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Daugherty Repeats the Empty Bus Myth
No one takes mass transit in the city – except for all these people on the bus with me
DAILY News  October 14, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Today at a lunchtime candidate forum held by the South Austin Civic Club at Green Pastures Restaurant, no less than Republican Travis County Pct. 3 Commissioner Gerald Daugherty – who sits on the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization board, responsible for the region's mobility planning – repeated a version of this fiction..."

Dems Hunting Daugherty in Precinct 3
Dems Hunting Daugherty in Precinct 3, Voting Rolls Mystery Part 2: The County's Side, and Voter ID Bill Redux
News Story  February 1, 2008, by Lee Nichols
" a Democrat­ic fortress – Moore's incumbency had only been through appointment, replacing Republican commis­sioner turned state Rep. Todd Baxter, and in 2004, no Dem even challenged Daugherty's re-election to a full term..."

A GOP Win in Huber-Daugherty Replay
Gerald Daugherty is back
News Story  November 9, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...Gerald Daugherty's heavily rotated TV ad of frustrated drivers stuck in traffic proved a worthy investment for the former Travis County Commis­sion­er, who reclaimed the Precinct 3 seat he lost to Karen Huber in 2008. The final results were eerily similar to the returns four years ago, with Daugherty on top this time at 48% to Huber's 46%, and Libertarian Pat Dixon at 5.5%...."

SOS Files Complaint Against Daugherty
Group charges commissioner deleted texts and emails
News Story  March 21, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...The Save Our Springs Alliance this week filed a criminal complaint against Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty, just one day before the Commissioners Court agreed, on a 4-1 vote late Tuesday, to spend $15 million for the construction of the State Highway 45 toll road project in Southwest Austin (see "Then There's This," for more SH 45 coverage)...."

Daugherty Says Lehmberg Should Resign
But county officials have no power to make that happen
DAILY News  May 22, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...The assessment was provided to the court by Executive Assistant County Attorney Jim Collins, in response to an item posted to this week's agenda by Pct. 3 Commissioner Gerald Daugherty, exploring the "authority to respond to call for resignation or removal from office of Travis County District Attorney."..."

Travis Commissioner Pct. 3: Daugherty in Big Trouble
Huber has solid lead in early vote
DAILY News  November 4, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Incumbent Republican Pct. 3 Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty appears to be in big trouble after early voting..."

Daugherty Leads Early Vote
Huber tries to retain Precinct 3 seat in rematch
DAILY News  November 6, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...EV totals have former Travis Commissioner Gerald Daugherty at 50.17% over Dem incumbent Karen Huber's 45.71% and Libertarian candidate 4.12%...."

Daugherty Leads Early Vote
Huber tries to retain Pct. 3 seat in rematch
DAILY News  October 28, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...EV totals have former Travis Commissioner Gerald Daugherty at 50.17% over Dem incumbent Karen Huber's 45.71% and Libertarian candidate 4.12%...."

Toll Road Plan Remains in Fast Lane
But Gerald Daugherty (of all people) wants to slow road-building down
News Story  July 9, 2004, by Kimberly Reeves
"...The fact that it's Travis Co. Commissioner Gerald Daugherty, of all people, asking the region to slow down on road construction is a bit of an irony..."

County Officials to Get Big Raises
And Gerald Daugherty's not happy about it
News Story  August 2, 2018, by Lindsay Stafford Mader
"...Tuesday's vote represents just the first phase of three consecutive years of raises for elected officials, which the commissioners court has approved, saying the figures should be brought in line with salaries of elected officials in certain other Texas counties. The lone dissenter, conservative Gerald Daugherty, voiced his strong disagreement with the move..."

Precinct 3 Upset
Dems may have Libertarian to thank for victory
News Story  November 7, 2008, by Katherine Gregor
"..."I'm excited because the people are excited!" beamed Karen Huber on election night. In what the Democratic challenger characterized as a victory for the environment, controls on growth, and better transportation planning in southwest Travis County, Huber unseated Republican Gerald Daugherty as Travis County commissioner for Precinct 3 in a three-way race; it's likely Daugherty could have retained his seat if not for Libertarian Wes Benedict, who nabbed 7,088 votes..."

Closer Look at Pct. 3 Contributors
Big names appear in Daugherty and Huber's donors
DAILY News  October 22, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...In the fundraising quarter ending Sept. 25, Democrat Karen Huber outperformed incumbent Republican Gerald Daugherty in her challenge to his Travis County Commissioner Pct..."

Precinct 3: Ye Olde Transportation Debate Takes Spotlight
Two candidates diverge on roads and growth in Western Travis County
News Story  October 24, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Contrary to what you may have been led to believe – possibly by one of his own infamous fits of anger – Gerald Daugherty really isn't a bad guy. Even his main opponent in the upcoming election will tell you so – they've been to each other's houses for dinner and describe each other as friends..."

Which Way Do We Go?
Rae Takes the Wheel
News Story  April 8, 1999, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...The de facto leader of their camp is Gerald Daugherty, leader of the ROAD (Reclaim Our Allocated Dollars) effort against Capital Metro's tax collection and prime citizen advocate of the Krusee bill. "This community does not embrace Capitol Metro building or engineering anything," he says..."

Precinct 3 Race Likely a Rematch
The Precinct 3 primary looks to be a preview of a fall rematch
News Story  February 10, 2012, by Mike Kanin
"...The latest battle in Texas' perennial war with itself over election districts has lent an air of intrigue to even the most mundane electoral contests. Here in Travis County, the race for the Precinct 3 seat on Commissioners Court gathered its own historical aura – once former commissioner Gerald Daugherty made his decision to challenge incumbent Dem­o­crat Karen Huber..."

Austin @ Large: Toll Roadkill
The dead armadillos are on the sides of the highway, not in the middle
News Column  July 23, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...I don't mean to put y'all off your food or anything, but I'm sitting here thinking about Gerald Daugherty and Bill Bunch miraculously producing children, and ... man, those would be some ugly babies..."

Cease-Fire Ends in Southwest Road Wars
Environmentalists charge that Daugherty has been working backroom deals for southwest roads
News Story  September 22, 2006, by Kimberly Reeves
"...Travis County's environmental community used last week's Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization meeting to attack County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty, ending a long-standing, but rather uneasy, truce between the county's self-proclaimed road warrior and environmentalists...."

Here Come the Transporters
In the endless Central Texas transportation wars, the lions and the lambs look for ways to make peace
News Story  June 4, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Indeed, it was like old-home week for the posse who helped kill light rail in 2000 – Travis Co. Commissioner Gerald Daugherty and his joined-at-the-hip sidekick, former Tracor CEO Jim Skaggs; former Council Member Max Nofziger and his friends on the South Congress strip; other neighborhood leaders who claim to support rail as long as it's somewhere else; and proponents of monorail and personal transporters and all the other technologies supposedly superior to anything Cap Metro (or its peers in most other cities) have ever thought about before...."

Then There's This: The Road of Many Sagas
As SH 45 revs up (again), group sues for commissioner's emails
News Column  November 29, 2013, by Amy Smith
"...For someone who is an active political player in the crusade to build a controversial toll road in southwest Austin, Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty has nonetheless managed to maintain a very small and insignificant paper trail tracking his role in the project...."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  October 14, 2005
"...On Monday, the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization's Transportation Policy Board approved another two-year term for Walker and Treviño with a 6-1 vote. Commissioner Gerald Daugherty, who wants a portion of Cap Met's sales tax revenues set aside for road building, was the lone dissenting vote..."

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