This Tuesday, May 22nd, is Election Day for the Republican Primary Runoff Election. Polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM. Any registered voter may participate in the Republican Primary Runoff Election—even if you didn’t vote in the regular Republican March Primary—as long as you did not vote in the March Democratic Primary Election.
Have you voted yet in the Republican Primary Runoff Election? Early voting ends this Friday, and Election Day is next Tuesday, May 22nd. In this critical election year, don’t let an opportunity to participate by voting pass you by.
Early voting has started for the runoffs to settle unfinished contests from the March Republican Primary Election. Early polling locations will be open this week through Friday, May 18th, and Runoff Election Day is next Tuesday, May 22nd. Harris County voters can vote prior to Election Day during the early voting period at any one of the Harris County early voting sites.
Primary Election Day is this Tuesday, March 6th. If you haven't already voted, I encourage every single conservative Texan to get out there and vote in the Republican Primary. Polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM.
Early voting for the March Republican Primary Election continues this week and ends this Friday, March 2nd. Harris County voters can vote prior to Election Day during the early voting period at any one of the Harris County early voting sites. Election Day is next Tuesday, March 6th.
Early voting for the March Republican Primary Election begins this Tuesday, February 20th and runs through Friday, March 2nd. Harris County voters can vote prior to Election Day during the early voting period at any one of the Harris County early voting sites.
This Monday, February 5, 2018, is the last day to register to vote or update your voter registration for the upcoming Primary Election on March 6th. If you live in Harris County and have recently moved or have not previously registered to vote, please take a moment to ensure your participation in this important election.
Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Dwayne Bohac for re-election as State Representative of House District 138. Representative Bohac has been a staunch ally of Governor Abbott during his term by working to grow the Texas economy. Texans for Greg Abbott released a video this morning highlighting Rep. Bohac’s commitment to limited government and free-market principles.
Tomorrow, State Representative Dwayne Bohac will file for re-election to Texas House District 138. The candidate filing period for the 2018 election begins November 11th and ends December 11th. Bohac will file at the Harris County Republican Party Headquarters. “As a lifelong resident of House District 138, I am very familiar with our district and have always worked to listen to our neighbors and deliver results,” said Bohac. “I am proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish for our district and state, but there’s more to be done. That’s why I will continue to focus on improving local quality of life, keeping our taxes low, improving education, and protecting our shared values.”
While states like Illinois and California border on financial ruin, Texas is once again leading the way by adhering to our Constitution and conservative principles. From day one I have pledged to be a strong conservative voice, and I am proud of what we accomplished during the 85th Legislative Session. My fight for conservative principles and limited government has made me a target for liberal democrats in 2018. We cannot let them turn District 138 blue! That's why I'm asking for your help.
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