To VOTE, you must be registered.
Here are three sources for voter information.
- State of Texas
- Smith County Voter Registrar,
Karen Nelson at 903-590-4777
- Smith County Republican Party,
Ashton Oravetz at 903-593-0100
Author Archives: larrysmith
Sunday, July 22, 2012 Larry Smith’s Response to Every Single Allegation and Round of Mud Slung When I started this race, I knew I was putting a target on my back, but I had no idea my friends and supporters … Continue reading
As we begin the last two weeks of this Primary Election Runoff, I just want to say how much I appreciate my supporters. It has been a long seventeen months for all of us, yet you have remained steadfast in … Continue reading
By Elizabeth Thomas – email Smith County Sheriff Candidate Larry Smith. (Source: Larry Smith) SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -Each of the four Smith County Sheriff Candidates were given a questionnaire comprised of questions that were developed in large-part by members … Continue reading
This video is from the January 21, 2012 Fajita Dinner
and Live Auction – Former Texas Department of Public Safety Director Stan Clark
tells why he is supporting Larry Smith
Please take the time to watch the video from a recent campaign event. Former Texas Department of Public Safety Director Stan Clark tells what qualities Larry Smith has to be the next Sheriff of Smith County. Thank You. Stan Clark … Continue reading
The Office of Sheriff is more important today than ever. Everywhere I go people are concerned about the direction of our nation – and the government. Our country truly stands at a crossroads. We live in rapidly changing and challenging times, but our national heritage rests on a foundation that does not change – the Word of God.
The following link is to opening statements by Larry Smith and Chris Green at the TJC Sheriff’s Debate held on Thursday, Febuary 9, 2012.
The following link is to opening statements by me and Chris Green at the TJC Sheriff’s Debate held on Thursday, Febuary 9, 2012. The debate was sponsored and moderated on behalf of the Tyler Junior College Criminal Justice Program and … Continue reading