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Texas GOP, Herrera Campaign “Under Review” by Federal Election Commission

The Federal Election Commission has opened a “Matter Under Review” involving allegations that the Republican Party of Texas and the campaign of unsuccessful Congressional candidate Brandon Herrera potentially violated federal campaign finance law, The Texas Voice has learned.  Last month, The Texas Voice reported that the campaign of Brandon Herrera, who waged an unsuccessful primary challenge against Republican Congressman […]

Democratic Donor Pleads Guilty in Cuellar Corruption Case

Florencio “Lencho” Rendon, a businessman with a long history of donating to Democratic politicians, has pled guilty to federal charges stemming from his role in an alleged scheme facilitating bribes to Texas Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar. Congressman Cuellar and his wife were indicted last week on charges involving what the United States Department of Justice describes […]

Legal Questions Surround Texas GOP Involvement in CD 23 Runoff

Recent mailers sent by the Republican Party of Texas opposing Republican Congressman Tony Gonzales and supporting his Primary runoff opponent, YouTube personality Brandon Herrera, have raised the eyebrows of political observers stunned by the Party’s unprecedented actions to influence a Primary election.  According to one expert, the actions surrounding these mailers likely run afoul of […]

Texas GOP Infrastructure Crumbles as Leftist Groups Staff Up

Campaign finance reports released by the Federal Election Commission last week show that the condition of the Republican Party of Texas has deteriorated significantly compared to the same time during the 2020 election cycle.  This latest report, which covers the Party’s federal account through the end of March, showed the Party with a cash-on-hand balance […]

Former Texas GOP Executive Director Condemns Attacks Against Dana Myers

John Beckmeyer, who served as Executive Director of the Republican Party of Texas during most of the tenure of outgoing State Chairman Matt Rinaldi, released a statement yesterday in the wake of a recent e-mail from several members of the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) that accused Republican Party of Texas Vice Chair Dana Myers […]

CD 23 Candidate Herrera Mocked Abbott’s Disability Then Lied About It

Brandon Herrera, a candidate in the Republican runoff for Congressional District 23, has made comments mocking Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s disability and use of a wheelchair on at least two occasions. Although these comments appear on videos publicly posted on the internet, Herrera denied making any such remarks when questioned about the issue by a […]

Closed Primary Rule Proposal to be Considered at Texas GOP Convention

Delegates to the Republican Party of Texas State Convention in May will likely consider the issue of closed primaries after the State Republican Executive Committee voted to support a proposed rule change at their meeting last month.  On February 10, the State Republican Executive Committee voted to recommend the proposed Republican Party of Texas Rule […]

Texas GOP Chairman Rinaldi Endorsed by Blackrock

According to records on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the controversial investment firm Blackrock voted its shares in Braemar Hotels and Resorts in support of Republican Party of Texas Chairman Matt Rinaldi to serve as a director of Braemar. A practicing attorney, Rinaldi has served on the board of Braemar since the company became […]

Soros Continues Texas Spending Spree While GOP Fundraising Lags

George Soros, the liberal New York billionaire and prolific pollical donor who has long sought to transform the criminal justice system, made significant investments into progressive political organizations in Texas last year. According to campaign finance reports filed with the Texas Ethics Commission, Soros donated over $2.5 million to a handful of Democratic party organizations […]