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Early Voting Locations

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Early Voting is from February 20th to March 1st and Election day is March 6th.

 

Location Address City Zip
Steven E Copeland Government Center 1400 FM 424 Cross Roads 76227
Denton County Elections Administration 701 Kimberly Dr Denton 76208
Frisco Fire Station #7 330 W Stonebrook Pkwy Frisco 75034
The Colony Annex Building 6804 Main St The Colony 75056
Little Elm Recreation Center 303 Main St Little Elm 75068
Carrollton Public Library 4220 N Josey Carrollton 75010
Pilot Point Senior Center 310 S Washington St Pilot Point 76258
FRisco Fire Station #4 4485 Cotton Gin Frisco 75034

Rep. Pat Fallon Endorses Jared Patterson Campaign!

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I am proud to announce the endorsement of State Representative, Pat Fallon.

His conservative leadership and strong work ethic will be missed in the Texas House but I am excited to continue the conservative legislative work that he has achieved and will stay true to my campaign message.

Now, more than ever, is the time for more conservative voices in Austin and I look forward to working beside Rep. Fallon as he continues his work in the Texas Senate.

“I wholeheartedly endorse Jared Patterson for State Representative in the strongest terms possible. Jared is the right person to take my place in the Texas House based on his commitment to the conservative ideals Denton County voters expect. He has my full support and I strongly encourage all conservative voters to join me in electing Jared Patterson to the Texas House.”  – Representative Pat Fallon

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Jared Patterson Campaign Releases Unanimous Support from Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees

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Friends,

I was raised by a teacher and then I married one.  We must support our teachers better – and it starts with eliminating the over testing of our children and getting more funding directly to the classroom.  No teacher should be forced to spend hundreds of dollars from his or her pocket to fund their classroom.

– Jared

Jared Patterson Campaign Releases Unanimous Support from Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees

(Little Elm, TX) Today, the Jared Patterson for State Representative campaign announced unanimous support and endorsement from every member of the Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees. The announcement comes on the heels of a string of endorsements from prominent local officials.  Patterson is running for the Texas House in District 106, a seat being vacated by Rep. Pat Fallon.

Jared Patterson said, “Little Elm is a great community and one of the largest in HD 106.  Recently, we announced endorsements from the Mayor and a majority of the Town Council.  Now, the entire School Board has joined the team.  This has truly been a humbling experience.”

The local ISD officials endorsing Patterson are Board President Melissa Myers, Board Vice President David Montemayor, Board Secretary Jason Olson and Trustees Alex Flores, DeLeon English, Dan Blackwood and Leanna Harding.

Also announcing his endorsement for Jared Patterson is Frisco ISD Trustee Steven Noskin.

Patterson strongly supports Texas teachers and students.  His mother taught public school in Whitesboro, Texas for 38 years and his father served three terms on the local school board.  His brother serves there now.  Leslie Patterson, Jared’s wife, taught public school for six years before deciding to stay at home with their three children. Combined, Jared and Leslie Patterson have more than 90 years of public school teacher experience in their immediate family.

Watch Our New Video!

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Friends,

We have a new video! Leslie and I are excited to share our conviction for conservative principles with you. Watch below:

As your State Representative, I will boldly stand for our conservative values. With your support, we can keep conservative representation in House District 106.

Looking forward to serving you,
Jared

ps.  Please consider making a $25, $50 or $250 donation today. Your help is crucial in this battle.

Patterson Announces the Endorsement of 27 Elected City Officials

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On Tuesday, Jared Patterson announced that he had received the endorsement of 27 in-district city officials including 7 mayors. The outpouring of support continues the momentum his campaign has experienced over the last several months as it’s received countless Republican and local officials’ support. 

Patterson reacted to the support saying, “Our campaign won’t slow down. The outpouring of support is incredibly encouraging. As a previous local official I know that each city faces specific challenges. I look forward to working with these officials to ensure that our conservative principles are advanced in Austin.”

“I am dedicated to ensuring that the citizens of Frisco, and other areas of Denton County, are represented by a solid conservative ready and willing to work with us. That’s why I’m proud to support Jared Patterson for State Representative.” -Frisco Councilman Brian Livingston

“I agree that Jared represents our values and is the right choice to continue the great work Rep. Pat Fallon has been doing on our behalf in Austin.  We will be supporting him in the Republican Primary Election in March 2018.”  -The Colony Councilman David Terre

“Jared Patterson not only shares my conservative values, but also has the right experience to represent us in the Texas House.  He has my full support.”  -Pilot Point Mayor Shea Dane-Patterson

Full list of city official endorsements:

Frisco Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating
Frisco City Councilman Brian Livingston

Little Elm Mayor David Hillock
Little Elm Mayor Pro Tem Neil Blais
Little Elm Town Councilwoman Stephanie Shoemaker
Little Elm Town Councilman Nick Musteen

The Colony Mayor Joe McCourry
The Colony Mayor Pro Tem Perry Schrag
The Colony City Councilman Richard Boyer
The Colony City Councilman David Terre
The Colony City Councilman Kirk Mikulec
The Colony City Councilman Brian Wade

Celina Mayor Sean Terry
Celina Mayor Pro Tem Chad Anderson

Aubrey Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Perry
Aubrey City Councilman Christopher Rich

Oak Point Mayor Keith Palmer
Oak Point Mayor Pro Tem Lynn Harpold
Oak Point Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Judith Camp

Krugerville Mayor Jeff Parrent

Pilot Point Mayor Shea Dane-Patterson
Pilot Point City Councilman Dean Cordell
Pilot Point City Councilwoman Elisa Carrasco

Cross Roads Mayor Steve Smith
Cross Roads Mayor Pro Tem David Meek

Lakewood Village Mayor Pro Tem Eddie A Reed, Jr.

Sanger Mayor Pro Tem Gary Bilyeu

Jared Patterson Receives Multiple Mayoral Endorsements

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Jared Patterson Receives Multiple Mayoral Endorsements

District Mayors Representing Over 100k Texans Join Jared Patterson

(Frisco, TX) The Jared Patterson for State Representative Campaign announced another round of endorsements on Thursday, this time from the Mayors of seven area cities.

The seven area cities, in combined population, represent approximately 110,000 North Texans.

Endorsing Patterson for Texas House District 106 are the following:

* Mayor David Hillock, Little Elm 

* Mayor Joe McCourry, The Colony

* Mayor Sean Terry, Celina

* Mayor Shea Dane-Patterson, Pilot Point

* Mayor Keith Palmer, Oak Point

* Mayor Jeff Parrent, Krugerville

* Mayor Steve Smith, Cross Roads

“With Jared Patterson representing us, I know we’re going to get good legislation and a reliable conservative vote to protect our communities, businesses and families,” said Mayor Joe McCourry of The Colony.

“Jared is an effective and smart leader.  He’s going to be a huge asset in the legislature.” Little Elm Mayor David Hillock said.

“I’d like to thank each Mayor for their support.” Patterson said. “These leaders will help me represent our neighbors in Austin ensuring we build stronger, safer communities throughout the district.”

These recent endorsements add to a growing number of supporters released over the past few weeks, including Denton County law enforcement officials, a super-majority of in-district GOP Precinct Chairs and statewide conservative groups.

A local small businessman and engaged community builder, Jared and his wife Leslie have three children and are members of the First Baptist Church of Frisco, Texas.

Jared Patterson is running for the Republican nomination in Texas House District 106, which covers east and northeast Denton County. The Republican Primary is on March 6, 2018. Early voting begins February 20, 2018. 

Conservative Jared Patterson Files for HD 106, Announces More Endorsements

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Friends,

Yesterday, Representative Patrick Fallon traveled to Austin to make his Texas Senate candidacy official.  Today, I met with the Denton County Republican Party leadership and officially filed to run for State Representative in House District 106!

Since entering this race in August, I’ve had the great fortune of meeting wonderful conservatives throughout the district.  In sharing my conservative vision, and clearly stating where I stand on the important issues facing Texans, we’ve been gaining momentum – and conservatives from across Texas are noticing.

You’ll recall recent endorsements from the Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree, Denton County Constables Michael Truitt and Doug Boydston, and a super-majority of Republican Precinct Chairs.  Now, we’re proud to announce endorsements from impactful Texas conservative groups such as Texas Right to Life and Texans for Fiscal Responsibility!

Voters, elected leaders and conservative groups are letting it be known – Jared Patterson is the conservative candidate who will fight for life, for the Second Amendment, for tax and spending reforms, for transparency at TXDOT and against subsidies for illegal immigrants.

There are 111 days until Election Day, and I need your help!  If you share my conservative values, please take a moment to visit my website, sign up to volunteer and consider making a financial contribution of $111!  Together, we can ensure Representative Fallon leaves HD 106 in good hands.

Thank you for your trust and the faith you’ve shown in me.

God bless,

Jared

Jared Patterson Campaign Announces Super-Majority Support From In-District GOP Precinct Chairs

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Jared Patterson Campaign Announces Super-Majority Support From
In-District GOP Precinct Chairs

(Frisco, TX) Wednesday, the Jared Patterson for State Representative Campaign announced support from a super-majority of Republican Precinct Chairs in House District 106.  A Precinct Chair is the local representative of the Republican Party at the grassroots level in each voting precinct.

Public endorsements were made by the following Denton County GOP Precinct Chairs within House District 106:

Dody Brigadier, Frisco
Mike Thompson, Krugerville
Chuck Wright, Frisco
Sylvia Acuff, Little Elm
Sharon Jones, The Colony
Ian Grazulis, Frisco
Timothy Curtiss, Little Elm
Michael Jones, Frisco
Rick Muse, The Colony
Corey Lynn Haughton, Pilot Point
Cassie Weaver, Little Elm
Roy Winegar, The Colony 
Connie Hudson, The Colony
Kate Craig, Little Elm
Terri Lowery, Little Elm
Jack Dinsmore, Frisco

The announcement comes nearly a month after the public endorsements of Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree and Denton County Constables Michael Truitt and Doug Boydston.

“This wide range of support from grassroots leaders throughout the district is quite humbling.” Patterson said.  “I appreciate the faith they’ve shown in me and I can’t wait to get down to Austin to fight for our shared conservative values.”

Patterson has been a lifelong conservative activist and is a former precinct chairman, former city councilman and has served as a delegate to the Republican State Convention three times.  He and his wife, Leslie, have three children and reside in Frisco, Texas.

Jared Patterson is running for the Republican nomination in Texas House District 106, which covers part or all of the cities of The Colony, Frisco, Little Elm, Oak Point, Cross Roads, Krugerville, Aubrey, Pilot Point, Celina, Prosper, Providence Village, Hackberry and Sanger in east/northeast Denton County. The Republican Primary is on March 6, 2018 and the general election is on November 6, 2018. There are 150 members of the Texas State House, elected to two-year terms.

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Straus Quits

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Friends,

For years, conservatives in the Texas House have been silenced by Speaker Joe Straus and his lieutenants.  However, it’s a new day!  I am pleased to report to you that Speaker Straus and Chairman Cook announced today that they will not be seeking re-election this cycle! Texans will finally have a new Speaker!

This next legislative session will be the most important session in more than a decade – as we force the conservative agenda to forefront.  I pledge to you today that I will fight to elect the most conservative Speaker possible so that we can finally end abortion, institute constitutional carry, reform the broken property tax system and end taxpayer subsidies to illegal immigrants.

Please help me get to the House by contributing $50, $100 or even $250 TODAY! Let’s not waste this opportunity to exercise the strength of the grassroots conservatives in Texas!

Sincerely,

Jared Patterson

Denton County Law Enforcement Leaders Endorse Jared Patterson

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Denton County Law Enforcement Leaders Endorse Jared Patterson

(Denton, TX) Today, law enforcement leaders in Denton County including Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree, announced their endorsement and support of Jared Patterson, who is running for the seat being vacated by Pat Fallon in the Texas House of Representatives.

“We need to make sure Pat Fallon is replaced with a committed conservative who is ready to stand for the people of Denton County, not the special interests in Austin. This is why I support Jared Patterson for State Representative,” said Sheriff Murphree.

The announcement from Sheriff Tracy Murphree matched similar endorsements for Patterson from two Denton County Constables, Doug Boydston and Mike Truitt.

“With three generations of law enforcement in my family, I am incredibly honored to have Sheriff Murphree, Constable Boydston and Constable Truitt’s support.” said Patterson.  “I’m proud to have them join our team as we spread our conservative message throughout House District 106.”

Patterson has been a lifelong conservative activist and is a former precinct chairman, former city board member, former city councilman and has served as a delegate to the Republican State Convention three times.  He and his wife, Leslie, have three children and reside in Frisco, Texas.

Jared Patterson is running for the Republican nomination in Texas House District 106, which covers part or all of the cities of The Colony, Frisco, Little Elm, Prosper, Oak Point, Cross Roads, Krugerville, Aubrey, Pilot Point and Sanger in east/northeast Denton County. The Republican Primary is on March 6, 2018 and the general election is on November 6, 2018. There are 150 members of the Texas State House, elected to two-year terms.