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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.

Texas Primary Reminders:
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Early voting runs February 18th –28th
Primary election day is March 4th
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Special Election for SD 4 plus Runoff Elections for March Primary


Special Election** in State Senate District 4 plus Primary Election Runoffs

Primary Election Runoff Dates~Tuesday, May 27th Election Day

Primary Runoff Early Voting-Monday, May 19th thru Friday, May 23rd

**Special Election for SD 4-view candidate ratings below

**SD 4 Special Election Day is May 10th

**Early Voting for SD 4-Monday, April 28th thru Tuesday, May 6th

TSRA-PAC's Runoff Voter's Guide (click this link) 

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

**Special Election

On May 10th, Senate District 4 (Chambers, Galveston (1%), Harris (3%), Jefferson, and Montgomery (86%) counties) will go to the polls to decide on a state senator to complete the term in office for retiring Senator Tommy Williams (R).   The candidates for this election include the following, those with a legislative track record are rated based on their record vote in addition to their returned candidate questionnaire shared between NRA and TSRA.  The candidate rated AQ is rated solely on the returned questionnaire.  All are considered to be "friendly" to the second amendment. TSRA PAC makes no endorsement for this Special Election.

Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe)  Rated A

Michael Galloway (R-Tomball) Rated A

Gordy Bunch (R-The Woodlands) Rated AQ

Steve Toth (R-The Woodlands) Rated A

Remember a candidate wins their party's primary when a candidate received more than 50% plus one of the votes cast.  Several primary races, including statewide office, offered voters several candidates making it less likely for any one candidate to reach the 50% number.

The November General Election version of the TSRA Guide will be posted in late summer.

As the NRA state affiliate, TSRA-PAC does not score or make endorsements in federal races.  NRA has 10 federal lobbyists.  We look to the folks with "boots on the ground" to provide unbiased, factual, and up to date information on those running for the U.S. Senate or Congress. 

Thank your for your continued and generous donations to the TSRA PAC.   These funds are used to elect and reelect pro-gun candidates in Texas.  Contributions and disbursements are reported to the Texas Ethics Commission and are not tax deductible.

Look for a donation form in the TSRA Sportsman magazine or call 512-615-4200.   Give to the PAC!   



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


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