Why Montgomery County Commissioners Court salaries are far too high: “I sure could use the money”

Why Montgomery County Commissioners Court salaries are far too high: “I sure could use the money”

Conroe, November 26 – Montgomery County Commissioners Court salaries are far too high, as a result of the Commissioners Court ignoring the outside world and giving themselves enormous salary increases seven out of the last ten years. The salary increases amount of raises of 72.17% for the County Judge since 2008 and 76.80% for the […]

Zeaolous candidates file during first hour of March 2018 Republican Primary Election filing period

Conroe, November 12 – A rush of zealous candidates for the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election swarmed upon the Republican Party Headquarters on Saturday, November 12, 2017. “More positive reforms are coming,” Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark announced as he became the first candidate officially to file for a position on the ballot […]

Georgia election server wiped after suit filed

A computer server crucial to a lawsuit against Georgia election officials was quietly wiped clean by its custodians just after the suit was filed, The Associated Press has learned. The server’s data was destroyed July 7 by technicians at the Center for Elections Systems at Kennesaw State University, which runs the state’s election system. The […]

Venezuela opposition claims evidence of tampered vote count

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela’s opposition presented evidence Thursday of possible ballot tampering in gubernatorial elections, seeking to bolster its claim that its shock loss at the polls was the result of fraud. The Democratic Unity Roundtable’s claim rests on results from a single race, in industrial Bolivar state, where pro-government candidate Justo Noguera was […]

Montgomery County Citizens give Trump an A and Congress an F at Texas Patriots PAC meeting (Part 2 of 2)

Montgomery County Citizens give Trump an A and Congress an F at Texas Patriots PAC meeting (Part 2 of 2)

Image: State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, speaking at the Tuesday, September 19, 2017, meeting of the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC, said, “It’s good to be out of Austin.” The Woodlands, September 21 – After Mark Keough, State Representative and reform candidate for Montgomery County Judge, spoke about government accountability to the packed […]

When candidates run for office, guess whose job it is to make a SERIOUS decision?

Conroe, The Woodlands, New Caney, Magnolia, Montgomery, Porter, Willis, and Everywhere Else in Montgomery County, July 8 – Over the course of the past few weeks, three candidates have announced their intentions to run for the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, a governmental body seriously in need of major reform. Montgomery County’s government suffers from the […]

Conservatives unlikely to win British Parliament majority

LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Britain’s parliamentary election (all times local): 6 a.m. British media are reporting that Conservatives can no longer win an outright majority in Parliament. Sky News reported early Friday that Labour held the seat of Southampton Test, guaranteeing that no party will reach the 326 seats necessary for an overall […]

Woodlands RDRC, Village Elections Unofficial Results

Alden Bridge Residential Design Review Committee Vote for five (5) Pilar Sanz-Rogers (i) – 15 Randolph V. Schulze (i) –17 Claude Hunter (i) – 21 Arthur J. Bredehoft (i) –20 John R. Passero (i) – 17 Craig T. Meyers – 14 Creekside Park Residential Design Review Committee Vote for five (5) Lorraine Luce – 14 […]

Noack Accuses Cagle, Doyal of Threatening Engineers

January 20, 2017, The Woodlands – Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack accused Precinct 4 Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle of threatening engineers and engineering firms who politically have supported Noack. Noack posited, “Jack Cagle and [Montgomery County Judge] Craig Doyal threatened engineers that if they give [campaign contributions] to me, they won’t get work […]

Doyal, Riley, Clark Attorney Payments from Contributions Legal but Ethically Questionable

Austin, January 20 – The payments totaling more than $100,000 of County Judge Craig Doyal, Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Commissioner Jim Clark to their criminal defense attorneys are legal but ethically questionable. Doyal, Riley, and Clark filed their statutorily-required semiannual campaign finance reports with County Elections Administrator Suzie Harvey, sister of County Auditor Phyllis Martin, […]