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Governor Abbott Appoints Landrum To 164th Judicial District Court

August 21, 2020 | Austin, Texas 

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Michael Landrum as Judge of the 164th Judicial District Court in Harris County for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

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Passing of Ruby Louise Cubley

We are sad to announce the passing of a BARW Past President, Ruby Louise Cubley.  Ruby was a great pioneer for the Republican Party and her community.  Words can not express this loss of this dear lady.  

I have attached a link for information about her viewing and funeral which will be held at Forest Park East Funeral Home.  The viewing will be August, 24, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  The funeral will be on August 25, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Please open the link which will tell you so much more about Ruby and her family. On behalf of BARW we send our condolences to her husband, children, family and friends.

https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/webster-tx/ruby-cubley-9317921 

Ruby you will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing you!

 

Beverly Ferguson-Cooper, M.Ed.

President

Bay Area Republican Women

barw.pres2020@gmail.com

 


Harris County Republican Party Statement on the Texas Primary Runoff Elections

HOUSTON, July 15, 2020 – Five Republican candidates won their primary runoff elections tonight and will be added to the general election ballot in Harris County on November 3, 2020, including Troy Nehls in Texas's 22nd Congressional District, Wendell Champion in Texas's 18th Congressional District, Terry Adams for 1st Court of Appeals, Place 5, Joe Danna for Harris County Sheriff, and Russ Ridgeway for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 1.

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The Path Forward

There have been many inquiries about plans for upcoming meetings of the Harris County Republican Party Executive Committee, including the biannual organizational meeting. The following is an update of what we know, based on recent developments. 

First, we are not moving forward with the plans outlined in my June 12 email (see below).

  • Reversing a prior announcement, County Chair-elect Keith Nielsen has now confirmed that he plans to take office as scheduled on August 3, so there will not be a County Chair vacancy to be filled. (Texas Tribune, "GOP officials say Harris County party chair-elect is reneging on commitment to step aside after sharing racist Facebook post," July 13, 2020)

  • The proposed State Party rules change to shorten the 14 days' notice for the organizational meeting was not not approved at the State Convention. Therefore, the meeting notice cannot be sent out before August 3.

Second, we have asked for, but not received the incoming Chairman-elect's plans for the new Executive Committee, for the meeting to elect a County Clerk candidate, or for the organizational meeting to adopt bylaws and elect new officers for HCRP. (Per the current rules, those meetings can be called only after the new Executive Committee takes office on August 3, so I cannot call them before or after my term of office ends August 2.)

With just over 100 days until the election, everyone looks forward to hearing the plans for keeping HCRP's momentum going. In the meantime, if you have any questions about the upcoming meetings, please contact incoming County Chair-elect at keith@keithnielsen.com.

Onward!



Paul Simpson, County Chair
Harris County Republican Party

 

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Harris County Commissioners Court Appoints Democrat Party Official to Oversee Elections

HOUSTON, May 20, 2020 – Harris County Republican Party Chairman Paul Simpson released the following statement today after the Democrat-led Harris County Commissioners Court appointed Texas Democrat Party official Christopher Hollins to oversee elections as interim County Clerk:

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Harris County Republican Party Response to County Clerk Diane Trautman’s Resignation


Chairman Paul Simpson Issues Statement on County Judge Lina Hidalgo's Extreme Government Overreach Amid Coronavirus Pandemic


Harris County Republican Party Letter to County Clerk Diane Trautman Warns Against Suppression of Free Speech


Harris County Republican Party Endorses Houston City Council Candidates in Runoff Elections


Harris County Republican Party Response to County Clerk Diane Trautman's Statement on the Delay in Reporting of Election-Day Results

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