that you have done on my behalf.  It means so very much to be part of this campaign.

Please forward the following link to everyone on your emails lists and ask them to do the same.  It is of a testimony I gave at the Spirit of Praise church in Harlingen a few months ago.  I learned a lot about myself on the streets of Baghdad.

We have made exceptional headway in the last year that we have been working this.  We still have a long way to go and only 62 more days to the election.  If you or anyone you know is willing to donate then PLEASE go to votelarrysmith.com and do so.  A small collective effort from everyone is all that is needed.
Thank you again and God bless.
 
Larry S. Smith830-339-1146
Facebook: Larry Smith for Congress
P.O. Box 1366
Yorktown, TX
78164

TIME Magazine on the Outs. CNN around the corner…

This fascinating article covers the near collapse of TIME magazine and it’s layoff of employees, with the situation at CNN seemingly similar and not too far off in the near future. The blame? Liberalism. The sort of political bias that is pushed by the ideology of the Board, rather than reporting on the news, as a consumer would think they would. So, what do you think? Will the same thing happen to CNN in the next few years?