Weatherford Democrat, May 15, 2016 –
As a taxpayer and voter in this county, I would like to show my support for Jenny Gentry, candidate for Parker County Tax Assessor Collector.
I can say without hesitation that Jenny has led an exemplary life as a student, adult, parent, and community member.
Candidate for Parker County Commissioner, Pct 3
Come join Gary and friends at the Holland Lake Park Pavillion for free food and great fellowship!
Bring your friends….and your questions for Gary!
We look forward to seeing you ~
Thursday, July 19th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
For additional information, call Suzi Carter, 817-629-9333.
CALLING ALL WEATHERFORD CITIZENS!!
COME HEAR WHERE YOUR CANDIDATE STANDS ON THE ISSUES!!
What: Candidate Speaking
When: Thursday, April 21st, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: Texas Opry Theater, 315 York Avenue, Weatherford, TX
* Event Moderator: Dawn King, Parker County Tea Party
* Refreshments will be available
Vote YES to a secure future for your children and grandchildren
RE-ELECT MATTHEWS for PLACE 2!
Pd Pol Adv by Eric Matthews Campaign, Linda Matthews, Treasurer, PO Box 431, Weatherford, Tx 76086.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Eric Matthews Formal Withdrawal of Election Contest
June 18, 2010
Initially the intent in pursuing an election contest was to ensure election codes that had been violated were enforced thereby protecting and preserving the sanctity of the vote. It was concluded that without full disclosure of the items requested the ability to pursue enforcement on the basis of the evidence on hand would not be possible outside of a Court of Law. Additionally, the financial cost to the City and County resulting from a drawn out legal battle in Court would far outweigh the outcome and not be in the best interests of the taxpayer. Therefore, I have decided to withdraw my contest of the May 8, 2010 City Council Election.
I had hoped that after Robert Parten, the Parker County Elections Administrator had admitted to violating election law, assurances in the form of full public disclosure of everything that had been done properly and not done properly would have been given by the County since the County had been contracted to run the election. This would have removed all doubt from the public that the sanctity of the vote had been honored and every vote had been counted properly.