Is 2022 the Year of Conservative Women in Texas Politics?

Is 2022 the Year of Conservative Women in Texas Politics?
September 25, 2021 Comments Off on Is 2022 the Year of Conservative Women in Texas Politics? Economy, RNHA News Articles Amanda Friedeck

Is 2022 the year of conservative women in Texas politics? The Presidential Election of 2020 came and went. Now at the end of 2021, it seems as though there was never a moment of downtime in the political arena. This is especially true when it comes to conservative women in Texas. Redistricting issues are still holding up the Texas Legislature Special Session due to data from the Census, but this isn’t stopping candidates from announcing early bids for office in the 2022 Primary Election.

Bold and courageous women are expressing excitement and dedication to have a shot at representing the Republican Party in the 2022 Midterm Election. With enough support, their victories will change the face of the Texas administration on local, state, and federal levels.

Conservative women have already announced their bids to run in record numbers and Fall 2021 is barely kicking off! Normally, candidates wait until the leaves are changing color to make campaign announcements. Candidates must submit their bids to the Texas Secretary of State’s Election Administration by year end.

These women are truly pushing limits and strongly advocating for their exceptional political movement on the campaign trail. With filing schedules posted on the Texas Secretary of State’s website, still tentative due to redistricting maps for these seats, it will be something to keep an eye on in the weeks and months to come.

Overall, it seems that conservative women in Texas are stepping up and going beyond the call of duty to serve their communities. Deadlines to place names on the ballot for any office in Texas for the 2022 Primary Election are set to be on December 13th by 5:00 pm (CST). Good luck to all these ladies and we will see you at the polls in 2022!

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Amanda Friedeck Amanda Sue Friedeck was born in Corpus Christi, Texas to Silvestre and Melinda Rodriguez. Being raised in a military family, the family finally settled in Alice, Texas in 1998 to make their American Dream happen: they established Silver Star Food Stores. After graduating from Alice High School, Amanda Sue obtained an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts, a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary, and a Jurisprudence Masters in American Legal Studies. She is currently pursuing a doctorate at Liberty University's Helms School of Government with a concentration in Public Policy (Economic Policy) while operating her own local business and serves on many executive committee boards such as the Alice Housing Authority, VFW Auxiliary 8621, and the Alice Hub City Chamber of Commerce. Joining the local party in 2015 while pregnant with her second child, Amanda felt the need to get involved to help others. The next few years saw her become the youngest County Chairwoman in 2018 and Republican Party of Texas SD 20 Volunteer of the Year in 2019. In addition, she was instrumental in the Jim Wells County Republican party as a Principal Advocate, resulting in a historic flipping Republican for the first time ever in 2020. Amanda Sue Friedeck is a mother of three children and is currently residing with her husband Garrett Friedeck in Alice, Texas.
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