Last Call for Sheriff or Constable Applicants

Hidalgo County Republican Party Candidates for Sheriff and Constable, Place 4
This is a final call for Sheriff and Constable, Place 4 applicants wishing to be placed on the ballot in the November general election as Republican Candidates. Interested persons residing in Hidalgo County, having a strong law enforcement background, and having voted in the 2014 Republican Primary or not having voted in either primary election are invited to send a resume to the following:
The deadline for submitting applications is August 1.

Sergio Sanchez
Hidalgo County Republican Party, Chairman

Mayor of Mission, Beto Salinas Endorses Judge Jaime Tijerina!

The Keep Judge Tijerina Campaign is pleased to announce that Norberto “Beto” Salinas, Mayor of Mission, Texas is endorsing the campaign of Jaime Tijerina for 92nd District Court. 


“I’m honored to receive Mayor Salinas’ endorsement. He’s a friend and great public servant to Mission and the Rio Grande Valley. His support means a great deal to our campaign to keep fair and honest courts in Hidalgo County. I look forward to working with him during this campaign and in the future.”


Legislative Hearing July 24, 2014

TIME & DATE: 10:00 AM, Thursday, July 24, 2014 PLACE: La Joya, Texas
CHAIR: Sen. Joan Huffman and Rep. Senfronia Thompson

The Joint Interim Committee to Study Human Trafficking will hear invited and public testimony on Thursday, July 24th at 10:00 a.m. at La Joya ISD, School Board Auditorium at the Central Office. Address: 604 Coyote Dr, La Joya, TX 78560.

The Committee will:
* Hear testimony on ways to further combat human trafficking along the Texas border and region
* Discuss services available to victims

Organizational Meeting 07/22/2014


The next meeting will be Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 6:30P.M. at 5804 N. 23rd Street, McAllen, Texas 78504. All Executive Committee members are expected to attend and all other interested persons are welcome.

Several important items will come up for a vote and we will be discussing the bylaws. Copies of the agenda and the proposed bylaws have been mailed to every member. If you have not yet been sworn in, please prepare to do so at this meeting.

Lucy Snearley – HCGOP Secretary

Executive Committee Meeting 06/30/2014


The next meeting will be Monday, June 30, 2014 at 6:30P.M. at 5804 N. 23rd Street, McAllen, Texas 78504.

The main item on the agenda is to consider and vote on the press release that will be sent regarding the recent immigration crisis. The Executive Committee Meetings as a quorum is required so that we can send it out to the press ASAP.

As was announced at last night’s meeting, anyone wishing to speak during the public comments portion of the meeting must sign up on a separate sign-in sheet before being recognized by the chairman.

In order to encourage your attendance at this important meeting, there will be a surprise. HINT: Your new secretary likes to bake!

Lucy Snearley – HCGOP Secretary