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Friday, March 10, 2006

Republican Primary Recap

This has been a busy but successful week for the Markum Group. Both of our clients in contested primaries did very well.

Bret Griffin is now the Republican nominee for the County Court # 2 race against incumbent Trey Dibrell in November.

Albert Choate’s campaign for the Republican nomination for County Commissioner Precinct Two continues to show momentum and gain support from conservative voters from Galveston to League City. Choate won 40% of the vote in the primary election making him the top vote getter in the primary and launching him into the April 11th runoff against Eddie Janek, Jr.

Albert sought and accepted the endorsement of former Republican County Commissioner candidate, Kevin O’ Brien and is preparing a vigorous campaign for the next month to win the nomination out right.

Both Choate and Janek have been invited to attend the April 5th show of Anything League City to help League City’s Republican voters decide who to represent them. You can vote in the runoff even if you did not vote in the primary as long as you don’t sign any petitions for independent candidates in other races.

In a related item, Tom Delay swept to the Republican nomination garnering 62% of the vote (68% here in Galveston County) and he is now ready to battle Democrat Nick Lampson for the Dist 22 seat. I have a Perry’s Grille pork chop riding on Tom and I urge all the conservatives in his district to send a message to the liberals in NY and Hollywood and vote Tom back into office.

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