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Jacksboro, Texas

Jacksboro, Texas is located in Jack County.   


During Jack County's 2016 Presidential Election 88.8% (2,973 residents) voted Republican, 9.4%  (303 residents) voted Democrat, and 1.9% (63 residents) voted for other candidates. 


During the 2018 Republican Party Primary, voters had the opportunity to vote on proposition #7. This proposition gave voters the chance to voice their opinion if they were "In Favor" or "Against" this following statement: " I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas." In Jack County, out of 1,000 votes, 736 (73.6%) voted in favor of the idea of abolishing abortion in the state of Texas and 264 (26.4%) voted against the idea abolishing abortion in the state of Texas. 


The population of Jacksboro is 4,511.


The City Council has voted to take no action twice on the Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn Ordinance. Despite the outcome of the City Council's vote, the Mayor still wants to see his city become a Sanctuary City for the Unborn.


In the News . . . 


Jacksboro Herald-Gazette - December 17th, 2019

Jacksboro Council Takes No Action On Sanctuary City Designations 

By Brian Smith


Buffalo Gap Round-Up News - January 2020

The Message Is Simple: No Unborn Children Will Be Murdered In Sanctuary Cities

By Mark Lee Dickson


Sanctuary Status

First Pitch / Vote

December 9th, 2019

Result: Council Took No Action


Second Pitch / Vote

January 13th, 2020

Result: Council Took No Action


Result of Votes

Abortion is NOT outlawed in Jacksboro and no law is on the books in Jacksboro that would prevent the abortion industry from expanding into the city.



Jacksboro Speaks Out!

Why Jacksboro Residents Want To See Abortion Outlawed in Their City

“I am the Mayor of Jacksboro and want to promote God’s work. He said he knew us before we were formed. God gives us free will and I believe will judge us on what we do and what we didn’t do. God Bless Jacksboro.” - Alton M. 


“Abortion is wrong and against God’s will for us. Lowers morality of our city. Precautions should be taken before sex to prevent pregnancy, not after pregnancy is confirmed.” - Sandra F.




“I believe it is against God’s will. It destroys a child’s life who never gets a chance for life. People need to know how to take responsibility for their own actions. If they do not want children then take necessary precautions before engaging in intimacy.” - Jerry F. 

 A Special Message from LTC Allen West Concerning Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn


October 31st, 2019