“Brazoria County Republicans owe a great deal to Chase Burgin for the work and time he has dedicated to keeping our county red. During a time when liberals were sending vast amounts of resources in an attempt to gain a foothold in Brazoria County, Chase’s leadership, outreach efforts, hard work, and resumé, was one aspect the democrats couldn’t plan for.”
- Yvonne Dewey, Former Brazoria County Republican Party Chairwoman
Brazoria County Precinct 4 is extremely large and diverse. It requires civil servants to have ties and an understanding with people, businesses, and organizations in both the northern and southern parts of the county.
With this being a redistricting year, some lines will be changing. However, what won’t change is the fact we will need an individual who can gain new voters for the party AND handle the unique caseload precinct 4 JP’s will sure to have in the coming years.
If you’re unsure what precinct you’re in, here’s the link to the county website that can help you discover which precinct you live in: http://maps.brazoriacountytx.gov/jp/.
Over the last 20 years Republicans have held the clear advantage. Now, the change we’ve seen over the last 6-8 years has at the very least narrowed the gap with many predicting a complete swap from Red to Blue. The charts below allow you to visualize how democrats have closed the gap on this office over the past 15 years. All of the historical voting numbers can be found on the Brazoria County Clerk’s webpage here in case you want to check the numbers yourself.
Projection for Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Place 2 Race
If the current voting trend, or growth rate according to historical voting records, continues, here is what the Precinct 4 JP race could look like in the 2022 general election:
Democrat votes increased from 5,907 to 22,344 votes in 14 years.
My opponent has gone from 9,835 votes to 18,094 in 12 years.
In 2010 general, 5,700 undervotes COULD have brought the Republican Party up to 20k votes, but instead, Precinct 4 voters skipped over the Justice of the Peace race while voting for other races. This means voters would rather not cast their vote for either candidate.
This trend indicates a shift to Blue for this race IF WE REMAIN WITH THE STATUS QUO.
We MUST elect officials that can hold their own against the liberals seeking to change our way of life. We MUST elect officials that can help other elected officials gain new voters AND inspire people to get off the couch to vote. We MUST elect servants that have the experience & education to perform the duties of the position in this unique area in a manner that showcases conservative principles.
Chase is the ONLY candidate that fits all of these requirements and is our best chance for winning in 2022 and beyond.
Charles “Chase” Burgin for Justice of the Peace Pct. 4, Pl. 2.
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Early voting begins February 14, 2022. Primary election is on March 1, 2022
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