Statements about Elections
Says the Hawaii governor "can’t find anything that says (President Barack Obama) was born in Hawaii."
"Ten retired nuns were barred from voting in the 2008 Indiana Democratic primary."
Says that 98,184 Texans are now driving with temporary driver’s licenses lacking their photos.
On choosing a Texas House speaker
Says the Texas House has "a record number of new members joining our ranks."
Says Texas voters are being asked to act this November on a proposed constitutional amendment affecting property taxes.
"Exit polls indicate that Democrats get over 70 percent of LGBT votes in federal elections."
Says Bill White is refusing to debate.
"There have been 30 published polls in this election cycle and Harry Reid's been trailing in every single one."
Says Gov. Rick Perry is “by far and away the highest-paid state employee on an hourly basis.”
Says Houston’s 18th congressional district has been “gentrified” and is home to “more Anglos than African Americans.”
“The Republican Party lost 1.1 million registered voters since 2008. The Democratic Party lost 1.2 million registered voters… (while) voter registration in the Libertarian Party rose 8 percent.”
“The Democrats have over 20 field agents to our zero."
“In three days last week, (Gov. Rick) Perry flew to five cities at taxpayers’ expense, holding press conferences, delivering $2,325,000 in checks.”
Says state's expected "increase in federal political clout is almost entirely due to the growth of the African American and Hispanic populations in Texas in virtually every region of the state.”
Republican challenger Bill Flores "has never once voted in a general election in our district."
"By the end of Governor Rick Perry's term, he will have drained Texas taxpayers ... of more than $360,000 to pay for the rental mansion he has been living in while the historic Governor's Mansion is repaired."
“This race will be the Democrats’ top target this November.”
Says Holly Turner "failed to vote in five straight Republican primaries."
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