Jason Salazar commented on Serve on a Committee 2020-09-06 04:14:39 -0500What in the World….????????
10 people listed here, and 10 different committees… Browsing through the Travis GOP website, knowing how it functions as someone like myself whose heavily involved finds the Travis GOP Leadership trend of habitual laziness as disturbing, unacceptable, and a call for a new leader to step in. Sorry buddy, you know I mean well.
You should consider sticking with your consulting, and strategizing jobs you have on the side of being GOP Chairman. You embarrass the party, and worse, everyone of us affiliated with it as members,, candidates, etc.
Jason Salazar commented on RELEASE: 'Godfather of Travis County Republican Party' announces retirement; Travis GOP Chairman calls Commissioner Gerald Daugherty 'living legend' 2020-08-02 03:16:57 -0500Living legend. This man never made presence, or commission rulings as my uncle from Caldwell, Commissioner Joe Roland has done for the 32 years, just like his cousin Ron Davis. Never heard of this gearld, nor is it relevant. We need candidates winning the county seats from every corner, and after his first term he quits. Smh. Not impressed. Bye.
THE 2020 TRAVIS COUNTY REPUBLICAN SLATE
General Election: Nov. 3, 2020 (Extended early voting: Oct. 13-30)
RUNOFF: Dec. 15, 2020 -- details coming soon.
- NEW: Projected winners indicated below with a green check mark. ✔️ Runoff candidates added.
- County unofficial election results: https://traviscounty.totalvote.com
- Statewide unofficial election results: https://results.texas-election.com
- VoteTravis.com: Verify whether you are registered to vote, see which races you're eligible to vote in, find voting locations/times, sample ballots, and more.
- Travis County Clerk Elections Division (voting locations, mail-in ballot questions, FAQs, etc.)
- Voter guides and info: iVoterGuide | League of Women Voters
NOTE: More may be listed soon as results are posted.
? Donald J. Trump (i)
✔️ John Cornyn (i)
U.S. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 21:
✔️ Chip Roy (i)
U.S. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 25:
✔️ Roger Williams (i)U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 35:Jenny Garcia Sharon
TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER:
✔️ James "Jim" Wright
TEXAS SUPREME COURT, CHIEF JUSTICE:
✔️ Nathan Hecht (i)
TEXAS SUPREME COURT PLACE 6:
✔️ Jane Bland (i)
TEXAS SUPREME COURT PLACE 7:
✔️ Jeff Boyd (i)
TEXAS SUPREME COURT PLACE 8:
✔️ Brett Busby (i)
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 3:
✔️ Bert Richardson (i)
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 4:
✔️ Kevin Patrick Yeary (i)
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 9:
✔️ David Newell (i)STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 5:
THIRD COURT OF APPEALS CHIEF JUSTICE:
Jeff Rose (i)
JUDGE, 460th DISTRICT COURT:
Geoffrey Puryear (i)
TRAVIS COUNTY JUDGE:
TRAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF:
TRAVIS COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR:
TRAVIS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1:
TRAVIS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3:
***LOCAL (NON-PARTISAN ENDORSEMENTS)***
AUSTIN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4:
Louis C. Herrin III*
AUSTIN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6:
GOES TO RUNOFF Mackenzie Kelly*
AUSTIN PROPOSITION A:
CEDAR PARK CITY COUNCIL PLACE 6:
PFLUGERVILLE CITY COUNCIL PLACE 2:
PFLUGERVILLE CITY COUNCIL PLACE 4:
PFLUGERVILLE CITY COUNCIL PLACE 6:
✔️ David Rogers*
WHAT ABOUT THE REST OF THE CANDIDATES?
There are plenty of other races down-ballot that are not Republican or Democrat which may have a conservative candidate in the running. For a list of unofficial recommendations on local, non-partisan races please visit the Travis County Republicans Facebook Group, and feel free to make recommendations of your own.
*Note: Travis GOP Bylaws allow us to automatically provide support to the only Republican running in a local, non-partisan race. The Executive Committee may also make endorsements. Such endorsements are indicated by an asterisk ("*").
Updated: 11/4/20 11:47 a.m.
Jason Salazar wants to volunteer 2020-08-02 03:20:30 -0500
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