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Monday, May 22, 2006

Republican Party of Texas Vice Chairman's battle starting to heat up

As many of you know, League City's Dr. Robin Armstrong, the current SREC Committeeman for Senate District 11 and the President of the Galveston County Medical Society, is running for the Vice Chairmanship of the Republican Party of Texas.

If you are a delegate, please consider voting for Robin at the state convention as he will bring a wealth of experience and solid conservative credentials to the job.

The following article recaps the race quite nicely.

As an aside, both Robin and Bobby are Aggies, so we will have a voice in the party's leadership.
Former State Republican Chairs Take Sides in Vice-Chair's Battle that's Starting to Sizzle

By Mike Hailey
Capitol Inside Editor

Establishment Republicans who lost control of the Texas GOP a dozen years ago are lining up behind the owner of a national online news service for grassroots activists in an open race for state party vice-chair against an African-American doctor with strong support from conservative forces.

GOPUSA owner Bobby Eberle of Pearland announced Friday that he'd won endorsements from former Republican Party of Texas state chairs George Strake and Fred Meyer in his battle against Robin Armstrong of League City for a vice-chair's job that will be filled by delegates to the GOP's state convention in San Antonio in two weeks.

For full article, click here.

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