Longtime conservative Republican leader Betty Anderson announces her endorsements for November 5 election, against Conroe ISD’s $677.3 Million bond

Longtime conservative Republican leader Betty Anderson announces her endorsements for November 5 election, against Conroe ISD’s $677.3 Million bond

Image: Longtime Christian conservative Republican political activist Betty Anderson.

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

Shenandoah, October 11 – Long time Christian, conservative, and Republican political activist Betty Anderson announced her endorsements and recommendations for the November 5, 2019, General Election. Early voting begins in that election on October 21, 2019, and extends through November 1, 2019.

Anderson is one of the more senior and experienced Republican Precinct Chairs and Election Judges in Montgomery County. She has long served as the Republican Precinct Chair for Voting Precinct 31, which presently votes at the Shenandoah City Hall, although in the November 5 election, due to consolidation of voting boxes, that Precinct will vote at Windsor Hills Club House on State Highway 242.

Anderson is the Founder and currently a Board of Directors member of the Montgomery County Eagle Forum.

Anderson’s contacts number in the thousands. Many voters correctly listen to Anderson for her recommendations in each election. Anderson issued her formal recommendations on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, in an email blast to her friends and followers.

Anderson’s formal recommendations follow:

ELECTIONS – TUESDAY, November 5.   

Helpful Voter Info & Recommendations [as of this date].

I will be revising & updating information in the next few weeks but some people have received Ballots to Vote by Mail & need to vote early, so I’m sending what I have for you today.

You can scroll down for some (not all) of the Nov. 5th elections.  I have attended meetings, studied the candidates’ answers to questionnaires, interviewed candidates, met and spoken to some of them personally.  I’ve also studied other endorsements.  Some races are difficult decisions while others are very obvious.  If you’ve done your research and have made your decisions, I want to thank you for all your hard work.  On the other hand, if you haven’t made up your mind on some of the races, you may want to check out the information below. 




ALERT:  Many voting precincts have been consolidated, so be sure to check & see where you vote on Election Day. 

Find your ELECTION DAY POLLING LOCATION & see your SAMPLE BALLOT:

   https://elections.mctx.org/vrlookup.asp?curLang=English

Better yet:  Vote Early!

  Early Voting Locations & Times

(My Voting Precinct 31 votes at WINDSOR HILLS Club House, off of Hwy 242.) 

1.  Statewide Election:  Proposed Ammendmants to the Texas Constitution which the legislature passed, but voters have an opportunity to vote up or down.  Proposition 4 is very important.to support, in my opinion.

Pros & Cons from Empower Texans/ Texans for Fiscal Responsibility:

        https://empowertexans.com/2019-constitutional-recommendations/

2.  CISD School BondI’m voting NO.  (Montgomery County Republican Party passed a resolution AGAINST both CISD School Bond proposals.)  This is another pile of much junk, too much of it not benefiting the classrooms.  And there’s a lot of deceptive advertising on this bond, much of which our tax funds are helping to paying for.  If these bonds are approved, CISD will be over $$ Two BILLION $$ in debt, including the interest!  –We’re always told it’s for the children.  Yes, it’s for the children to PAY for – over the next 25 years.   (I’ll be emailing more details about this closer to Oct. 21, the start of early voting.)

3.  The Woodlands Township Directors – Montgomery County Tea Party’s excellent vetting committee results.

I’m especially recommending Shelly Sekula Gibbs (because both her opponents are registered, voting Democrats & she’s a long time Republican.

     Position 5 – Shelley Sekula-Gibbs  (Both of her opponents have voted in a Democrat primary.)

     Position 6 – Ann K. Snyder  (One of her opponents – Alan Richel – has voted in a Democrat primary.)

     Position 7 – Bob Milner (One of his opponents – David Cassidy – has voted in a Democrat primary.)

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