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Campaigns & Elections Category Archives: Campaigns & Elections
They say mighty oaks from little acorns grow, and there certainly are plenty of mighty oaks in southeast Texas testifying to the truth of this adage. There was another little ACORN planted east of here 40-some-odd years ago that also … Read More
A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against the official she claims forced her out of her position because of her political preferences. Rebecca Bowden claims she lost her job as deputy constable of Precinct I in Jefferson County after … Read More
DALLAS (Legal Newsline) — Texas Gov. Rick Perry revealed last week that Attorney General Greg Abbott has agreed not to run against him for governor in 2014. Perry, a Republican, assumed the Governor’s Office in December 2000 when then-Gov. George … Read More
The election for Jefferson County Tax Assessor /Collector isn’t quite over yet, as a recently filed lawsuit seeks to overturn November’s Election Day results. Thomas Sigee, who lost to incumbent Shane Howard by 16 votes, filed the suit Dec. 11 … Read More
It’s been said that all candidates running for office go to bed worried and wake up worried. Milton “Mickey” Shuffield said that was true as he campaigned to retain his seat on the Jefferson County 136thDistrict Court. Shuffield, a Democrat … Read More
AUSTIN — Two incumbents and one new Republican justice have been elected to the Texas Supreme Court, retaining the GOP hold on the state’s highest court. DON WILLETT Don Willett held on to his Place 2 seat with 4,758,725 votes, … Read More
GALVESTON – With nearly 55 per cent of the vote, District 23 State Rep. Craig Eiland gets to keep his seat. The Democrat and Galveston attorney accumulated 26,732 out the 41,862 total votes to fend off Republican and business owner … Read More
GALVESTON – In the span of almost a year, the Galveston County District Clerk’s Office has seen three people at its helm. Republican John Kinard emerged the winner of a contest with Democrat and former district clerk Latonia Wilson Tuesday … Read More
GALVESTON – On Election Day 2008, Galveston County residents took time out from cleaning up after Hurricane Ike to cast their votes. Four years later, many of those same voters went to the polls Tuesday morning to learn that the … Read More