Lubbock Co. judge race a proxy for Texas RINOs vs. conservatives | More Texas election fraud found – Pratt on Texas 2/10/2022

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Lubbock County has two elections this primary that play a big role in the statewide battle between RINOs who, despite what they say, support near unlimited growth and taxing by local governments and true Republican conservatives who favor limited, efficient local government. The race, a rematch, for Lubbock County Judge is a proxy vote on the High Plains between those forces and it has just become far more interesting with Precinct 2 County Commissioner, the most reliable conservative on the court, endorsing challenger Gary Boren for county judge. And even more telling, a fabulous bit of journalism by James Clark at the local Nexstar TV stations: Is the city influencing county elections? Questions come after campaign cash contributions. (Focus on Tyler Technology, Dan Pope, and the money involved more than the part about city officials.)

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Dems, press included, keep telling us election fraud doesn’t really exist so how about the big Brownsville ISD having an election canceled by a judge for election fraud involving, wait for it…. mail-in ballots?!

Are you “fringe” and a “fascist” simply because you hold the idea that Republican Texas legislators should not hand unearned power to Democrats in Austin? The power insiders say so.

And, other news of Texas.

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