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Wichita Falls Attorney Launches 2022 Bid Against Jackson05/17/2021

Wichita Falls Attorney Launches 2022 Bid Against Jackson

Brown/Photo by Campaign U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Amarillo) has drawn his first challenger for the 2022 election cycle. Earlier this month, Wichita Falls attorney Kathleen Brown announced her candidacy for Jackson’s congressional seat in the 2022 election. Brown is seeking the Democratic nomination for the seat, according to her Federal Election Commission filing. Brown’s website READ MORE.
Huffines Calls on Texas to Build The Border Wall05/17/2021

Huffines Calls on Texas to Build The Border Wall

Huffines/Photo by State Senate Following recent reports that illegal border crossings hit an uptick in April despite being at nearly a record high, one candidate for Texas Governor is calling on the Lone Star State to build the wall and secure the border. In a statement, former State Sen. Don Huffines, who launched his campaign READ MORE.
Amarillo Police Searching for Stolen Mitsubishi05/17/2021

Amarillo Police Searching for Stolen Mitsubishi

Photo by APD Local authorities are currently on the hunt for a stolen 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander as part of this week’s Stolen Auto Day. According to Amarillo Crime Stoppers, the vehicle was reported stolen from the 1100 block of Rushmore Drive on Friday, May 14. The vehicle should display Texas license KDX-1445 and the last READ MORE.
Local Activist Tomlinson Passes Away05/17/2021

Local Activist Tomlinson Passes Away

Tomlinson/Photo from campaign archive Rusty Tomlinson, an Amarillo activist and former congressional candidate, has passed away. Friends of Tomlinson posted the news on social media over the weekend, informing others of the longtime activist’s passing. Tomlinson was well-known as a political activist in Amarillo and an active community volunteer. Tomlinson also was a one-time political READ MORE.

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