The Palmer Post

Palmer Tea Party Endorsements for 2010 by dickaustin
July 20, 2010, 2:35 pm
Filed under: Dick Austin, Jon Box, The Palmer Post, The Palmer Tea Party

The Palmer Tea Party has made its endorsements known for the community.

Palmer Tea Party endorsements

Palmer Tea Party

PALMER – The Palmer Tea Party has issued its 2010 endorsements for the upcoming general election.

Due to our Tea Party consisting of mainly a group of the “Core 13” in and around Palmer, Bristol, Rockett and Ferris, choices for several races were difficult.

The endorsements were not without heated debate. The Palmer Tea Party will issue endorsements in the 2011 Palmer City Council and Palmer School Board election.

(Publisher’s Full Disclosure: The Palmer Post originally launched the Palmer Tea Party several months ago, and due to interest from Republicans, independents, Libertarians and newcomers, the paper facilitated several meetings and provided candidate lists and explanations for each. While Jon Box is a columnist for the paper, the Palmer Tea Party does not necessarily reflect the entire viewpoints of The Palmer Post)

Palmer Beer & Wine

U.S. Congress | 6th District
Republican Joe Barton

Ellis County Judge
Libertarian Brandy L. Owen

Ellis County Clerk
Republican Cindy Polley

Ellis County District Clerk
Libertarian Shannon Hunter

Ellis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
Libertarian Terri Delgado

Ellis County Commissioner Precinct 2
Libertarian Daryl Ray Spence

Ellis County JP Precinct 2
Libertarian Amy Sierra

Libertarian Kathie Glass

Lt. Governor
Republican David Dewhurst

Attorney General
Republican Greg Abbott

Republican Susan Combs

Land Commissioner
Republican Jerry Patterson

Ag Commissioner
Libertarian Rick Donaldson

Railroad Commissioner
Republican David Porter

State Supreme Court Place 3
Libertarian William Bryan Strange

State Supreme Court Place 5
Republican Paul Green

State Supreme Court Place 9
Republican Eva Guzman

Court of Criminal Appeals Place 2
Republican Larry Meyers

Court of Criminal Appeals Place 5
Republican Cheryl Johnson

Court of Criminal Appeals Place 6
Republican Michael Keasler
The Palmer Tea Party is a non-partisan organization devoted to restoring Constitutional government at City Hall and Congress. Anyone in the 75152 area code can join, or take part. Residents also welcome from Bristol, Ferris, Ennis, Trumbull and Rockett. For more information, contact Jon Box at


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