You Are Invited To A Senate District 11 SREC Candidates Forum
May 6, 2014
One of the primary actions at the State Convention is to elect new SD 11 State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) members to take office immediately upon the close of the convention. There are nine (9) candidates running for this office. Come and hear each candidate tell you why he or she is the best for the position. These are the people that will be making all the important decisions of the Texas Republican Party until the next convention.
Incumbent SD11 SREC committeewoman Sheryl Berg will bring you up to speed on the duties and responsibilities of the office. Following Sheryl will be a presentation by each candidate. Come listen and learn. Precinct Chairs should inform delegates in their precincts about this forum.
Example of how they have accomplished this in the past:
Texas GOP Prepares to BAN Recordings of their Votes at SREC Open Meetings
Webster, Texas – Dennis Paul officially announced his candidacy for the State Representative District 129 seat which has become vacant following the retirement of State Representative John Davis.
Dennis has been married to his wonderful wife Eliza for 26 years and they are the proud parents of an 18 year old daughter, Elizabeth, who just graduated from St. Agnus Academy in Houston. Dennis, himself, is a graduate of the University of Houston and has been an Engineer for 27 years. His family attends St. Bernadette Catholic Church.
As a conservative, Dennis desires less government and more freedom. He actively works as a Republican grassroots volunteer serving as a local precinct chair for 15 years and as a member of the State Republican Executive Committee for 7 years. He has served as a delegate to numerous Precinct, Senatorial, State and National conventions. Given his commitment, it’s no surprise that half of the District 129 Pct. Chairs are already supporting Dennis. Whether serving as a student leading College Republicans, assisting in campaigns, or engaging in local Republican clubs, Dennis has led the way.
Dennis is also an active member and leader among a variety of community organizations including: Knights of Columbus, Space Center Rotary Club, Downtown Pachyderm Club, Clear Lake Area Republicans and multiple professional engineering organizations.
Dennis is a worker ready to get the job done. As an engineer, Dennis volunteers in disaster areas to insure stable structures. He worked to pass a Good Samaritan law in the Texas Legislature to protect volunteers from frivolous lawsuits. One project Dennis worked on was developing a plan to clean up Armand Bayou before the EPA forced a Washington solution on a local problem.
Dennis is committed to serving his community and leading by example with the conservative principles he cherishes. He will fight to defend the constitution, to stem the tide of illegal immigration, reduce our property tax burden, support education and for less government regulation. We need a worker and a leader like Dennis Paul as our State Representative for District 129 because he demonstrates our shared conservative values and has the character and experience to be a trusted leader.
Contact Dennis Paul: 281-280-9972
Did you know that Chuck Maricle announced his candidacy for the Texas House of Representatives, District 129?
Letter from Chuck Maricle:
I am running for Texas House of Representatives, District 129 which will be an open seat. There are, to say the least, a wide selection of candidates running in this primary.
Experience and proven leadership are essential elements to “getting things done” in Austin. As a good friend of mine says often “Get mad, you lose”. We as citizens and our representatives, must keep cool heads, responding – not reacting, to the threats that attack our communities. I am fortunate to have had many opportunities to represent legislative issues to the Texas Senate and House, gaining friendship and respect in the process. As one of our State Senators reminded me the other night, “Problems are resolved not by throwing the long pass but fighting it out six yards at a time on the field. You have to pitch your tent, preach your cause and get people to join in the fight.”
Very true words. Activists may get on TV, but real leaders get the job done.
Precinct 415 is an important area for this campaign. Please take the time to read the press release which will give you a concise background on my qualifications. I am always open to meet with you or for any event in your area.
We have several challenges ahead of us. First and foremost, keeping Texas in charge of Texas’ community, taxation, health care, education and immigration issues. Our demographics are changing quickly and we must, as a community, focus on outreach to keep this a Republican held area. We can expect a strong, well-funded Democratic challenge for this seat so be ready to get into the fight.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting with you at your convenience!
Did you know that Sheryl Berg announced her candidacy for the Texas House of Representatives, District 129?
I’m excited to be announcing my candidacy for the Texas House of Representatives but I know I can’t do it without your input and support. I need to ask a quick favor.
My campaign has launched a new Facebook page where we will be posting updates from the campaign trail and where you can weigh-in on the issues facing our community.
Will you please help me by taking a moment now to “like” my new Facebook page? You’ll be helping me reach a bigger audience and get my campaign kicked-off to a strong start! Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you.