Category Archives: Elections

An Honest Opinion on the 2016 General Election

First, let me say, I’m not here to tell you who to vote for, you have to decide that yourself; however, it is important that we discuss these things and bounce ideas off each other to help each of us better understand who will best represent us and allow our voices to best be heard […]


How to fix Election Disenfranchisement in the U.S.A.

Recently I received a call from a political action group – which will remain unnamed – trying to allow anyone to vote in primary elections. I thought this was strange because from what I know, anyone over the age of 18, who’s a U.S.A. citizen, hasn’t been convicted of a felony, and who’s willing to […]


Texas 2013 local elections approaching

For many people in the U.S.A., the political season is behind them for another four years. For the more enlightened, they are looking to the elections in two years, but for the die-hard political activists, at least in Texas, we have our sights on the upcoming “local political subdivisions and counties” elections to be held […]


Running for 2012 U.S. Congressional Elections in Texas 32nd District

In November 2011 I started to seriously consider running for office. I had certainly thought of doing it before, but after receiving a number of general inquires, via mass e-mail, from the Texas and National Libertarian parties I figured it would at least be a great learning experience. This page is in no way legal […]


Not sure who to vote for? Check out the list of available candidate profiles

With the Nov. 6th, 2012 general election quickly approaching, deciding who to vote for can be a difficult task, and is likely the reason why so many voters chose to do a straight party ticket; however, with very low congressional approval ratings, and more voters wanting to make informed decisions, it’s important that voters have reliable […]


Sample ballots now available for 2012 general election in Texas

Dallas County and Collin County have released their sample ballots for the 2012 general election. These sample ballots are important as they allow voters to preview the options, allowing them to know which specific candidates they need to research. Also available are lists of voting locations and times for early voting. In generally early voting will start on the 23rd of October, and […]


Contenders for Texas’ U.S. Senate 2012 election

It’s ramp up time for the general election happening on November 6th, 2012. One of the races this year is Texas’ U.S. Senate contest. Here are the basics that you need to know about each candidate: Ted Cruz is the expected winner in this very strongly Republican state, but is he truly the best candidate? His […]


Gary Johnson and John Jay Myers head to Dallas for Texas Swing Tour

August 16th, 2012, Gary Johnson, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. President, has been in Dallas since last night as part of hisTexas Swing Tour with senatorial candidateJohn Jay Myers. His first stop in Dallas was at the Free Man Cajun Cafe in Deep Ellum for a party with other Libertarian’s, and theirtour van Jack Gault. Gary Johnson and John Jay […]


Contenders for Dallas, Texas congressional district 32 for 2012 elections

Authors note: While this article may seem biased as there is a clear conflict of interest, I have provided plenty of links to help readers do their own research so they can decide for themselves. Seth Hollist With the primary elections over, it’s time to ramp up for general election happening on November 6th, 2012. […]


Texas primary run-off elections over as general election campaigns start up

The primary run-off elections are now over, and Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and also Green Party candidates have made their way on to the November ballot. There are even some independents that have been collecting signatures to get ballot status. Now it’s time to head off to the races as we start to see signs and advertisements for these candidates over the next few months. […]


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