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Early voting has begun and ends on Friday, February 26. Election day is Tuesday March 2!

We recommend you vote in this year’s Republican primary to settle the score in the ongoing battle that independents (and hordes of Republicans and Democrats) have with Governor Rick Perry. Independent Texans has endorsed Debra Medina – here’s why. (Note: we understand that you may have other plans if there is a meaningful contested Democratic primary in your area; if you are pledged to attend a Libertarian or Green convention, or want to sign a “third party” petition for ballot access for the Greens or Constitution parties.)

For years we have challenged Texans (of all persuasions) to give Perry the boot. Our site at gives a humorous look at just 17 reasons why Perry should be sent packin’ down his toll roads (push the red button until Perry’s swelled head explodes and see what it says!) Texas voters can take advantage of the Texas open primary and cross party and ideological lines to get rid of the most divisive and corrupt politician this state has seen in a very long time.

We recommend you go to the League of Women Voter’s statewide and local web sites. First, go here then click on the link(s) below “2010 Primary Election Voters Guide” for statewide candidates:

For candidates running in your area, you can also click on the link to the top right of their home page also copied here:

The primary is the first of several steps we have in removing Rick Perry. If none of the three (Rick, Kay or Debra) gets 50% plus one in the Republican primary, there’s a runoff between the top two vote getters in 30 days. We will open up our support again for the potential runoff, and/or for the general election — and consider candidates of all parties and independent — just following the primary or runoff.

Have fun and boot Perry ya’ll! Linda Curtis

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