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The 2014 election season is upon us!

Vote for candidates during this Primary election that will protect your 2nd Amendment rights. " Download our runoff guide to see which candidates are NRA-PVF endorsed ". Only candidates facing a primary opponent are included.

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Primary election day is March 4th
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State Senate Special Election SD-28

Early Voting Begins Monday, Aug. 25th thru Friday, Sept. 5th

Election Day is Tuesday, Sept. 9th

Voter Turn-Out is Expected to be Light!   Please Vote!

TSRA-PAC endorses Republican candidate Charles Perry (R-Lubbock)rated A+ and Endorsed.

As a state representative, Charles Perry passed HB 1421 during the 2013 legislative session to encourage law enforcement agencies to offer confiscated firearms, which could not be returned to a rightful owner, for sale at public auction to FFLs with the income from such sales returned to law enforcement. Charles Perry also signed-on as co-author for many other pro-gun bills and maintains a perfect voting record.

Candidates for this 51 county special election include:

Charles Perry (R-Lubbock) A+ and endorsed

Jodey Arrington (R-Lubbock) rated A-

Delwin Jones (R-Lubbock) rated B

EM Garza (R-Wolfforth) rated AQ

Greg Wortham (D-Sweetwater) rated ?? (did not return questionnaire)


Elections in Texas

Primary Election Runoff Voter's Guide

 Check the Texas Secretary of State's home page for Election Night Returns and other election information. 

Primary Election Runoff

Check out the TSRAPAC voters' guide before voting.  click on the links above. 

Texas rules for voting in a Primary Runoff election.  In Texas a voter cannot cross party lines when it comes to a primary election runoff.  If you voted in the Democartic Primary election, you cannot chose to vote in the Republican runoff and vice-versa; however, if you did not vote in a primary election in 2014, you can still vote in a primary runoff.  

To view election night results and for more voter and election information visit the Texas Secretary of State's website

Read more: Elections in Texas



PAC page is active during election years and legislative updates can be found at the TSRA.com home page or at "Tripp Talk".


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