March 6 2018 Primary Election

Bexar County March 6, 2018 Primary Election

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OFFICE CANDIDATE RECOMMEND
U. S. Senator Ted Cruz ENDORSED
U. S. Representative District 21 Francisco “Quico” Canseco ENDORSED
U. S. Representative District 23 Alma Arredondo-Lynch ENDORSED
U. S. Representative District 35 Sherrill Kenneth (SK) Alexander ENDORSED
Governor Greg Abbott ENDORSED
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick ENDORSED
Attorney General Ken Paxton ENDORSED
Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar ENDORSED
Commissioner of the General Land Office Jerry Patterson ENDORSED
Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller ENDORSED
Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick ENDORSED
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 Jimmy Blacklock ENDORSED
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 John Devine ENDORSED
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Jeff Brown ENDORSED
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals   NO ENDORSEMENT
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 7 Barbara Parker Hervey ENDORSED
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8 Michelle Slaughter ENDORSED
State Senator, District 25 Donna Campbell ENDORSED
State Representative District 116 Fernando Padron ENDORSED
State Representative District 117 Michael Berlanga ENDORSED
State Representative District 118 John Lujan ENDORSED
State Representative District 120   UNOPPOSED
State Representative District 121 Matt Beebe ENDORSED
State Representative District 122 Chris Fails ENDORSED
State Representative District 124   NO ENDORSEMENT
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 Marialyn Barnard ENDORSED
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 Jason Pulliam ENDORSED
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District, Place 4 Patrick Ballantyne UNOPPOSED
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 Rebecca Simmons ENDORSED
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District, Place 7 Shane Stolarczyk FAVOR
District Judge, 45th Judicial District   NO ENDORSEMENT
District Judge, 144th Judicial District Lorina Rummel ENDORSED
District Judge, 150th Judicial District Renee Yanta ENDORSED
District Judge, 186th Judicial District Jefferson Moore ENDORSED
District Judge, 187th Judicial District Joey Contreras FAVOR
District Judge, 224th Judicial District Cathleen “Cathy” Stryker ENDORSED
District Judge, 226th Judicial District David P. Martin ENDORSED
District Judge, 227th Judicial District Kevin M. O’Connell ENDORSED
District Judge, 285th Judicial District Richard Price ENDORSED
District Judge, 288th Judicial District Joseph P. Appelt ENDORSED
District Judge, 289th Judicial District Daphne Previti Austin ENDORSED
District Judge, 290th Judicial District Melisa Skinner ENDORSED
District Judge, 436th Judicial District Lisa K. Jarrett UNOPPOSED
District Judge, 437th Judicial District Lori I. Valenzuela ENDORSED
Criminal District Attorney Bexar County Tylden Shaeffer UNOPPOSED
County Judge Tom Rickhoff ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.1 John D. Fleming II ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.2 Jason Wolff ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.3 Ashley Foster FAVOR
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.4 Jason R. Garrahan ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.5 Linda Molina ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.6 Wayne Christian ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.7   NO ENDORSEMENT
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.8   NO ENDORSEMENT
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.9 Walden Shelton UNOPPOSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.10   NO ENDORSEMENT
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.11 Tommy Stolhandske ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.12 Scott Roberts ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.13 Crystal Chandler ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.14 Susan Skinner ENDORSED
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.15 Bob Behrens ENDORSED
Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No.1 Anna Gordon Torres ENDORSED
Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No.2 Art Rossi ENDORSED
District Clerk Donna Kay McKinney UNOPPOSED
County Clerk   NO ENDORSEMENT
County Commissioner Pct.2 Theresa Connolly ENDORSED
Justice of the Peace Pct.3 Place.1   NO ENDORSEMENT
Bexar County Chairman Cynthia Brehm ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 1121   NO ENDORSEMENT
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3020 Jeff Judson ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3022   NO ENDORSEMENT
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3025 James Lee Murphy III ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3047 Joseph Buntin ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3059   NO ENDORSEMENT
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3075 Etta Fanning ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3082 Don Carol  ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3083 Chris Anderson ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3084 Rosanne Keinath ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3089 Mark Metzger ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3105 Ashley Montemayor ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3135 Loyette Schott ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3157 Robert Cantu ENDORSED
Precinct Chair, Precinct No. 3199   NO ENDORSEMENT
Proposition 1 Replace Property Tax NO
Proposition 2 No new toll roads without vote YES
Proposition 3 House Republicans choose Speaker YES
Proposition 4 Require E-Verify for new hires YES
Proposition 5 Empower education choice YES
Proposition 6 Privacy and safety in public facilities YES
Proposition 7 Abolish abortion in Texas YES
Proposition 8 Make voter fraud a felony YES
Proposition 9 Texas demands Obamacare repeal YES
Proposition 10 Property tax cap 4%, vote if higher YES
Proposition 11 No funding for professional sports YES

Republican Party Primary Election

Proposition 1
Texas should replace the property tax system with an appropriate consumption tax equivalent.

Proposition 2
No governmental entity should ever construct or fund construction of toll roads without voter approval.

Proposition 3
Republicans in the Texas House should select their Speaker nominee by secret ballot in a binding caucus without Democrat influence.

Proposition 4
Texas should require employers to screen new hires through the free E-Verify system to protect jobs for legal workers.

Proposition 5
Texas families should be empowered to choose from public, private, charter, or homeschool options for their children’s education, using tax credits or exemptions without government constraints or intrusion.

Proposition 6
Texas should protect the privacy and safety of women and children in spaces such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers in all Texas schools and government buildings.

Proposition 7
I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas.

Proposition 8
Voter fraud should be a felony in Texas to help ensure fair elections.

Proposition 9
Texas demands that Congress completely repeal Obamacare.

Proposition 10
To slow the growth of property taxes, yearly revenue increases should be capped at 4%, with increases in excess of 4% requiring voter approval.

Proposition 11
Tax dollars should not be used to fund the building of stadiums for professional or semi-professional sports teams.