Harris County Democrats Went to the Polls in Person in Greater Numbers than Harris County Republicans Through the First Two of Early Voting!

Democrats are winning the “EARLY VOTING BY PERSONAL APPEARANCE TURNOUT” through the first two days of “EARLY VOTING” in Harris County. Thus far, 6,976 Democrats have personally gone to the polls. Comparatively, 6,676 Republicans have personally gone to the polls to vote. However, Republicans have a total voter participation number of 14,493 and the Democrats have a total voter participation number of 12,627 so far. I will keep you posted.

Sunday, July 22, 2012


DISTRICT ATTORNEY LYKOS ON LEADERSHIP: Pat Lykos - Republican Speaks:to Aubrey R. Taylor about the importance of electing good leadership during times of crisis

DISTRICT ATTORNEY PAT LYKOS: "Leadership is vital to swift assessment, rapid response, optimizing use of resources, adaptation to changing circumstances and minimizing collateral damage in controlling a crisis. Leaders should always demonstrate a calm confidence and be decisive. The effective enforcement of our criminal laws is essential to keeping the social fabric intact, which is based upon law and order and the rule of law. As Drucker said, “Leaders do the right things and managers do things right.” Good leaders hold themselves accountable first, and then their subordinates." NOTE: Pat Lykos was the Republican nominee for Harris County District Attorney back in the 2008 Presidential Election when she provided me with this statement. She went on to win her race in the election.