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March 12, 2014

Ralph Hall, Deuell headed to run-off elections

Two local incumbents will face challengers again on May 27 after they failed to receive a majority of the vote during Tuesday’s primary election. Ralph Hall and John Ratcliffe will compete for the U.S. Representative, District 4 seat, while Bob Hall will take on incumbent Bob Deuell for Texas Senate, District 2. The final numbers…

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March 12, 2014

Longtime US Rep. Ralph Hall, 90, Faces Runoff

A conservative former U.S. attorney forced the oldest member of the U.S. House into a runoff election Tuesday night for the Republican nomination. Ralph Hall, seeking an 18th and final term in his Texas congressional seat, did not win 50 percent of the vote in the Republican primary in Texas’ 4th Congressional District, which stretches…

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March 11, 2014

State Rep. Laubenberg Endorses Ratcliffe in Runoff

Respected Conservative, Pro Life Leader Endorses Challenger ROCKWALL, TX – Today State Representative Jodie Laubenberg (R-Parker), one of the most conservative legislators in Texas and the author of the most significant pro life legislation in the nation to date, endorsed former U.S. Attorney and conservative Republican candidate for Texas’ 4th congressional district John Ratcliffe. Laubenberg…

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March 10, 2014

Ratcliffe Challenges Hall to Five Debates

      Dear Congressman Hall, As a Texan and an American, I want to thank you for your service to our country. The voters of Texas’ 4th Congressional District did not elect the Republican nominee by a majority on March 4, and now we are headed to a May 27 runoff. During the primary,…

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March 5, 2014

John Ratcliffe Advances to Runoff with Hall

For the first time ever, a majority of voters want Hall to come home ROCKWALL, TEXAS – Former U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe has taken a giant step forward in his campaign to unseat 17 term incumbent Ralph Hall. Ratcliffe successfully held Hall to under 46% of the vote in Tuesday’s Republican Primary – forcing a…

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March 2, 2014

John Ratcliffe Makes Final Campaign Push

Former U.S. Attorney is Confident the Electorate is Ready for Change ROCKWALL, TEXAS – Ahead of Tuesday’s Republican Primary, John Ratcliffe remains active on the campaign trail in his bid to unseat 17 term incumbent Ralph Hall. On Saturday, over 25 supporters joined the Ratcliffe family to participate in the Rockwall High School 5k Run…

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February 17, 2014

Ratcliffe Endorsed by Minuteman Founder

Founder Jim Gilchrist Impressed with Ratcliffe’s Record on Immigration ROCKWALL, TEXAS – Former U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe has been endorsed by Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist – whose organization is a national leader in promoting immigration enforcement and border security. “John Ratcliffe has a long track record of enforcing the laws of the United States…

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February 12, 2014

John Ratcliffe Responds to Debt Ceiling Increase

Last night, the House of Representatives passed yet another increase to our nation’s debt ceiling – this time authorizing unlimited borrowing until March 2015. This comes on the heels of a recent CBO report which projects the cumulative deficit over the next decade to be even $1 trillion greater than previously expected. When will Washington…

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February 7, 2014

Reagan’s Birthday

Yesterday would have been Ronald Reagan’s 103rd birthday. I hope you will join me in remembering a great President who inspired generations of Americans. As a college student, I had the chance to hear Ronald Reagan speak in person. His message was one of optimism, opportunity and hope. Yes, Reagan was talking about hope decades…

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January 29, 2014

State Of The Union Reaction

Like most Republicans, I’m disappointed with what I heard from the President last night. In his fifth State of the Union, Obama delivered yet another round of empty and shallow promises. He followed an all too predictable playbook: ignore and omit the glaring failures of his administration, while taking credit for things that have happened…

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