Fierce conservative Republican warrior Reagan Reed leads County Executive Committee to pass resolution calling for removal of SH 242 flyover tolls

Conroe, February 21 – Fierce conservative Republican warrior Reagan Reed led the Montgomery County Republican Party Executive Committee to pass a resolution calling for the removal of the State Highway 242 flyover tolls immediately. An overwhelming vote of 30 in favor to 13 against was the final action of the committee of the County’s Republican […]

Breaking News: Montgomery County GOP Precinct Chairs force County Executive Committee emergency meeting over SH 242 flyovers toll removal

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, February 12 – Montgomery County Republican Party Precinct Chairs have gathered the necessary signatures and called for an emergency meeting of the County Republican Executive Committee next Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at 7:30 p.m., at the Commissioners Court meeting room on the fourth floor of the Alan B. Sadler Building in Conroe […]

AN OPEN LETTER TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY JUDGE CRAIG DOYAL, PRECINCT 1 COMMISSIONER MIKE MEADOR, AND COUNTY AUDITOR PHYLLIS MARTIN

March 3, 2017 Honorable Craig Doyal, County Judge Honorable Mike Meador, Precinct 1 Commissioner Honorable Phyllis Martin, County Auditor Dear Judge Doyal, Commissioner Meador, and Ms. Martin, Senator Phil Gramm predicted in 1996 during a speech in College Station that the United States would suffer a fiscal collapse if government spending increased at its 1990s […]

County GOP Executive Committee endorses significant County spending reductions, 20% homestead exemption, increased law enforcement funding

County GOP Executive Committee endorses significant County spending reductions, 20% homestead exemption, increased law enforcement funding

Image: Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States (left), with Reagan Reed, Montgomery County GOP Precinct 50 Chairman (right). Conroe, February 28 – The Montgomery County GOP Executive Committee voted decisively to endorse a proposal to cut significantly County spending overall, to adopt a 20% homestead exemption for County property taxes, and to increase […]