HCGOP is proud to announce that at the recent State Republican Convention, several delegates were elected to positions at the national level.
Congratulations and best wishes for a great convention in Cleveland go to:
Hilda Garza-DeShazo, National Delegate from CD15
Adrienne Pena-Garza, National Alternate Delegate from CD15
Soraya Zamora, National Alternate Delegate from CD15
Sergio Sanchez, At-Large National Alternate Delegate from Texas
In addition, HCGOP is proud to have 3 delegates that were elected National Presidential Electors. These folks, along with the other electors from all the states. meet after the citizens vote for president and cast ballots for the president and vice president.
Congratulations to the following:
Sandra Cararas, Presidential Elector from CD15
Bill Greene, Presidential Elector from CD34
Fred Farias, At-Large Presidential Elector from Texas
Ladies & Gentleman, we are currently in our Runoff Election. There are several elections ongoing with Runoffs, so please attend your local poll station and cast your ballots for your candidate of choice! Ballot Style #1 for those inside CD15 includes the race for US Representative. Ballot Style #2 are for Hidalgo residents outside of CD15, so it does not include that race. The last day of Early Voting, where you can use ANY poll station, is Friday, May 20th. ELECTION DAY is Tuesday, May 24th, where you can only attend your Precinct’s specific poll station, and not just any poll station across the county. So get out and vote!
Hidalgo County Republicans blast Texas HB 1596 and its author, State Representative Bobby Guerra, that calls for the establishment of a healthcare district in Hidalgo County, one of the most over-taxed and poorest counties in Texas.
Hidalgo County Republicans unanimously approved a resolution to defeat any attempt at establishing a healthcare district within the county. Indigent care is already funded by the taxpayers through property taxes and the new medical school is already fully funded through the UT system. This bill is just another attempt to take money from the hard-working people of Hidalgo County in order to transfer it to local politicians and their cronies.
The voters of Hidalgo County already defeated a similar bill in 2014. Our local politicians responded by filing another bill with a lower tax cap under a new name. State Representative Bobby Guerra, State Senator Chuy Hinojosa and County Judge Ramon Garcia have made it clear that they have no interest in what the voters have to say. Moreover, they will continue putting these new taxes forward until they break the backs of the taxpayers
Defeating the Healthcare District, State Senator Juan (Chuy) Hinojosa, along with State Representatives Bobby Guerra and Terry Canales in 2016 is a Hidalgo County GOP priority according to Party Chair, Sergio Sanchez. If you are a voter and do not want an increased tax bill we urge you to vote for the following LOCAL REPUBLICAN candidates:
(R) Hilda Garza-DeShazo, District 41 (opposing Bobby Guerra)
(R) Mari DeLeon, District 40 (opposing Terry Canales)
(R) Velma Arellano, Senate District 20 (opposing Juan Chuy Hinojosa)
All Republican candidates oppose any tax increase.
Sergio Sanchez, Party Chairman
This resolution has been passed and supported by those listed below:
Terry Allison David McCarron
Velma Arellano Alta McClaugherty
Jo Ann Bannworth San Juana Melendez
James Edgar Barnes Ismael Moran
Leonel D. Bautista Edward Narvaez
Cynthia D. Bebon Laura Nunn
Merrijo Bonds Jonia Olvera
Robert Bonds Roberto Palacios
Zachary Cantu Aron Pena
Sandra Ann Cararas Adrienne Pena-Garza
Denny Church Odilia Quintana
Francis Ciancarelli Cruz Quintana,Jr.
Camilia Cortez Kevin Ramsey
Maricela De Leon Ana Guadalupe Ratcliff
William Deason George Rice
Dorothy Egger Adam Richerson
Eva Euler Mary Ann Rios
Cleve Ford Jaime Rojas
Maria Gadd Rosalie Ann Roque
Norma Gamez Norma Saldana
Nelly Gamez Hagan Sergio Arturo Sanchez
Casandra Garcia Emilio D Santos
Hilda Garza-DeShazo Carol Seal
Woodrow Glasscock Lucy Snearley
Abel Gonzalez Jane Talbot
Cynthia Gonzalez Mark Talbot
William Greene Isamar Terrazas
Thomas Bruce Haughey Jesse Torres
Nethaniel Henderson Diane Trevino
Melba Holaday Lillian Trevino
Robert Holaday Shirley Ann Vaughn
Eric Knerr Jorge Vela
Melissa Knerr Jose Luis Villarreal
Charlene Kaye Kuprel Ruben Villarreal
Gabriel Martinez John Mark Watt
Jose Manuel Martinez, Jr. Micah Watt
Giselle Mascarenhas Soraya Zamora
Edward R. Zamora, Jr.
The next Executive Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 19 at 6:00 PM. Location is the HCGOP Headquarters located at 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306 in McAllen. There are several agenda items that will be of interest to most of you. After all the business has concluded, there will be a short training session for delegates and alternates to the state convention. You will also receive information on how to apply to be a delegate to the national convention in Cleveland.
This request form should be completed and returned by 6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 10, 2016, for best results. Please return to the Hidalgo County Republican Party Chairman: Sergio Sanchez or the Hidalgo County Republican Party Secretary: Lucy Snearley at 1109 West Nolana, Suite 306, McAllen.
Senate Districts 20 and 27 (Hidalgo County) will hold Senatorial Conventions on March 19, 2016, 8:00 a.m., Christian Fellowship Church, 2201 West Trenton Road, McAllen.
You may scan and also return it to the following E-mail address: email@example.com
On Thursday, March 10, 2016 the Hidalgo County GOP will canvass the vote from the primary election. This will be done at 6:00 PM at the GOP Headquarters located at 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306, McAllen, Tx 78501.
On Thursday, March 17, 2016 the Hidalgo County GOP will hold a drawing for ballot positions for the May Run Off Primary Election. This will take place at the GOP Headquarters located at 1109 W. Nolana, Suite 306, McAllen, Tx 78501.
Many members of the press will be seeking comments and interviews relating to the Texas primary and general election. Sergio Sanchez has been the chairman of the local Republican Party for two years and he is the person that can legitimately answer media inquiries relating to all election and party activities.
Mr. Sanchez can be reached at 956-655-8876 or firstname.lastname@example.org. He will be available for comments and interviews in person at 1201 N. Jackson Road, Suite 900 in McAllen. Please text him if you wish to visit with him in person.