Vote Republican – November 4, 2014


U. S. Senator  – John Cornyn

U. S. Representative, District 5  – Jeb Hensarling

Governor – Greg Abbott

Lieutenant Governor – Dan Patrick

Attorney General –  Ken Paxton

Comptroller of Public Accounts – Glenn Hegar

Commissioner of the General Land Office –  George P. Bush

Commissioner of Agriculture – Sid Miller

Railroad Commissioner – Ryan Sitton

Chief Justice, Supreme Court – Nathan Hecht

Justice Supreme Court, Place 6  – Jeff Brown
Unexpired Term

Justice Supreme Court, Place 7 – Jeff Boyd

Justice Supreme Court, Place 8 – Phil Johnson

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3 – Bert Richardson

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals , Place 4  – Kevin Patrick Yeary

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals,Place 9  – David Newell

State Senator, District 2  – Bob Hall

State Representative, District 4  – Stuart Spitzer

Justice , 5th Court of Appeals, Pl ace 3 – Ada Brown

Justice , 5th Court of Appeals, Place 5 – Craig Stoddart

Justice , 5th Court of Appeals, Place 6 – David L. Bridges

Justice , 5th Court of Appeals,Place 8 – Bill Whitehill

Judge, 86th Judicial District Court  – Casey Blair

Criminal District Attorney  – Erleigh Norville Wiley

County Judge  – Bruce Wood

County Court at Law –  Dennis Jones

County Court at Law #2  – Bobby Rich

District Clerk  – Rhonda Hughey

County Clerk  – Laura Hughes

County Treasurer  – Ronnie Oldfield

County Surveyor  – Greg Sjerven

Commissioner Precinct 2  – Skeet Phillips

Commissioner Precinct 4  – Jakie Allen

Justice of Peace Precinct 1  – Mary Bardin

Justice of Peace Precinct 2  – Patricia Ashcroft

Justice of Peace Precinct 3 – Mike Smith

Justice of Peace Precinct 4 – Johnny Adams

Constitutional Amendment

SJR1 would authorize the transfer of certain money from the general revenue fund to the state highway fund and the

economic stabilization fund. Money transferred to the state highway fund may be used solely for the construction, maintenance and acquisition of rights-of-way for public roadways.

The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows:

“The constitutional amendment providing for the use and dedication of certain money transferred to the state highway fund to assist in the completion of transportation construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation projects, not to include toll roads.”




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