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Pat Fallon Receives Republican Nomination For Congressional District 4
Aug08

Pat Fallon Receives Republican Nomination For Congressional District 4

Pat Fallon of Prosper received the Republican Party’s nomination for Congressional District 4 Saturday. Fallon replaces John Ratcliffe on the Nov. 3 ballot. Ratcliffe resigned the position upon being confirmed in May as the director of national intelligence. Pat Fallon, Congressional District 4 Republican nominee In order to be considered, a candidate had to be nominated by one of the county or precinct chairs at...

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Congressman Pat Fallon Plans ‘Tele-Town Hall’ Monday
Mar19

Congressman Pat Fallon Plans ‘Tele-Town Hall’ Monday

Congressman Pat Fallon plans to hold a “Tele-Town Hall” session Monday, March 22, for those interested in dialing in to hear what he has to say. “We’ll be getting constituents throughout the district on the phone to brief you on the latest news from Washington and answer any question you have about how your office can help you,” Fallon said in an announcement for his first planned “town hall”...

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Fallon, Slaton Receive Majority of Votes In Nov. 3 Election
Nov04

Fallon, Slaton Receive Majority of Votes In Nov. 3 Election

Republicans lead in Hopkins County and went on to win state officers in districts serving Hopkins County in the Nov. 3 election. Overall 15,989 of the registered votes in Hopkins County cast ballots in the Nov. 3 Elections, including 11,629 in-person during early voting, 1,141 mail ballots through the close of early voting and another 3,219 votes on Election Day, according to Hopkins County election night returns and the Secretary of...

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Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results
Nov03

Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results

Below are the unofficial final results of the Nov. 3 elections conducted in Hopkins County. Early voting results reflect Hopkins County totals only and include the total of absentee and early voting. Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Jay W. Julian – 1,764 votes (45.97 percent) early voting (EV) and 179 Election Day; total: 1943 total votes (43.67 percent)Mark Bradley – 933 votes (24.32 percent) EV and 162...

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School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County
Nov02

School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County

Registered Hopkins County voters will have one more change to cast ballots at any one of the 12 county voting locations between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 3, 2020. At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple...

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On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections
Oct14

On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections

At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple candidates. Local elections include those for Sulphur Springs City Council, Cumby City Council, Miller Grove ISD Board of Trustees and North Hopkins ISD Board of...

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Libertarian Lou Antonelli Seeking Texas 4th Congressional District Seat
Sep29

Libertarian Lou Antonelli Seeking Texas 4th Congressional District Seat

A meet and greet was hosted over the weekend at The Magic Scoop in Sulphur Springs for Lou Antonelli, who is the Libertarian candidate running for Texas 4th Congressional District seat, a seat held by John Ratcliffe until he was confirmed as the Director of National Intelligence. Lou Antonelli, Libertarian candidate for Texas 4th Congressional District Antonelli faces Democrat Russell FosterĀ and Republican Pat Fallon, who currently...

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Nondiscrimination Ordinance Battle Goes Statewide
Jan26

Nondiscrimination Ordinance Battle Goes Statewide

Nondiscrimination Ordinance Battle Goes Statewide by Bobby Blanchard, The Texas Tribune January 24, 2015 As fights brew in several Texas cities over nondiscrimination ordinances protecting gay people, state lawmakers are poised to dive into the fray. Since 2013, San Antonio, Houston and Plano have passed ordinances that offer lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people certain protections against discrimination in employment,...

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