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Election

The problem: county-wide Voting System is flawed.

County-wide voting system does not respect the secrecy of the ballot for a voter who votes outside of their precinct. And it fails to comply with TX Election Code 122.001.

 

Countywide Voting is a flawed system and should be abolished, but instead of doing so, the Tarrant Elections, Secretary of State Jane Nelson and Attorney General Ken Paxton are suppressing vital election information that is normally available to the public to audit their own elections.

The solution: In-Precinct Voting System.

By reverting to In-Precinct voting, the voters will vote at a location that is a short distance from their homes.This will not only add transparency to our election process by facilitating citizen audits, but it will also allow us to go to hand marked ballots which will rid us of the machines that keep under-performing during elections.We can have no more ballots jamming, no more mismarked ballots, no more machines going down during the elections and our ballots will remain secret.

What can you do to help? Make your voice heard and contact your  republican officials who can influence this change.

Ask our Attorney General and secretary of state to issue an opinion encouraging counties to revert into in precinct voting. Texans are losing trust in our elections and the only way to solve that is returning to a transparent and not flawed election system.

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Secretary of State Jane Nelson

Your county commissioners court has the power to fix our voting system by disbanding county-wide voting and returning to in-precinct voting. You need to encourage your county court to add this item into the court's agenda, take a vote and bring in-precinct voting back!

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County Commissioner's court

We recommend you to email and attend the Court’s meetings to voice your opinion. If you can’t attend, you can provide written testimony to the court, in addition to your e-mail/call.

Tarrant County

Judge Tim O'Hare (REP) - 817-884-1441 countyjudge@tarrantcountytx.gov

Pct 3 Com. Gary Fickes (REP) - 817-248-6295 commissionerpct3@tarrantcountytx.gov

Pct 4 Com. Manny Ramirez (REP) - 817-238-4400 commissionerpct4@tarrantcountytx.gov

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Don’t let them discourage you. It is doable and we can do it in time for the November Elections.

The Nay Sayers may tell you it’s going to cost too much. The cost of elections doesn’t change because more than 2 precincts can be combined per Polling location. The county will save money on investing in machines, maintenance, storage and software updates.

Stand for Trump

Contact your elected officials for them to take action about the lawfare against President Trump

Our elected officials should be going after Alvin Bragg and all of these corrupted judges for election interference through the weaponization of our legal system. Merchant should have recused himself as he donated to biden and his daughter benefits from the democrats. all these cases have proven to be baseless and completely biased. Donald J Trump is our nominee for president and the biden administration is interfering with the election.  Click here for more.

 

Abbott, Cruz, Cornyn and Paxton can do more than just complaining and we need to push them to do so by contacting all of them. The left keeps suing every and any republican they can, while our side has the means to retaliate, but instead remains inactive.

Contact our governor, attorney general & senators listed below. You should also reach to your Republican congressman, for whom you can find the details,  by entering your address, here.

Senator Ted Cruz

2 Constitution Avenue Northeast #​127a
Washington, DC 20510

Senator John Cornyn

2 Constitution Avenue Northeast #​517
Washington, DC 20510

Governor

Greg Abbott

​Office of the Governor
1100 San Jacinto.  

Austin, Texas 78701

Attorney General

Ken Paxton

Office of the A. General
300 W. 15th Street
Austin, TX 78701

There are many ways for you to be involved locally. No matter how little time you have available, there is plenty that can be done!

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  • FIND local board meetings (School board, City Council, County College) in Tarrant County, here.

  • Find out if you are registered to vote, where to vote, and what candidates are on your ballot, HERE.

  • Find who represents you at the State, County, and City levels, HERE.

  • Become a Precinct Chair and serve as a voting member of the Republican County executive committee. Find out how to become a precinct chair, the requisites, and responsibilities HERE

  • ​​if your precinct already has a chair, become a precinct leader or captain.

  • Every two years, the republican convention is hosted at the precinct, senate district, and state levels. Become a delegate for as many of these as you want to attend and participate in the creation of the platform, rules, and legislative priorities of the republican party of texas.

  • Volunteer for local candidates: From block walking to hosting a meet and greet, sharing their content in social media or phone banking, there are many ways that you can help America First candidates get elected. 

  • Volunteer as a poll greeter for one or more candidates and help by campaigning for them at the polling locations, to attract undecided voters.

  • Become an election clerk and help on election day or through early voting. This is not only a huge help but also a paid position.

  • Help in the process of identifying misconduct during the election process by becoming a poll watcher during early voting and election day. By doing so, you will also have access to the locations where the ballots are dropped and counted.

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  • Republican Primary:  Candidates postulate to become the republican nominee for a determined position. At this stage, you can vote for your preferred candidate with no risk of harming the republican incumbent. This is a very important election. - even years

  • Municipal elections: City level positions - student board Members, city council members and mayor. - yearly

  • Primary nominee elections: The candidates that win the primary are the Republican party nominees for the presidential or general elections. The republican party voters stand behind these candidates in spite these not being the preferred during the primaries.  - even years

All the above races require volunteers to block walk, phonebank, fundraise, participate in candidates events and volunteer on election days.

  • Precinct convention: Initial level of Republican conventions. Delegates gather at the precinct level to discuss resolutions, Rules or legislative priorities that they desire the party to take on or update. - even years

  • Senate District convention: Initial level of Republican conventions. Delegates gather at the Senate District level to discuss resolutions, Rules or legislative priorities that they desire the party to take on or update. - even years

  • State convention: Initial level of Republican conventions. Delegates gather at the State level to discuss resolutions, Rules or legislative priorities Which will be adopted under the Texas Republican platform, rules and legislative priorities. - even years

To participate as a delegate in  the republican state convention, you need to serve as senate district and precinct level delegate. To be eligible as a delegate, you need to have voted in the latest Republican primary election.

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