Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Re-elect JAMES WHITE for State Rep. - VOTE EARLY NOW!

Vote NOW to Re-Elect State Rep. James White
 
Dear Lumberton TX, Hardin County, Polk County, Tyler County, Jasper County, Newton County
Early Vote NOW May 14th - 25th – Texas Republican Primary Election 2012

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.

for election locations in other cities and counties, click here:  https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/SearchSelectionPolling.jsp

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

Vote to Re-Elect State Rep. James White

When I was just a child, James White was an Army Captain in Berlin serving under Ronald Reagan. White was even in Berlin when the wall came down. He moved to east Texas in 2005 as a teacher with a small cattle operation. In 2010, White stood up and ran against longtime Democrat State Rep. Jim McReynolds. James White beat this Democrat. As a Republican State Rep, James White was a conservative rock star in the 2011 session. White is rated by all conservative and Christian organizations as one of the top conservatives in all of TX! White is 100% Pro Life and James White has been fighting Obama on many issues. White even testified in favor of building the Keystone XL Pipeline to bring us Jobs!
Governor Rick Perry has Endorsed James White to Win
TX Attorney General Greg Abbott has also endorsed James White Greg Abbott is one of the most trusted and respected Conservatives in Texas. Abbott has been fighting Obama in the U.S. Supreme Court

James White got a 92% Social Conservative Rating from Texas Eagle Forum after the 2011 session
James White got an A+ Fiscal Conservative Rating from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility after the 2011 session

James White has also been endorsed by TX Comptroller Susan Combs, Cathie Adams of Texas Eagle Forum, Texas Right To Life, National Rifle Association, Texas State Rifle Association, Young Conservatives of Texas, Heritage Alliance, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, State Senator Dan Patrick, Texas Home School Coalition, the Texas Conservative Digest, Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom, Texas Tea Party, Texas Forestry Association, Texans for Lawsuit Reform

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