Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Repulican primary voting on May 29th... Get out and vote for your TDCJ retirement and insurance benefits !


The Republican primaries are just right around the corner on May 29th 2012. The Employees 
union has forwarded us a list of candidates that are said to support TDCJ employee
retirement and insurance issues. We may just need these guys in our corner the way 
the system is headed today!... GET OUT AND VOTE!! 
 
TEXAS SENATE 

District 1: Senator Kevin Eltief 
Counties: Gregg, Harrison, Lamar, Marion, Morris, Panola, Red River, Rusk, Smith ,
Titus, Upshur and Wood 

TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

District 4: Lance Gooden Counties: Kaufman and all but the northwestern part of
Henderson County 
District 5: Mary Lakadoo Counties: Rains, Wood and the non-Tyler area of Smith 
District 7: Tommy Merritt Counties: Upshur and Gregg 
District 8: Byron Cook Counties: Hill, Navarro, Freestone and Anderson 
District 9: Christopher Paddie, Jr. Counties: Cass, Marion, Harrison, Panola, Shelby
and Sabine 
District 10: Jim Pitts Counties: Ellis and the northwestern part of Henderson County 
District 11: Chuck Hopson Counties: Cherokee, Nacogdoches and Rusk 
District 13: Lois Kolkhorst Counties: Washington, Austin, Waller, Colorado and Lavaca 
District 18: John Otto Counties: Walker, San Jacinto, Liberty)
District 19: Mike “Tuffy” Hamilton Counties: Polk, Hardin, Jasper, Newton and Tyler 
District 22: Allan Ritter Counties: Orange County and northeast Jefferson County
(incl. Nederland)
 

4 comments:

  1. who is representing Montgomery county?

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  2. You will remain unrepresented in Montgomery County. Rep Brandon Creighton is a jerk and could care less about TDCJ employees. He is unopposed in this race in District 16. Just leave the ballot a "no vote" on this section. Just vote against this guy in the General Election if there is a Dem or a LIB on the ballot. In the next primary race in two years, maybe he will have a candidate correctional employees can support if someone sees he is unpopular enough in the general election.

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    1. thank you good to know>

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  3. Could we actually start getting 12 hrs sick time a month instead of 8, since we work 12 hr shifts

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