BREAKING NEWS! Former County Judge Sadler calls for Montgomery County Republican Party to move forward under new Bylaws

  BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, July 15 – Former Montgomery County Judge Alan B. Sadler, a longtime friend and ally of Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Wally Wilkerson called for an end to Wilkerson’s attempt to set aside the duly-adopted Bylaws of the Republican Party, after the June 26, 2018, County Executive Committee meeting at which […]

Montgomery County Republican Party issues upbeat statement; Wilkerson: “We’ll have no problem working together”

Conroe, July 4 – The Montgomery County Republican Party (MCRP) Executive Committee announced the adoption of new bylaws which will allow for the expansion of leadership roles in-order to create greater opportunities for elected Precinct Chairs and Community outreach. Montgomery County is regarded as one of the strongest Republican organizations in Texas.  With 80% of voters […]

Declaration for the Need for New By-Laws, by Kelli Cook

Kelli Cook, Guest Declarer Publisher’s Note: While Kelli Cook may look like a lady rancher from Montgomery, she’s a brilliant political philosopher and policy wonk. Cook truly is the “John Locke” of Montgomery County politics. When, in the course of the Montgomery County Republican Party, it becomes necessary for the precinct chairs to dissolve the […]

FLCPAC endorses Montgomery County Republican Party Bylaws changes

Montgomery, June 11 – The Freedom & Liberty Conservatives Political Action Committee (FLCPAC), a grassroots organization of conservatives supporting reform of the Montgomery County government, endorsed the proposed changes to the Bylaws of the Montgomery County Republican Party yesterday, according to the groups’ Chairman Jon Bouche. Bouche told The Golden Hammer, “Freedom and Liberty Conservative PAC […]

Conservative GOP Precinct Chairs make Proposed Bylaws available in The Golden Hammer

Conroe, June 9 – The conservative GOP Precinct Chairs in the County Executive Committee of the Republican Party of Montgomery County have proposed extensive changes to the Bylaws of the County Party. They released the full Proposed Bylaws to The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, yesterday afternoon. Article IX is the anti-melinda fredricks rule. […]

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 […]

Montgomery County Republican Party Area Chairman Gebolys compares Commissioners Court to highway robbers over Tx 249 Tollway

Montgomery County Republican Party Area Chairman Gebolys compares Commissioners Court to highway robbers over Tx 249 Tollway

Conroe, January 17 – Montgomery County Republican Party Area Chairman Paul Gebolys compared the Montgomery County Commissioners Court to “highwaymen…not…in the good sense” during comments he made to them during the January 9, 2018, meeting. Gebolys is both an elected Republican Precinct Chairman and an Area Chairman whom Walter Wilkerson, Jr., M.D., the County GOP […]

Establishment versus reform highlights news shorts – Texas Open Meetings criminal briefs, Magnolia area taxation without representation, Wilkerson fighting to keep anti-conservative control

Establishment versus reform highlights news shorts – Texas Open Meetings criminal briefs, Magnolia area taxation without representation, Wilkerson fighting to keep anti-conservative control

Image: Conservative activist Ginger Russell, a year or two ago, contemplating her future discussions with her friend Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley. Conroe and Magnolia, October 10 – These news stories may be short, but they’re important nonetheless. All three stories highlight the ongoing battle between the Montgomery County political “establishment” and reform efforts […]

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