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Early Voting in Ft Bend Starts Feb. 20th

FbcStaff-Early Voting starts 2/20/18 click here for locations and schedule:

Ft Bend Conservative looks for the most qualified.  If there are two or more quality candidates  then the most conservative prevails.  I don’t work for any candidates, or the government or take money for ads.  I’ve researched, met and visited with most candidates so here are the Ft Bend Conservative’s picks in the Republican Primary:

U S Senator-Ted Cruz

CD-22-No recommendation.

Governor-Greg Abbott

Commissioner General Land Office-Davey Edwards

Ag Commissioner-Sid Miller

RailRoad Commissioner-Weston Martinez

Judge Criminal Appeals Pl 8- Dib Waldrip

State Senator 17-Joan Huffman

1st Court of Appeals Pl 7-Katy Boatman

District Judge 268 Judicial Dist.-John Hawkins

Ft Bend DA-Cliff Vacek

Judge County Court-at-Law #3-Tricia Krenek

Judge County Court-at-Law #6-Dean Hrbacek

Ft Bend County Treasure-Bill Rickerts

JP Precinct 1 Pl 2- Mary Ward

JP Precinct 3-Kelly Crow





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FBCGOP Lincoln/Reagan Dinner a Success

FBCStaff-Those that attended the FBCGOP were treated to top tier speakers, a few surprises and a well organized event.  With Ag Commissioner Sid Miller handling the MC duties and Senator Ted Cruz celebrating the huge win in DC, the FBCGOP Lincoln/Reagan Dinner was a smoothly ran and entertaining event.

One of the surprises of the evening was Ried Ryan President of the Houston Astros with a fun video of the World Champion Astros.

Another enjoyable surprise was Lt Guv Patrick’s introduction of keynote speaker Cruz.  Lt Guv Patrick also recognized Tx Senators Huffman and Kolkhurst for their outstanding contributions during the last legislative session.  Both played substantial roles are were well deserving of his praise.   A well deserved recognition went to Phillis Worsham receiving the Volunteer of the Year from the FBCGOP.

The opening remarks included a video from Guv Abbott, Atty General Ken Paxton, and State Comptroller Glenn Hegar.  This got the crowd fired up and ready for Lt Guv Patrick’s and Senator Cruz’s remarks.

Chairman Jetton was gracious in recognizing his committee with well deserved recognition.  But some of the kudos should go to Jetton for his leadership and drive to make the event a success.

Hats off to FBCGOP Chair Jacey Jetton, wife Fanny and the LRD Committee.  Well done.

Senator Huffman Earns Texas Humane Legislation Network Award

FBCStaff-Senator Joan Huffman was recognized by the Texas Humane Legislation Network for her advocacy and support during the 2017 legislative session.
“The Texas Humane Legislation Network and Houston PetSet on Tuesday will honor local animal welfare advocates for the passage of a bill that strengthened statewide animal cruelty laws for violent animal abusers.”


Featured Speaker Announceded for FBCGOP Lincoln Reagan Dinner

Lincoln Reagan Dinner expecting a huge turnout make sure you get your tickets now!
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Hubris or Cultural Based?

FBCStaff-All os us have seen someone who is texting and driving.  We know better than to honk our horn at them to avoid being involved in a road rage incident. If someone is texting while driving we know they lack judgement or they would stop texting and driving. Unfortunately their behavior affects everyone and we’ve know it is prudent to avoid them and the possible conflict.  But what do we do when our politicians behave this way? Do we ignore their egregious behavior or do we speak out? Here’s are a couple of examples:

1st example:

The Missouri City Council had an item agenda that was discussed fully. The council asked questions and the builder explained in detail their plans which should have allowed the item to pass. But two council members had decided to vote no before the discussion and when the vote was taken they defiantly voted no. Was their actions wrong headed or culture based?

2nd example:

At a recent meeting a solution was presented that may have alleviated some of the speeding problems on Glenn Lakes. A proposal was made for signage at Glenn Lakes and Misty Hollow Dr. informing drivers the Glenn Lakes bridge was being replaced, use Misty Hollow to Lake Olympia Parkway to Highway 6. The distance driven was the same mileage, Gl had 7 stop sign LOP has 2, GL speed limit is 30 LOP is 40, GL is 2 lanes and LOP is 4 lanes and GL has over 200 drive ways and LOP has none. When you look at the facts presented it is a viable solution.

The city employee stated the city didn’t have the resources for a sign.  The city doesn’t have the resources to spend a few hundred dollars for a sign to redirect traffic and possibly furnish a long term solution.  It does have money in the same budget to spend millions on sidewalk repairs.  It is a simple matter of misplaced priorities.

Why wasn’t the city open to the solution? Like the person texting and driving if you honk your horn at them you may spark off road rage.  Some on council already have their mind made up before hearing what you have to say.  This wrong headed attitude has spread through city employees and it comes from the top.

Hubris or cultural based?

Law Enforcement Officers Endorse Senator Huffman

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PRESS RELEASE- Law Enforcement endorses State Senator Joan Huffman

FBCGOP Calendar of Events



Tricia Krenek for Judge, Ft. Bend County Court at Law #3: Reception
January 23 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Clancy’s Public House, 503 FM 359, Suite 118
Richmond, TX 77406 United States + Google Map

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Grayle James Re-Election Campaign Kick-Off: Reception and Fundraiser

January 24, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, 13016 University Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77479 United States + Google Map

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Texas Asian Republican Club: Meeting
January 24 @ 6:30 pm
Kim Son, 10603 Bellaire Blvd.
Houston, TX United States + Google Map

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Executive Committee: Meeting
January 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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Republican Women’s Club of Katy: Social
January 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Local Bar, 22756 Westheimer Parkway #190
Katy, TX 77450 United States + Google Map
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Jennifer Chiang for Judge of County Court at Law #3: Meet & Greet
January 27 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Rudy’s BBQ Katy, 21799 Katy Fwy
Katy, TX 77450 United States + Google Map
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John Zerwas for State Representative, District 28: Fundraising Reception
January 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Hasta La Pasta, 1450 Grand Parkway S., Suite E
Katy, TX 77494 United States + Google Map

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Happy Hour!
January 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Pablo’s Mexican Kitchen, 9711 S. Mason Road
Richmond, TX 77407 United States + Google Map

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Republican Women’s Club Of Katy: Meeting
February 1 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
The Golf Club at Cinco Ranch, 23030 Cinco Ranch Blvd.
Katy, Texas 77450-5997 United States + Google Map
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2018 Lincoln Reagan Dinner
February 9, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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Greatwood Meet the Candidates
February 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Greatwood Golf Club, 6767 Greatwood Pkwy
Sugar Land, TX 77479 United States + Google Map
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Texas Asian Republican Club: Meeting
February 12 @ 6:30 pm
Tracy Gee Community Center, 3599 Westcenter Dr.
Houston, TX United States + Google Map
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Republican Leadership Institute: Training
February 17
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Breakfast with Bob: Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert

February 20, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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MARCH 2018

Senate District Convention
March 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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Constable Mike Beard: Fundraiser
March 24 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Leroy Mitsch Pavillion Needville, TX 77461 United States + Google Map
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APRIL 2018

Commissioner Vincent Morales Precinct 1: Sixth Annual Pig Roast & Crawfish Boil
April 21 @ 1:00 pm
Morales Party Barn, 5030 Bryan Rd
Richmond, TX 77469 United States + Google Map
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MAY 2018

Executive Committee: Meeting
May 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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JULY 2018

Executive Committee: Meeting
July 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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Executive Committee: Meeting
September 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464
Sugar Land, TX 77498 United States + Google Map
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Union Bosses Go After Sen Huffman

FBCStaff-The union bosses closely aligned with the democrat party are going after Texas Senator Joan Huffman. Accusing the senator of union busting, the union bosses are mad even though they were exempted from the bill.
“Our membership was not too pleased with Sen. Huffman,” said Brian Wilcox, communications director for the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association.”
What did Sen Huffman do that was so egregious to the union bosses?
“Huffman sponsored SB 13 in the regular session of the Legislature in 2017 and a similar bill in 2015. The bill would have ended automatic payroll deductions that the state allow for certain public employee unions. Instead of allowing workers to send dues directly to the union, employees would be required to find another way to pay their membership dues. The bill exempted firefighters and police, but still drew their displeasure because they saw it as a union busting bill.”
She did the job she was elected to do.
“Huffman had argued that Texas needs to get out of the union collecting dues business and leave it to unions to do their own collecting.”
However, not all unions are displeased with Sen Huffman.
“While firefighters are fighting back by helping Huffman’s opponent, some police union groups have taken a different approach. The Houston Police Officers’ Union and the Texas Municipal Police Association have both backed Huffman’s re-election, her campaign said.”

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Sen Huffman is a fierce advocate for criminal justice and the LEO community knows she is a friend.  This doesn’t set well with union bosses and their friends the trial lawyers.