U. S. Congressman Ted Poe (District 2)
U. S. Congressman Ted Poe (District 2) will represent Liberty County through Dec. 31, 2012, then his district will be elsewhere. The new District 36 representative will take over in Liberty County. There are twelve contenders for that position.
Republican candidates served the guests of the GOP fund raiser Thurs., March 22, 2012.
Republican fund raiser March 22
Terri Bivens, Senator Mike Jackson, Mary Hinch, Paulette Shivers Williams, Lonnie Shivers, Inez Shivers and Barbara Paige.
Republican candidates serving guests
GOP fund raiser guests
Sherry Mettlen, Christi Ewart and Dayton Mayor Pro Tem Eliza Guidry at the GOP fund raiser March 22, 2012.
Guests of the GOP fund raiser
Danny Brister like the music of the Southern Breeze Band. She is pictured with Jim Kerr and Sue Daniel.
Bobby Rader in the serving line at the GOP fund raiser.
The Southern Breeze Band
(L-R): Luke Landrum, Rob Austin, Jay Knight and Carl Landrum.
Not pictured: Raymond Luther Sweeten and J. R. Ungles.
The Southern Breeze Band will perform at the Saturday night Street Dance, March 31, at the Dayton Ole Tyme Days Festival at the Dayton Community Center, 801 S. Cleveland St., Dayton, starting at 8 p.m.
Texas Board of Education candidate Rita Ashley
Rita Ashley, candidate for Texas Board of Education Position 7
State Board of Education candidate David Bradley, Position 7
David Bradley, candidate for State Board of Education, Position 7
Posted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 5:01 pm
Dayton Community Center filled to capacity Thursday evening March 22 to hear U. S. Congressman Ted Poe speak to members of the Republican Party.
Candidates for local offices served a delicious dinner prepared by Dave “Showdog” Chessher and his wife, Suzie. The Southern Breeze Band entertained the crowd.
Among the candidates for the new Congressional District 36 were present: Ky Griffin; Kim Morrell; Mike Jackson (currently Senator District 11 State of Texas) and Stephen Takach.
All candidates from Congressional District 36, State offices and Liberty County offices introduced themselves to the guests and Ted Poe was introduced by Frank Jordan.
Congressman Poe has served Liberty County for the past eight years and he told the guests, “I will always be your congressman.”
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 5:01 pm.