RENT-A-VOTER

RENTAVOTER BRIBERY COMPLAINT REVEALS 3 TIME VOTERS USED

RENTAVOTERS STRIKE AGAIN WITH THREE TIME VOTERS IN THREE YEARS Election results for May 4, 2019 include Montgomery County MUD 158 and Montgomery County MUD 106. As usual the MUD elections feature only TWO voters. But this time County Election records reveal a stunning twist. These repeat RENTAVOTER hiring Public Official’s Engineers and Election Service Companies routinely refer to temporary dwellings placed within these MUDs prior to elections as “VOTER HOME” or “VOTER TRAILER” establishing the intention of Public Officials , Attorneys and Election Services Companies to obtain future occupants …

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MCTP TAKES RENT-A-VOTER DONATION

MCTP MUST VET THEIR DONORS MCTP MUST MAKE THEIR POSITION CLEAR TO AVOID CONFUSION There are significant differences in principle that led numerous people to  reject Julie Turners Patriot PAC and form their own Montgomery County Tea Party, among them Seat at the table politics and Julie PAC’s  legendary  and unprincipled PATH TO VICTORY standard of deciding which winner to back. Another measure ignored by most is the DONOR influence factor. The result of taking cash from special interests is elementary; The recipient just becomes a lapdog to such financial …

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JUSTICE FOR JENKINS? JENKINS ENTERS NO CONTEST PLEA

May 21, 2018 I’m hearing that 2010 Woodlands Road Utility District (RUD) Case voter Jim Jenkins has ditched his pursuit of proving his innocence in court by entering a NO Contest Plea to a misdemeanor in the case. This action has yielded Jenkins, who vowed to never give up, one year probation and a $2k fine. Jenkins best friend Jim Doyle advised his late wife Sybil and their daughter Roberta on the legality of voting in the developer controlled RUD and they bravely faced up to the false charges to …

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LAZY HOUND FBI STILL IGNORING RENT-A-VOTER COMPLAINT SECRETARY OF STATE SAYS WARRANTS INVESTIGATION

The Following Complaint has been filed with FBI HOUSTON, The same complaint said to warrant further investigation by Texas Secretary of State which forwarded the matter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who so far has failed to act. We agree campaign cash has a lot to do with how government executes its duties in texas Mr. Perrye K. Turner Federal Bureau of Investigation 1 Justice Park Drive Houston, TX 77092   Supporting documentation for this complaint can be accessed online https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8kblcrgwfDgVWpIeEI1Vlphd0U?usp=sharing 9/26/2016   ELECTION COMPLAINT OF CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS   …

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JENKINS PROSECUTOR AWAITS OWN STATUS HEARING

Hearing in Paxton case to consider prosecutors’ push for another trial delay by Patrick Svitek,The Texas Tribune Oct. 3, 2017 Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton‘s lawyers and the prosecutors handling the securities fraud case against him are preparing to debate a familiar topic Wednesday: whether his trial should be delayed — for a third time — until the prosecutors can get paid. Both sides are due in Houston for a hearing on the prosecutors’ latest effort to push back the trial amid a long-running legal battle over their compensation — …

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Rent-a-Voter: Election Fraud Legal in Texas

By  Erin Georgen When a developer in Texas wants to avoid the cost of doing business they simply hire a company to provide voters to ‘pass’ the cost onto future residents. Voter fraud and election fraud isn’t just one thing. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. By definition, however, all types of voter fraud come with an intent to corrupt the election process. In this particular situation, it involves developers paying a company, Stingray Services, to provide voters-on-demand to vote for the creation of Municipal Utilities Districts …

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No to Randy Councill on the LSGCD

No to Randy Councill   Montgomery County Commissioners Court is preparing to interview seven nominees to the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District ( LSGCD) to fill two county appointed seats. A newspaper report states “Seven names were proposed Tuesday at Commissioners Court. They include Randy Council, Jill Savory, Jack Curtsinger, Dane Cantwell, Robert Secrest, Mike Winkler and former Conroe Mayor Webb Melder.”   As people do, we all become obligated in the many diverse relationships in the community. They can be political, religious, financial or fraternal or a combination of …

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Rent-A-Voters Pass Millions in Debt While Tea Party Activists Face Prison

December 12, 2016by Reagan Reed Due to the ambiguous nature of Texas voter residency requirements, developers and local taxing entities are using a controversial “rent-a-voter” scheme to pass millions of dollars in bond debt and taxes without needing to secure the approval of the general population. However, Tea Party activists who attempted to use the same tactic to oppose the taxes are now facing time in prison. In what has become a common practice, developers lobby the legislature to create special purpose taxing districts in undeveloped areas where they are …

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YEAR GOES BY AS PAXTON IGNORES MCTP APPEAL

Almost a year has gone by since Montgomery County Tea Party board members submitted the letter shown below to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. The letter demonstrates the injustice and hypocrisy of the prosecution of Woodlands RUD voters in detail. The Attorney General has failed to acknowledge the letter according to MCTP. [google-drive-embed url=”https://drive.google.com/a/heath.be/file/d/0B8kblcrgwfDgRnVTSWYtN3E2X00/preview?usp=drivesdk” title=”Paxton Letter re Jenkins.pdf” icon=”https://ssl.gstatic.com/docs/doclist/images/icon_12_pdf_list.png” width=”100%” height=”800″ style=”embed”] Editor

MAGNOLIA’S TWO BILLION DOLLAR MUD

INSIDE THE DEEP MUD Historic MUD bond approval Governmental Immunity waived FAMILY OF RENT-A-VOTERS COMPLAINTS FILED CO-COMPLAINANTS WANTED     New RENT-A-VOTER firm emerges Remember the November 2015 election. When it was reported that Montgomery County was host to just 2 MUD elections, newly formed Conroe Municipal management District No. 1 and Montgomery County MUD No. 148  where directors were to be confirmed along with a whopping  $1 Billion dollars in bonds to be approved by only 4 voters? The voters were “recruited” like mail order brides using craigslist and …

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