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NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1 photo to accompany story Contact Lisa Hendrickson at 469-834-3476 Denton County Republican Party Mourns the Loss of Longtime Activist Tim Hoy

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NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Lisa Hendrickson at 469-834-3476 Denton County Republican Party Chairman Statement on Republican Sign Stealing and Defacement As the first week of record breaking early voting in the 2016 general election draws to a close, Denton County Republican Party Chairman Lisa Hendrickson issues a statement regarding Republican sign stealing and sign defacement: “ I have been hearing reports of s

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NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3 photos to accompany story Contact Lisa Hendrickson at chair@dentongop.org Denton County Republican Volunteers Honored

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NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Lisa Hendrickson at 469-834-3476 Denton County Republican Party Chairman Statement on Denton Voting Machines Issue Denton County Republican Party Chairman, Lisa Hendrickson issued the following statement regarding the Denton County voting machines and voters concerns regarding the integrity of ballots during this election process: “Upon hearing the concerns of my fellow Denton County Re

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