Wednesday, April 25, 2012

IMPORTANT POLITICAL RACES TO SOON BE DECIDED

38,519 voter registration certificates were mailed to residents last Thursday. Election officials all across Texas including Liberty County Tax Assessor Collector Ricky Brown, had to wait to mail out the certificates until the (unelected)Democratic Judges in San Antonio exhausted their effort to overturn the states’ new legislative and congressional districts maps that were drawn and passed by the (elected) Texas congress.

Residents should check the certificates closely for any needed changes or any errors. If mistakes are found, corrections can be made on the back of a card. Completed cards should be signed and turned in to the Liberty County Tax Assessor Collector’s Office on the first floor of the county courthouse in Liberty. Any registered voter who hasn’t received a certificate by April 25, 2012 should call the office at (936) 336-8683 or (936) 336-4528.

Ricky Brown and his office are working under unusual circumstances and regardless of all of the problems the Democratic judges have caused by their unprecedented action, we can all be grateful Brown and company have organized their office to help make this election come off without a glitch.

Democrats and RINO’s (Republican In Name Only) are hoping the delay the judges caused will dampen the spirits of conservative voters. LD would like to encourage Liberty County to exercise their right to vote on May 29th and send a message to Washington DC and the President that we can not wait to express our opinion.

There are some very important local political races that will be decided in the primary election on May 29 which will impact the future of Liberty County for generations to come. Make sure you do your part to protect the future generations of Liberty County, be apart of the historical positive change that is near.

We have worked hard since 2006 at great sacrifice to help bring Liberty County into a new age, for a better tomorrow.

Liberty County has a chance to purge itself of the last of a major corrupt element in the courthouse. Great times are very near for Liberty County- if we act...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

We are ready, thanks LD and company.

Anonymous said...

hear, hear!

and none of the migrants...

*migrant workers,
*migrant candidates (RINO's, Hillary),
* migrant voters (ACORN), or
*migrant birth certificates (Barack.Hussein.Obama.)

can change it!

Anonymous said...

Ex-Democrat, RINO, Tim Allison, - be sure to vote him out of office - Constable Pres. No. 1. Let's send a LOUD message - No More RINO's!

Anonymous said...

Ricky Brown has done a good job. no reason to change.

Anonymous said...

How do we categorize Logan Pickett? the Picketts have done nothing for local Republicans EVER, but they have played footsies with both parties in state government just in case they wanted something from either one. So does that make Logan an elephant-sized jack ass or what?

Anonymous said...

Iam sure hoping the people who have voted for Todd Fontenot in the past will have mercy on the rest of us and help us get rid of himthis time. He spends money and plays politics as well as Lee Groce and Phil What'shisname. He not only did not stop all of the hanky panky in the courthouse over the years he ...........

Anonymous said...

Just publicize the 25% contract increase for the jail. That'll get enough voters mad, to oust some commissioners, Hunt and Fontenot included.

Anonymous said...

Fontenot has done nothing for our road we live on. Ten families live on CR 193 and they would have to come out and water this dirt road to keep down the dust. Then after several complaints they came out and dumped oil on the road and tilled it in. every road in this area of Raywood has been paved with the exception of CR 193. Good bye Todd.

Anonymous said...

Down with the RINO's - vote out Tim Allison, RINO for Prec. #1 Constable - keep our slate clean of these beasts.