Thursday, May 17, 2012

Re-Elect DAVID BRADLEY Conservative SBOE 7 Member - VOTE EARLY NOW

David Bradley is a Super Conservative. He is Endorsed by all top Conservative Republicans and Conservative Organizations.

These endorsements include Texas Alliance for Life, Texas Conservative Digest, David Barton, Texas Republican Assembly, Texas Right to Life, Young Conservatives of Texas, Texas Home School Coalition. He is endorsed by 4 conservative past and former SBOE chairmen and also endorsed by Republican Party of Texas past State Chairmen George W. Strake, Tom Pauken, Tina Benkiser and Cathie Adams who is also the Chairman of the Texas Eagle Forum.

On top of fighting against liberal attacks on conservative values in our education standards, Bradley was part of implementing new standards/tests that are now moving our Texas public school teachers into the teaching of phonics, grammar, usage, correct spelling, penmanship, expository/persuasive/research writing, classic literature, informational text; having to look at the strengths AND WEAKNESSES of evolution; automaticity of math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), no calculators in grades K-5; an emphasis on reading the primary documents such as the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, the study of heroes and heroines of our state/nation/world, and American exceptionalism.


Rita Ashley, Bradley's opponent, does not represent conservative values, is much more closely associated with the Democrats, and has such disdain for the intellectual level of the voters that she thinks she can fool them. Not so. David Bradley is a proven conservative member of the Texas State Board of Education.

David Bradley's opponent, Rita Ashley, is a moderate Republican who is supported by liberals. Rita Ashley has also been caught Lying about Her Democrat Votes & Not Living in the District

Re-Elect David Bradley, SBOE 7
Texas Republican Primary Election 2012

Early Vote NOW until May 25th

Election Day May 29th

David Bradley's District 7 State Board of Education now represents Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Hardin (Lumberton, TX), Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Sabine, San Augustine and Tyler Counties.

Early Voting Locations in Hardin County and Lumberton: **Hardin County Courthouse - 300 Monroe, Kountze May 14-25 (includes Saturday and Sunday) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. **Lumberton City Hall - 836 N. Main, Lumberton, May 16-17, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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May 29th Election Day vote at your normal precinct voting location

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