Texas Independence Day: Go Vote!

From the Republican Party of Texas.

It’s Primary Day: Vote!

Keep Texas Free of Washington’s Liberal Ways

On March 2, 1836, a few brave Texans gathered in Washington-on-the-Brazos.  That day, they declared Texas’ independence from a government that was meddling too much in the citizens’ business and threatening their freedoms.  Today, March 2, 2010, you can help keep our state strong, free and prosperous by voting in the Republican Primary.  Our state needs your vote to choose the best candidates to represent our Republican Party, and to tell Washington’s liberal Democrats and their allies here that we know what’s best for the Lone Star State.  Texas is the best state in the country to own a home, raise a family, have a career, be free and live the American dream.  Vote Republican today to keep it that way.

If you’re unsure of where to vote, check with the Texas Secretary of State.  The SoS has comprehensive voter information including polling location lookup.  Polls close at 7 pm tonight.

Today is your day to be heard.  Voting is the most important thing you can do.  And be sure to be at your polling location this evening after voting has closed, for the precinct conventions.  Precinct conventions are the start of platform and party election processes that will culminate at the state convention in Dallas, June 11-12.

Vote!  Be heard!  Strengthen your Republican Party of Texas and send a message to Washington to keep its hands off our freedoms, keep its hands off our health care, keep its hands off our energy, and keep its hands off Texas!

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