Category Archives: Local Issues

Texas Voters Don’t Be Fooled – Nov. 5th Vote NO on Prop 6

The first thing a Texas voter needs to know before voting NO on Prop 6 is that it’s nothing more than a big money grab by our Legislature designed to profit many of the legislators themselves and more importantly many … Continue reading

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Alvin ISD Taxpayers – Do You Know How Important the Nov. 5th Bond Election is to Your Pocketbook?

With Early voting having already started and what once again seems an assured victory for the Alvin ISD Administration, I find myself asking a simple question.  Will the Alvin ISD taxpayers pay enough attention and take the time to get … Continue reading

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Is Lack of Integrity in the GOP Leadership Hurting Galveston County Republicans?

By Sheri Edwards Several months ago, I was asked to be a TEA Party panelists for a Factions of the Republican Party panel held by Clear Lake Area Republicans.  Barbara Meeks, Galveston County Chairperson, was a panelist for the establishment … Continue reading

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Shadow Creek Ranch residents – TAKE NOTE; You ARE being censored.

When is an “Open” Facebook group not so “Open”? Apparently, when Pearland City Councilman Scott Sherman is the administrator. Pearland City Councilman Scott Sherman has already proven to Shadow Creek Ranch and Pearland residents that he does NOT support a citizens … Continue reading

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Speaking Directly to the Teachers of Alvin ISD with Regard to the Upcoming School Board Elections

This upcoming Alvin ISD School Board election will be a very important one for you as a teacher. I believe that most teachers still want to give their students, their children, the very best education that can be afforded. They want … Continue reading

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