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TEA Party Endorsed Candidates 2020TEA Party Candidates endorsed or supported by TEAParty911.com are expected to be principled conservative constitutionalists dedicated to preserving liberty.

Updated October 24, 2022

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President

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Congressional Candidates

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TX Statewide Candidates

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TX State Senate

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TX SD 2 – Bob Hall (Endorsed Candidate)

TX State House

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TX HD 2 – Bryan Slaton (Endorsed Candidate)

Harris County

Recommend Voting a Straight Republican Ticket

Klein ISD Position 6:  Kristin Cobb
Klein ISD Position 7:  Jack Velasquez
Tomball ISD Position 1 – Tina Salem
Tomball ISD Position 2 – Stephanie Lopez
Tomball ISD Position 3 – Jennifer Kratky
Tomball ISD Position 4 – Billy Moore

Tarrant County

Recommend Voting a Straight Republican Ticket

BISD bond election:  NO
NRH City Council:  Blake Vaughn

Local Races

BEXAR COUNTY:

Castle Hills Prop A:  against
China Grove Prop A:  against
Converse City Council Place 4:  Kessler
Converse Prop A:  against
East Central ISD Prop A:  against
Helotes Prop A:  against
Judson ISD Props A, B:  against
Shertz City Council Place 2:  Gibson
Universal City Prop A:  against
Windcrest Prop A, I:  against
Windcrest Prop B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K:  for
Leon Valley Props A, B, C, E, F, G, I, J, L, M:  for
Leon Valley Props D, H, K: against

BRAZOS COUNTY:

College Station Mayor: Rick Robison
College Station City Council Place 1: Aron Collins
College Station City Council Place 2: David Levine
College Station City Council Place 5: (unexpired term) Bob Yancy
CSISD School Board Place 5: Morgan Mangen
CSISD Prop A:  Against
City of College Station Propositions A, B, C, D, E: Against
ISD Prop A: Against
Bryan Mayor: Brent Hairston
Bryan Councilmember SMD 1: Raul Santana
Bryan Councilmember SMD 2: Rafael Pena III
Bryan Councilmember SMD 3: Jared Salvato
Bryan Councilmember SMD 5:  Marca Ewers-Shurtleff (3 votes), Kyle Schumann (3 votes)
Bryan Councilmember at large Place 6: Kevin Boriskie
Bryan Propositions A, B:  Against

COLLIN COUNTY:

Alderman City Council: Richardson, Metzger, Hill
Princeton ISD:  Campbell, Schmoker
Wylie ISD:  Palmer, Keech, Brooks, Schwerin

DALLAS COUNTY:

301st District Court:  Select “write in” and then type EARL JACKSON; double check ballot shows it.

DENTON COUNTY:

City of Denton Recall Alison Maguire:  support
City of Denton Prop A: against
County of Denton Prop A:  no opinion

ELLIS COUNTY:

Justice of the Peace Precinct 4:  Cox
Justice of the Peace Precinct 4:  Ponder
City of Ennis Prop A: No
City of Milford Prop A: No
Avalon ISD:  Palacios, McEwen, Gill, Bruner
Ferris ISD Special Bond Election: No on Props A,B and C
Red Oak ISD School District Bond: No
Fresh Water Supply District No1 Prop A and Prop B: No
Buena Vista-Bethel Utility District General Election:  Manning, Anz

GALVESTON COUNTY:

League City Council:

Mayor – Nick Long (unopposed)
Pos 1 – Andy Mann (unopposed)
Pos 2 – no recommendation
Pos 3 – no recommendation
Pos 6 – Chad Tressler (unopposed)
Pos 7 – no recommendation

HARRIS COUNTY:

Klein ISD Position 6:  Kristin Cobb
Klein ISD Position 7:  Jack Velasquez
Tomball ISD Position 1 – Tina Salem
Tomball ISD Position 2 – Stephanie Lopez
Tomball ISD Position 3 – Jennifer Kratky
Tomball ISD Position 4 – Billy Moore

HOOD COUNTY:

Mayor: Jim Jarratt
Commissioner Pct 4:  Dave Eagle
County Clerk:  Katie Lang
School Board Trustee:  Karen Lowery
School Board Trustee:  Jeff Hastings
School Board Trustee:  Terry Louvin

JEFFERSON COUNTY:

Judge Jeff Branick, County Judge
Gordon Friez, candidate for the 317th District Court
Roxanne Hellberg, candidate for the County Clerk
Time Funchess, candidate for County Treasurer
Cary Erickson, Candidate County Commissioner Pct2
Jacorion Randle, candidate for Texas State House of Reps HD22
Jay Wright, candidate for Justice of the 9th Court of Appeals, Place 2

JOHNSON COUNTY:

Keene City Council Place 1:  Johnson
Keene City Council Place 3: Belz
Keene Mayor:  Parrish
Rio Vista ISD Prop A:  against

LUBBOCK COUNTY:

HPWD Pct 1 – Dustin Eggleston
LCWCID Pct 1 – Lorelei Shafer
LCWCID Pct 4 – Coltin Clark Foster
LCWCID At-Large – Undecided
City of Lubbock, Proposition A – Against
Slaton City Props 1-8, 11, 13-23:  For
Slaton City Props 9, 10, 12:  Against

TARRANT COUNTY:

BISD bond election:  NO
NRH City Council:  Blake Vaughn

TRAVIS COUNTY:

Jennifer Virden, Austin Mayor
Clinton Rarey, Austin City Council District 1
Nathaniel Hellman, Austin City Council District 6
Richard Smith, Austin City Council District 8
Austin City Council District Prop A:  No
City of Austin Prop A:  No
Austin ISD Props A, B, C:  No
Perla Muñoz Hopkins, Texas State Board of Education, District 5
Rupal Chaudhari, County Judge
Susan Haynes, County Clerk
Clint Small, District 4, Single Member Trustee, AISD
Heather Toolin, At Large Position 9, AISD
Steven Haskett (Libertarian; no R candidate), Texas Senate District 14

Featured Candidates

Texas State Senator SD 2 – Bob Hall

Once in a great while a good man comes along and runs for office for the RIGHT reasons. Bob Hall is one of those rare individuals. Bob personifies leadership, principle and courage. We in the electorate will not have to guess about the way or motivation for his votes. He will cast his votes based on God’s Commandments and what is good for Texans– We will have a man who will defend Texas and Texans for now and future generations. Bob continues to have my full and enthusiastic endorsement.

Michael Kinzie
Founder, TeaParty911.com


TX HD 2 Representative Bryan Slaton

Bryan Slaton, “As a bold and brave Christian-Conservative, I will stand up to Government abuse, constant overstepping and the over all burden it places on the taxpayer. I want to help give the people of Texas the Government they are calling for and deserve. We must stand up and elect someone who will represent HD2 as we seek to advance liberty and our way of life against the establishment in Austin.”

Bryan Slaton Endorsement 2021

I have endorsed many who ended up being a disappointment once elected to office. Bryan Slaton is not among those. Representative Slaton remained true to his principles and stood his ground in the face of opposition and that opposition was substantial.

During his first term in office, Bryan Slaton was a champion for the unborn, a staunch supporter of property tax reform, introduced legislation to finish building the border wall in Texas, strongly opposed lockdowns and mandates related to COVID, was a protector of Texas monuments, and the list goes on and on.

Therefore, I proudly and wholeheartedly re-endorse Bryan Slaton in his bid for reelection as Representative of Texas House District 2.

Michael Kinzie – TEAParty911.com Founder

Bryan Slaton for Texas House District 2
Bryan Slaton and his wife, Sharmen

Bryan Slaton is an endorsed candidate of TEAParty911.com.

Visit Bryan Slaton’s Campaign Website

Donate to Bryan Slaton for Texas House

Read Bryan Slaton’s Statement on Property Taxes

Collin County

County Judge – Chris Hill

TEA Party Candidates

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