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Part 4 – Political Campaign Finances: Uncontested Candidates

Part 4 in a series on the campaign finance reports of candidates running for local offices.   We previously reported summaries of the campaign finance reports filed by candidates running in contested races.  By reader request, here are the campaign finances for candidates in uncontested races.  Candidates that do not have ...

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Part 3 – Political Campaign Finances: Candidates for Pct 2 Constable

Part 3 in a series on the campaign finance reports of candidates running for local offices. Candidates are listed in ballot order.   Shane Loosier Total Expenses Reported:  $6,357.64 Total Contributions Reported:  $5,382.00 Top Campaign Donors: $1,985 – Jeff Bradley* $500 – Lucille Benthall $300 – Champe Miller $250 – ...

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Part 2 – Political Campaign Finances: Candidates for Pct 1 Commissioner

Part 2 in a series on the campaign finance reports of candidates running for local offices. Candidates are listed in ballot order. Tom DeYoung Total Expenses Reported:  $12,510.72 Total Contributions Reported:  $1,525 Top Political Donors: $800 – Juan & Donna Pinon $250 – Keith & Missy Walls $100 – Joe ...

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Part 1 – Political Campaign Finances: Candidates for Pct 3 Commissioner

Part 1 in a series on the campaign finance reports of candidates running for local offices. Democrat and Republican candidates on the March 2015 Primary Election ballot are included.  Candidates are listed in ballot order. Glen Ray Reader Total Expenses Reported:  $6,331.58 Total Contributions Reported:  $1650.00 Top Campaign Donors: $500 ...

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The Other Political Party in Walker County

Walker County Libertarian Party readies for local delegate elections.   by Walker County News Today Staff Members of the Walker County Libertarian Party held their monthly meeting on Wednesday evening to make plans for their upcoming caucus and county convention. Unlike the Republican and Democrat parties, the Libertarian Party holds ...

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City Gears Up to Target Mobile Home Owners Again

Huntsville Planning Commission prepares to take aim at mobile homes inside city limits By Walker County News Today staff   After least year’s citizen backlash over proposed mobile home restrictions, the city of Huntsville is once again poised to try to take on the issue of mobile homes within the ...

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City Could End Up with $4.3M Busts of Presidents

Cost to city Taxpayers a Projected $100,000 By Walker County News Today staff Houston sculptor and Huntsville native David Adickes, the creator of Huntsville’s 67-foot Sam Houston Statue on Interstate 45 South, appeared before Huntsville City Council on Tuesday to offer a complete set of 43 massive busts of former U.S. Presidents valued ...

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Meet the Candidates: Office of Precinct 1 Commissioner

Candidates for the office of Walker County Precinct 1 Commissioner in the March 2016 Primary election.  Candidates are listed in ballot order.   Tom DeYoung Relevant experience:  TDCJ 28 Years (Retired) Facilities and Maintenance Supervisor, Alpha Omega Academy Small business owner for 16 years Construction worker experience (2 years) Volunteer ...

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Meet the Candidates: Office of Precinct 3 Commissioner

Candidates for the Office of Walker County Precinct 3 Commissioner for the March 2016 Primary Election.  Candidates are listed in ballot order.   Glen Ray Reeder Mr. Reeder did not respond to our request for information. Bill Tutor Relevant experience:   Elected to Riverside Water Supply Corp Board of Directors ...

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Meet the Candidates: Chair of the Walker County Republican Party

Candidates for the office of Walker County Republican Party Chair for the March 2016 Republican Primary. Candidates are listed in the order they will appear on the ballot.   Madilene Loosier Relevant experience: I worked for 2 Sheriffs as a dispatcher in the 1990’s at the Walker County Sheriff’s Office and ...

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