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Do you know the 
Pledge of Allegiance
to these flags?

The Flag of the
United States of America.

"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

The Flag of the 
State of Texas

"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible."

Kendall County Sheriff Al Auxier led the Pledges of Allegiance to our flags.
Above, Earl Smith listens as candidate Don Durden makes a point.
Below, Sheryll Holland explains suggested issues for the platform to Chris Byrd and Hal Phelps.
​For US House of Representatives, District 21

​Representatives for candidates were introduced.
On the left, Larry Ciano rose in support of Matt McCall and Hal Phelps attended in support of his son, Todd Phelps. Other candidates in the race, but not represented here were incumbent, Lamar Smith, and John Murphy.
For Representative to the Texas House District 73

Left to right, Chris Byrd and Kyle Biedermann. Incumbent Doug Miller, was not in attendance, but sent a representative to answer questions after the meeting.
For Kendall County Commissioners Court, 
Precinct 1

On the left, incumbent Mike Fincke and challenger, Christina Bergmann.
​For Kendall County Commissioners Court, Precinct 2
Tommy Pfeiffer is unopposed in the primary and was not in attendance.

For Kendall County Commissioners Court, Precinct 4
From Left to right, Rocky Marshall, Don Durden, Rush Cone, Scott Barthel and Wes Atkison. Candidate Brian Scheele was not in attendance.
For Kendall County Constable, Precinct 1
Don White and B.W. "Duke" Key

For Kendall County Constable, Precinct 4
On the far right, Brian Vaughan. Robert, "Robbie" Pankratz was not in attendance.
Every candidate needs a great supporter like Scott Barthel's son, below, who was doing a great job of gathering up all the campaign signs, posters and brochures after the meeting was over.
At our February Candidates Meet the Voters Forum...

​Thursday, April 21, 2016
6:30pm – 9:00pm
Kronkosky Place
17 Old San Antonio Road, Boerne

Local Groups Team Up for Community Candidate Debate and Forum

The Boerne TEA Party Patriots, the Kendall County Republican Club, and the Kendall County Republican Women will jointly host a candidate debate and forum.

Primary Runoff Election Day – Tuesday,  May 24, 2016

State Representative Doug Miller is facing challenger Kyle Biedermann in the in the primary run-off election on May 24th. The debate for House District 73, which includes Kendall, Comal, and Gillespie counties, will be moderated by George Rodriquez, a commentator and host of an online radio show. 
Wayne Christian and Gary Gates, who are vying for a seat on the Railroad Commission, will address key questions in a candidate forum. The Commission, which has an annual budget of $79 million, regulates Texas oil and gas industries, mining, and pipeline safety. It no longer has anything to do with railroads, but its oversight of energy industries is critical to the Texas economy. 

Boerne ISD Election Day – Saturday, May 7, 2016

The candidate forum will also include candidates running for a vacated seat on the Boerne school board in an election on May 7th. Candidates for that partial term are Doug Hodo Sr., Pete Ramos, and Joe Tidwell. 
The public is encouraged to attend the free debate and forum at the Kronkosky Place, 17 Old San Antonio Road in Boerne.
The Boerne Tea Party Patriots seek to inform citizens of issues that affect their lives, their families, and our community. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome.​
Next Meeting: This is a change of date and place!