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Conservatives in Dallas have been fighting an uphill battle to turn the county red, and this year may just be their year. We have a fantastic slate of candidates, from the top of the ticket on down, and candidate for Dallas County Judge Ron Natinsky is no exception.
In this episode of CornynCast, host Amy Miller talks with Ron Natinsky about his bona fides, his fight against corrupt local government officials, and his vision for a RED Dallas County.
This week, Senator Cornyn dropped by a phone bank in Bexar County to help volunteers reach out to voters.
RSVP to come support Senator Cornyn, and let Texas Democrats know that conservatives will fight to keep our state BRIGHT red!
Mountain View College – Performance Hall
4849 W Illinois Ave
Dallas, TX 75211
Friday, October 24, 2014. Doors open at 6:00 PM (CDT)
“The procedural hurdles imposed by the Origination Clause protect liberty and serve as a well-needed reminder of the source of government money, hopefully instilling greater thoughtfulness in the Senate and in government as a whole.”
“Everyone knows that politics can be a tough business but sometimes certain things are way over the line and running an attack ad on a serious medical accident suffered by your opponent is one of them. It’s my hope that Wendy Davis will immediately remove this ad from the airwaves and apologize to Attorney General Abbott because this line of attack has no place in civilized political discourse.”
National Democrats have spent a lot of time accusing Texas conservatives of using voter ID to disenfranchise minorities, but this simply isn’t true–no matter what the most recent court opinion says. In a May op-ed, Senator Cornyn explained why there is nothing threatening about voter ID.
Senator Cornyn headed to Austin Startup Week to participate in a panel addressing the problems of patent abuse and litigation in America. During the panel, he talked about the Patent Abuse Reduction Act, a piece of legislation he authored that would put patent trolls in their place and free up the potential for even more innovation in America.