Gerry Wayne Monroe is Running for State Representative for House District 131 in Harris County

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THE PARTY OF FREEDOM AND LIBERTY

HARRIS COUNTY

5 STAR GENERAL - GERRY MONROE-

KEN PAXTON

- ATTORNEY GENERAL-

MIDTERMSLATE

P.14 Five Star Joins the Republican Party...

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022

EARLY VOTING BEGINS: Monday, October 24, 2022 EARLY VOTING ENDS: Friday, November 4, 2022

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WHAT FREEDOM MEANS TO ME..

by Gerry “5 STAR GENERAL” Monroe

“Freedom, generally, is having the ability to act or change without constraint. A person has the freedom to do things that will not, in theory, or in practice, be prevented by other forces. Outside of the human realm, freedom generally does not have this political or psychological dimension. Freedom means African Americans not being murdered unjustly by law enforcement. Freedom is quality education for every person. Freedom is when Black America is paid reparations. When that is done Blacks will enjoy financial freedom in my opinion.”

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THE PARTY OF FREEDOM AND LIBERTY FOR ALL... I met former Judge Loyd Wright way back during the 2014 Midterm Election cycle. This was back during a time when the gap between the Harris County Democratic Party and the Harris County Republican Party wasn’t so vast. Former Judge Loyd Wright and I enjoyed good success back in those 2014 Midterms. Now, in case you don’t remember, he handily defeated his Democratic rival, Kim Bohannon Hoesl by garning 55.18% of the vote. But a lot has happened since those days. My friend lost his bench back during the 2018 Midterm Election. And I must tell you that I was heartbroken by the fact that I couldn’t help him hold onto his Harris County Probate Court #1 bench. However, I am pleased to now announce that former Judge Loyd Wright will have the full support and endorsement of our “NON-PARTISAN READER BOARD” on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in the upcoming Midterm Election for Texas.

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Former Judge Loyd H. Wright

I don’t care if America is more black, brown, white (pick your color). I care that America remains a country of individuals who believe in freedom and limited government and don’t want to be led by people who just use them to obtain power and don’t really believe in their God-given abilities to chart their own destiny.” Candidate for Harris County Probate Court No. 1 PD. POL. AD BY LOYD H. WRIGHT CAMPAIGN


BALLOT BY MAIL

RETURNING A VOTED BALLOT

In the process of voting and returning your mail ballot, make sure to follow the steps below:

1). Read all the instructions; 2). Use BLACK or BLUE ink to mark your choices on the ballot; 3). Place voted ballot in the Ballot Envelope and seal it; 4). Place Ballot Envelope in the enclosed pre-addressed carrier envelope; 5). Provide your identification number underneath the flap. 6). Seal carrier envelope and sign where indicated exactly as you signed the ballot by mail request; 7). Place appropriate postage and return it;


RETURNING YOUR BALLOT

A completed mail ballot MUST be returned to the Harris County Election Administrator’s Office in the Official Carrier Envelope provided to you. It may be returned in any of the following manners:

1). Regular residential mail via United States Postal Service; a. Ballots must be postmarked by 7:00 p.m. on Election day and received by 5:00 p.m. on the first business day after Election Day. 2). In-person drop off at Harris County Election Harris County Administration Building (1001 Preston, Houston, Texas 77002) on Election Day only from 7 am – 7 pm a. You must present an acceptable form of photo identification b. If a voter does not possess and cannot reasonably obtain an acceptable form of photo identification, the voter may show a List B identification and complete a Reasonable Impediment Declaration (RID) c. Only the voter may deliver their ballot in person 3). Common or contract carrier; such as personal courier, or FedEx or UPS, or other contracted mail service a. Ballot must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day b. If the carrier provides receipt mark indicating a time before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, it may be received by 5:00 p.m. on the first business day after Election Day.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTES

A voted ballot postmarked by Election Day must be received by the early voting clerk no later than 5:00 pm on the next business day after Election Day. If there is no postmark, early voting clerk must receive these ballots by 7:00 pm on Election Day. Ballots from civilians abroad must be received by the early voting clerk no later than the 5th day after Election Day. Ballots from Military voters must be received by the early voting clerk no later than the 6th day after Election Day.



We believe in:

Freedom from an overreaching government.

Unelected bureaucrats and our federal government should not overregulate and dictate how we live our daily lives. We believe that prosperity for all comes through the free market and policies that encourage job development, economic growth and entrepreneurship in the United States vs. promoting a global economy that sacrifices American jobs and national security.

Cindy Siegel HCRP CHAIR


Freedom from those who want to weaken the sanctity of our elections.

We believe that all Americans should have confidence in the integrity of our elections and that each vote cast is cast by a citizen who has the legal right to vote. Without elections that are fair, open and transparent, the very foundation of our democracy is at risk.

Freedom from crime.

The rights of criminals do not trump the rights of the law-abiding citizen. Activist judges and defunding police tears down the laws that are there to protect the rights of the individual and prevent mob rule. All Americans deserve to live their lives and raise their families in neighborhoods that are free from crime.

Freedom from failing schools.

Our children should have the right to an education that will give them the knowledge and skills to have a successful life and one that is free from indoctrination. We believe that teach-


ing our country’s history (warts and all) is necessary to ensure mistakes are not repeated. We also oppose teachers and administration that impose their personal beliefs on our children and promote racism and division through policies like critical race theory. We believe that school policies should support educational achievement and provide parents the freedom to make the best academic choice for their children.

Freedom from democrats who want to limit our freedoms.

We believe in a limited government that allows every American the freedom to live their life in the way they choose. We believe the government and elected officials are there to serve and protect all Americans (including the unborn), not the elite few. We believe it is not the purpose of government to dictate our religion, how we raise our children, or how we live our lives.

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THE PARTY OF FREEDOM AND LIBERTY FOR “ALL” AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “What does Freedom and Liberty mean to you?

HCRP CHAIR CINDY SIEGEL: “They are two of the most beautiful words in the dictionary. It means that I have the personal freedom to make decisions on how I am going to live my life. They mean that I and my daughters have the opportunity to make our lives into whatever we want with hard work. However, along with freedom and liberty goes personal responsibility. That means working to ensure that we continue to have freedom and liberty now and for future generations because without America standing for freedom and liberty - where do people go?”

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“GREATER OPPORTUNITY PARTY.” U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 2 - DAN CRENSHAW

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 7 - JOHNNY TEAGUE

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8 - MORGAN LUTTRELL

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 9 - JIMMY I. LEON

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 10 - MICHAEL MCCAUL U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 18 - CARMEN MARIA MONTIEL

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 29 - ROBERT SCHAFRANEK

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 38 - WESLEY HUNT

GOVERNOR OF TEXAS - GREG ABBOTT

TEXAS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR - DAN PATRICK

TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL - KEN PAXTON

COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS - GLENN HEGAR


COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE - DAWN BUCKINGHAM

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE - SID MILLER

RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 2 - WAYNE CHRISTIAN

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 3 - DEBRA LEHRMANN

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 5 - REBECA HUDDLE

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 9 - EVAN YOUNG

JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 2 - MARY LOU KEEL

JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 6 - JESSE MCCLURE

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 7 - PAUL BETTENCOURT

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 15 - GEORGE BRIAN VACHRIS

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 17 - JOAN HUFFMAN

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 126 - E. SAM HARLESS

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 127 - CHARLES CUNNINGHAM

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“GREATER OPPORTUNITY PARTY.” STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 128 - BRISCOE CAIN

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 129 - DENNIS PAUL

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 130 - THOMAS OLIVERSON

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 131 - GERRY "THE 5 STAR GENERAL" MONROE STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 132 - MICHAEL SCHOFIELD

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 133 - MANO DEAYALA STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 134 - RYAN MCCONNICO

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 135 - STEPHEN HAGERTY

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 138 - LACEY HULL

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 142 - RICHARD VARNER

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 147 - DAMIEN THADDEUS JONES

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 148 - KAY SMITH


STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 149 - LILY TRUONG

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 150 - VALOREE SWANSON

CHIEF JUSTICE, 1ST COURT OF APPEALS - TERRY ADAMS

1ST COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 4 - APRIL FARRIS

14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 2 - KEVIN JEWELL

14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 9 - RANDY WILSON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 55TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - NILE COPELAND

DISTRICT JUDGE, 113TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - NATHAN J. MILLIRON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 157TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - SONYA ASTON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 180TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - TAMI C. PIERCE

DISTRICT JUDGE, 182ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT - ROBERT H. JACKSON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 183RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT - KRISTIN M. MCCLEES DISTRICT JUDGE, 184TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - LORI DEANGELO

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“GREATER OPPORTUNITY PARTY.” DISTRICT JUDGE, 185TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - CHRIS CARMONA

DISTRICT JUDGE, 189TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - ERIN ELIZABETH LUNCEFORD DISTRICT JUDGE, 190TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - FRED SHUCHART

DISTRICT JUDGE, 208TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - HEATHER HUDSON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 209TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - KEVIN FULTON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 230TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - BRADLEY HART

DISTRICT JUDGE, 232ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT - JOSHUA NORMAND

DISTRICT JUDGE, 233RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT - KENNETH E. NEWELL DISTRICT JUDGE, 245TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - DANIEL LEMKUIL

DISTRICT JUDGE, 246TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - CHARLEY PRINE

DISTRICT JUDGE, 247TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - GERIC TIPSWORD

DISTRICT JUDGE, 248TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - JULIAN RAMIREZ


DISTRICT JUDGE, 257TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - LEONEL LEO FARIAS II

DISTRICT JUDGE, 262ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT - TONYA MCLAUGHLIN

DISTRICT JUDGE, 263RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT - AMBER COX

DISTRICT JUDGE, 269TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - BRUCE BAIN

DISTRICT JUDGE, 270TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - MICHAEL LANDRUM

DISTRICT JUDGE, 280TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - ROSALENA CARDENAS DISTRICT JUDGE, 281ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT - MICHELLE FRAGA

DISTRICT JUDGE, 295TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - MALCOLM WHITTAKER

DISTRICT JUDGE, 308TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - TODD FRANKFORT

DISTRICT JUDGE, 309TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - JESUS GUILLEN

DISTRICT JUDGE, 310TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - ANDREW MICHAEL BAYLEY DISTRICT JUDGE, 311TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - GARDNER EASTLAND

DISTRICT JUDGE, 312TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - QUYEN PHAM

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“GREATER OPPORTUNITY PARTY.” DISTRICT JUDGE, 313TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - RACHEL LEAL-HUDSON

DISTRICT JUDGE, 314TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - CINDY HIDE

DISTRICT JUDGE, 315TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT - MARIA VALERIA BROCK

HARRIS COUNTY - COUNTY JUDGE - ALEXANDRA DEL MORAL MEALER

HARRIS COUNTY CIVIL COURT AT LAW NO. 1 - JAMES LOMBARDINO

HARRIS COUNTY CIVIL COURT AT LAW NO. 2 - CLYDE RAYMOND LEUCHTAG HARRIS COUNTY CIVIL COURT AT LAW NO. 3 - ARRON G. ADAMS

HARRIS COUNTY CIVIL COURT AT LAW NO. 4 - BRIAN STALEY

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 1 - NATHAN MOSS

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 2 - PAULA GOODHART

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 3 - LESLIE JOHNSON

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 4 - ZACHARY GIBSON


HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 5 - ELIZABETH BUSS

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 6 - MARK MONTGOMERY

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 7 (R) - MIKE MONKS

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 8 - MARK GOLDBERG

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 9 - SARTAJ BAL

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 10 - DAN SPJUT HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 11 - DAN SIMONS

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 12 - MATTHEW DEXTER HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 13 - LANCE LONG

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 14 - JESSICA N. PADILLA

HARRIS CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 15 - XAVIER ALFARO

HARRIS COUNTY - PROBATE COURT NO. 1 - LOYD WRIGHT

HARRIS COUNTY - PROBATE COURT NO. 2 - SOPHIA MAFRIGE

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“GREATER OPPORTUNITY PARTY.” HARRIS COUNTY - PROBATE COURT NO. 3 - RORY ROBERT OLSEN

HARRIS COUNTY - PROBATE COURT NO. 4 - WILL ARCHER HARRIS COUNTY - DISTRICT CLERK - CHRIS DANIEL HARRIS COUNTY - COUNTY CLERK - STAN STANART

HARRIS COUNTY - COUNTY TREASURER - KYLE SCOTT

COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PLACE 1 - BEN SALDANA

COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PLACE 2 - DANIELLE DICK HARRIS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2 - JACK MORMAN

HARRIS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 4 - R. JACK CAGLE

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 3, PLACE 2 - DENISE GRAVES

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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 4, PLACE 2 - LARYSSA KORDUBA

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 5, PLACE 2 - BOB WOLFE

ALL VOTERS MATTER... JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 8, PLACE 2 - LOUIE DITTA

LOYD WRIGHT FORMER PROBATE JUDGE

MIDTERM ELECTION

Freedom from Crime & Corruption Election... TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022 EARLY VOTING BEGINS: Monday, October 24, 2022 EARLY VOTING ENDS: Friday, November 4, 2022


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The County Judge’s job is to provide a safe and secure community for families, one that supports growth and opportunity for all residents...That’s not currently happening — and I’m running because I can fix it.” — Alex