Bob Deuell

Tomorrow's Water Today
7:00 am
Mon June 9, 2014

Hall undecided on Marvin Nichols proposal

Bob Hall
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Van Zandt county retired businessman Bob Hall rode a wave of Tea Party support to defeat longtime state Senator Bob Deuell in a Republican Party primary runoff last month. Having won the GOP nomination, Hall is considered a safe bet to win the general election in November. 

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2014 Elections
2:27 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Southern counties oust Deuell

Texas Senate District 2
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Last night, State Sen. Bob Deuell experienced a demi-version of what Mitt Romney endured in 2012. He won most of the geographic territory, but not the most votes.

Bob Hall, the retired businessman who defeated incumbent Deuell in the race to be the Republican nominee for the Texas Senate District 2 seat, did so by a whisker-thin margin. Hall collected 18,230 votes to 17,930 for Deuell.

That 300-vote margin came in part from Hall’s success in the southern part of the district and in the suburbs of Dallas.

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2014 Elections
9:08 pm
Mon May 26, 2014

Radio-ad scuffle latest in pro-life rift

Dr. Bob Deuell
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The battle for Texas Senate District 2 has turned a little chippy in its closing weeks. The most recent nastiness concerned a radio ad targeting incumbent Bob Deuell. The ad was the latest joust in an ongoing schism within the pro-life movement in Texas.

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2014 Elections
5:22 pm
Mon May 26, 2014

Hall defends against court-document claims

Bob Hall
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In many of the Republican primary runoff elections this year in Texas, the campaigns have turned negative, with personal attacks on the character of candidates mixing in with debate on the issues.

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2014 Elections
3:03 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

A rundown of the runoffs on the May 27 ballot

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Primary day may be over, but several primary races are far from settled. 

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2014 Elections
10:47 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

Ratcliffe forces runoff as incumbents struggle

John Ratcliffe will face incumbent Ralph Hall in a May 27 runoff.
KERA

It was a rough night for Republican incumbents in Northeast Texas. Some must dust themselves off and scrap again in a May 27 runoff election. And a couple lost outright.

Ralph Hall, who has represented Northeast Texas in Congress since 1980, will face challenger John Ratcliffe in a runoff. Ratcliffe, a former U.S. attorney during the George W. Bush administration, didn’t get too close to Hall in vote totals, but Hall’s failure to win a majority of ballots cast ensures a runoff.

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Tomorrow's Water Today
6:56 am
Mon February 17, 2014

Deuell cool on Marvin Nichols Reservoir proposal

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The Texas Water Development Board divides the state into 16 regions for the purposes of water planning. The Northeast Texas planning group (Region D) and the North Texas planning group (Region C) disagree on one huge question - the proposed Marvin Nichols Reservoir. State Senator Bob Deuell (R-Greenville), whose district overlaps both regions, favors alternatives to Marvin Nichols Reservoir.

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Tomorrow's Water Today
8:00 am
Mon September 30, 2013

Deuell favors creation of new water fund

Bob Deuell
texasgop.com

Texas Rep. Bob Deuell supports the ballot initiative that would create a new fund to pay for water infrastructure development in Texas.

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Texas Legislative Session
10:03 am
Wed October 3, 2012

Deuell, Flynn to Address Greenville Breakfast

Sen. Deuell (L) and Rep. Flynn

Texas lawmakers will appear before local business and government leaders later this month to provide a preview of the 2013 state legislative session.

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Politics
8:56 am
Mon March 12, 2012

Deuell unopposed due to Hall's clerical error

AUSTIN - There’s also been a shakeup in the race for the district two seat for State Senate, as Incumbent Senator Bob Deuell of Greenville is the only candidate on the May 29 ballot.

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Texas political maps
8:41 am
Wed February 29, 2012

A local perspective on new district lines in Texas

SAN ANTONIO - Some of the new lines have been drawn for North Texas. Interim maps for Texas state House and Congressional districts were approved Tuesday.

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News
7:29 am
Wed February 8, 2012

Deuell on board with construction of oil pipeline

AUSTIN - A state senator from Northeast Texas is among six state legislators to send a letter to Washington urging Congress to immediately approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

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Politics
7:39 am
Thu January 12, 2012

Van Zandt County man to challenge Deuell in primary

http://votebobhall.com/

EDGEWOOD - Edgewood businessman and engineer Bob Hall has formally filed for State Senator for District 2. 

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A&M-Commerce campus
1:41 pm
Mon October 17, 2011

Performances to highlight Music Building dedication

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COMMERCE - A formal dedication ceremony for the New Music Building on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce is scheduled for this Friday.

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Education
6:50 am
Tue October 11, 2011

Education at the forefront of Friday breakfast

GREENVILLE - District 2 State Senator Bob Deuell will be recognized with the Champion for Children Award at this Friday’s Wake Up to the Issues breakfast, presented by the Greenville Chamber.

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