Harris County Democrats Worked Together to Secure Come-From-Behind Victory for Democrat Pretta VanDible Stallworth in Her Saturday, December 9, 2017 HCCS Trustee for District IX Runoff Election Showdown Against Republican Front-Runner Eugene Pack 

Key people on the cover of this edition Houston Business Connections Magazine© are Dr. Pretta VanDible Stallworth (HCCS Trustee-Elect for District IX), Sheila Jackson Lee (Congresswoman for the 18th Congressional District of Texas), Borris L. Miles (State Senator for District 13), Al Green (Congressman for the 9th Congressional District of Texas), Alma Allen (State Rep. for House District 131), Rodney Ellis (Harris County Commissioner Precinct #1), Senfronia Thompson (State Rep. for House District 141), Larry V. Green (Councilman for District K), and Gilberto Hinojosa (Texas Democratic Party Chair), and Lillie Schechter (Harris County Democratic Party Chair). Houston Business Connections Magazine© is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 or (281)788-3033 for more information. All Rights Reserved.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

OPEN LETTER: Reince Priebus, GOP Making A Fresh Start, Announces $10 Million Dollar Initiative

"I recently received this email from the GOP and think this new direction and fresh start the GOP is making is an awesome thing for America; and is much needed at this moment in our nation's history. So take a moment and view the email and announcement below. And by all means, do your own research and homework to determine whether this is good for you and your family." -- Aubrey R. Taylor, Publisher


















Dear Friend,

This week we released the most public and comprehensive post-election review in the history of any national party.

One thing is clear there's no simple solution to the challenges that face us as a party. So we are taking substantive and immediate action on everything from messaging and demographic partners, to technology and campaign mechanics.

This is a fresh start. It's about winning elections and growing the party, but more importantly it's because we believe America deserves better than what we have today.

Too many Americans are still out of work, and too many families deserve more take-home pay. Many of them support Democrats simply because we haven't done a good enough job offering them our alternative. But that changes today.

All of the proposals laid out in this report will cost money. But I am confident that with the help of friends like you we will be able to meet the challenges that face our party and accomplish our goals.

We simply can't do this alone, we need you by our side.
Donate today to commit to building our party together.





Reince Priebus
Chairman, Republican National Committee




GOP Chair Reince Priebus Calls for Earlier Conventions, Expanded Minority Outreach, Launches A New $10 million Initiative to Reach Out to Hispanic, African American, Asian Communities Across America

WASHINGTON — As the Republican Party tries to bounce back from its loss in November’s presidential election, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus today outlined some of the tactical changes he feels the party must make, including expanding outreach to minority voters and holding the Party’s convention earlier in the summer.

“I’m calling for a convention in June or July,” Priebus said during an appearance on CBS News’ “Face the Nation,” arguing that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was a “sitting duck” in the months leading up to the Republican National Convention in August.

“We’re going to set up a commission that’s going to make that decision,” he said. “I’m going to be a part of that, I’m going to chair that commission, but no more August conventions.”

While Democrats benefited from well invested and expansive political operations in states across the country in 2012, Priebus acknowledged the Republicans faced a deficit in that area and said the GOP would combat shortfall by launching a $10 million initiative dedicated to outreach in minority communities.

“The Obama campaign lived in these communities for years. Their relationships were deep. They were authentic,” Priebus said. “We’re going to be announcing a $10 million initiative just this year which will include hundreds of people, paid, across the country, from coast to coast, in Hispanic, African American, Asian communities, talking about our party, talking about our brand, talking about what we believe in, going to community events, going to swearing-in ceremonies being a part of the community on an ongoing basis paid for by the Republican National Committee, to make the case for our party and our candidates.”

Priebus also said he hopes to reduce the number of primary debates to a more reasonable number like “seven or eight” per election cycle.

CONTRIBUTE TO THE GOP TODAY!

Your contribution to the GOP will fuel our efforts to fight for conservative principles and real leadership. The Republican Party will be stronger because of supporters like you. We are looking forward to 2013 and the many new opportunities it affords. Now more than ever, the GOP will continue to fight for the principles that we believe in. With your help we will ensure the Republican Party is prepared to make our case to the American people – and ready to claim victory in the future!





MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS: Watch Out for the Missouri City Council District A Race involving Bobby Marshall, Rodney Griffin and Yolanda Ford on Saturday, May 11, 2013

By Aubrey R. Taylor
President, Aubrey R. Taylor Communications
The Publisher of Your Thought Matters Newspaper

Back in the 2011 General Election face off in Missouri City for the District A City Council seat Rodney Griffin came within 33 votes of unseating the incumbent Bobby Marshall. However, a dismal 6.52% voter turnout in the (6) six precinct district largely made up of African-American voters proved a little too much for Griffin to overcome in his quest to unseat the incumbent. But Rodney L. Griffin is back on the ballot again in the 2013 General Election to be held on Saturday, May 11, 2013. However, he's not facing the incumbent alone this time around. Yolanda Ford, a local architectural designer and urban planner is also in the race seeking to unseat Councilman Bobby Marshall.


-- CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TRUSTEE JIM RICE

Re-Elect Jim Rice on Saturday, May 11, 2013 in the General Election for Fort Bend County ISD Position 3 Trustee. For Jim Rice, serving on the Board of Trustees for Fort Bend ISD is both an honor and a privilege. He stands by his commitment to the success of Fort Bend ISD. Early voting is from Monday, April 29th through Tuesday, May 7th. So vote during the early voting period!



Missouri City At Large Position II Council Member Danny Nguyen (far left) is the Economic Development Committee Chair. Council Member Nguyen at an Economic Development effort with Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert (second photo). Council Member Nguyen at the appreciation of safety event with Constable Ruben Davis.


-- CLICK HERE IF YOU CAN VOTE IN THE MISSOURI CITY 2013 ELECTION





-- CHECK OUT THE STATE OF MISSOURI CITY -- BY RODNEY L. GRIFFIN

Businessman Rodney Griffin continues to campaign tirelessly for the revitalization of Texas Parkway. He has served the Missouri City community as the Presiding Election Judge for many terms. Presently he serve Precinct 2059 as the Democratic Chair and on the State Democratic Executive Committee in Austin. According to Griffin he was the first State (Texas) party official to endorse then candidate Obama for president (Feb, 22, 2007). During the de centennial census, he made sure that every person in the Missouri City community was counted. 


VOTER TURNOUT WILL BE KEY IN THE 2013 GENERAL ELECTION


This time around a low 6.52% voter turnout may be problematic in a race with two African-American candidates trying to unseat Councilman Marshall. There's a possibility that Ford and Griffin could cancel one another out in this race should the turnout be as dismal as it was back in the 2011 General Election. But in a three candidate race with a projected low voter turnout; a runoff is also a huge possibility should no candidate garner more than 50% of the vote.

A LOOK BACK AT THE 2011 GENERAL ELECTION

Bobby Marshall only defeated Rodney L. Griffin by 33 votes in the 2011 General Election. Griffin led Marshall after Early Voting by gaining 56.76% or 100 votes to Marshall's 43.24% or 80 votes. However, Election Day voting is where Marshall proved too much for Griffin to handle in 2011. On Election Day, Marshall garnered 58.79% or 194 votes to Griffin's 41.21% or 136 votes to win the election. This chart was created by Aubrey R. Taylor Communication. Call 832.212.8735 to report any errors or concerns associated with this chart.


CHARTER AMENDMENTS COULD HELP VOTER TURNOUT

According to Mayor Allen Owen, the City of Missouri City had the Charter Review Commission look at changes that needed to be made and updated to the Missouri City Charter which the city is required to do from time to time. “In their review some minor changes need to be made and it takes voter approval to change the Charter. City Council unanimously approved the changes and are offering them to the voters on the ballot on Saturday, May 11, 2013. We would ask that the voters approve all of the changes," said Mayor Allen Owen in a statement he provided to us on this matter.


Deadlines for the 2013 General Election in Missouri City Texas
Important dates associated with the 2013 General Election are as follows:

Ballot By Mail May Be Requested:
-- Tuesday, March 12, 2013 through Friday, May 13, 2013

Last Day to Register to Vote:
-- Thursday, April 11, 2013

Early Voting Period:
-- Monday, April 29, 2013 through Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The 2013 General Election Day:
-- Saturday, May 11, 2013

PLEASE HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS ELECTION

 If you live in Fort Bend County or know someone who lives in Missouri City (Texas) or Fort Bend County please do us a favor and tell them about this very important General Election about to go down in their county/city on Saturday, May 11, 2013.



DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE FORT BEND ISD SCHOOL BOARD RACES

If you planned on running for a position on the Board of Trustees for the Fort Bend County ISD School Board the Friday, March 1, 2013 deadline has already come and gone. But all is not lost. You can still vote in the Saturday, May 11, 2013 General Election if you’re registered to vote. The deadline to register to vote in the Saturday, May 11, General Election is Thursday, April 11, 2013. Voters in Fort Bend ISD will go to the polls on Saturday, May 11, if they plan to vote on Election Day. The Early Voting period for the General Election is Monday, April 29th through Tuesday, May 7th.

Voters living in Fort Bend ISD will be able to vote for the candidates of their choice in both contested Fort Bend County ISD School Board races in the 2013 General Election

The two positions that will be on the ballot are:

FOR POSITION 3: Fort Bend County voters must make a choice between Jim Rice and Vanesia R. Johnson in this Fort Bend County ISD School Board Trustee race on Saturday, May 11, 2013.

FOR POSITION 7: Fort Bend County voters must make a choice between Dave Rosenthal, Cynthia Lenton Gary, Rodrigo Carreon, and Kiciena Enaohwo in this Fort Bend County ISD School Board Trustee race.


Re-Elect Jim Rice on Saturday, May 11, 2013 in the General Election for Fort Bend County ISD Position 3 Trustee. For Jim Rice, serving on the Board of Trustees for Fort Bend ISD is both an honor and a privilege. He stands by his commitment to the success of Fort Bend ISD. Early voting is from Monday, April 29th through Tuesday, May 7th. So vote during the early voting period!




DON’T FORGET TO HELP US SPREAD THE WORD

Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Your Thought Matters Newspaper is currently focusing our efforts on highlighting the 2013 General Election in Missouri City, Texas. This is a very important election as Mayor Allen Owen and the entire sitting Missouri City Council are presenting over (15) fifteen propositions for voter approval. There are also, two Missouri City Council seats being contested in this election. In District A Incumbent Bobby Marshall is being challenged by Rodney Griffin and Yolanda Ford. In District B Incumbent Don Smith is being challenged by Henderson James Hunter, Jr for his seat at the Missouri City Council table. Please remind everyone you know about the importance of this election taking place on Saturday, May 11, 2013 in Missouri City Texas. If you have any questions, or would like to be included on our blog or in our new newspaper call: (832)212-8735.You can call me directly at: (832)894-1352.




DO YOU LIVE IN MISSOURI CITY TEXAS?


Mayor Allen Owen Is Urging Missouri City Voters To Vote For All Fifteen Propositions on the 2013 General Election Ballot

"The City had the Charter Review Commission look at changes that needed to be made and updated to the Charter which we are required to do periodically. In their review some minor changes need to be made and it takes voter approval to change the Charter. City Council unanimously approved the changes and are offering them to the voters on the ballot on Saturday, May 11, 2013. We would ask that the voters approve all of the changes." -- Allen Owen, Mayor of Missouri City, Texas




























About The Mayor of Missouri City

Mayor Allen Owen is Missouri City’s 10th mayor since the city’s incorporation in 1956. Mayor Owen and his family have lived in Missouri City more than 36 years. Mayor Owen continues to dedicate much of his time and expertise towards the development of a community where he and his wife of 46 years, Jane, raised their three children.

Owen has served as mayor since his election to that position in 1994. Prior to that time he was a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission for five years and a City Council member for eight years, including serving as mayor pro-tem.

Mayor Owen earned degrees from Southern Methodist University’s Graduate School of Finance and Banking and from Stephen F. Austin State University.

Community Involvement

From the beginning of Mayor Owen’s association with Missouri City, he has been highly visible in the community that now has grown to 68,000 residents and numerous businesses. He continues to play a major role in building a strong economy evidenced by Missouri City’s attraction of quality residential and commercial development.

Mayor Owen combines his former position, before retiring as senior vice president and Texas government liaison for Wells Fargo Bank of Texas with assuring he is available to hear and work with the City’s residents on their needs. He actively participates in numerous community activities, including tireless volunteer hours with the YMCA, United Way, March of Dimes, and many other organizations.

Additional Service

He serves on the boards for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, Fort Bend Women’s Center, Fort Bend Literacy Council, and the Fort Bend Community Justice Council. Mayor Owen is also a lifetime vice president and director of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, a lifetime member of the Fort Bend Fair, past president of the Texas 4H Foundation, and president of the Asian American Family Counseling Center.



About The 2013 General Election

In accordance with the Texas Election Code, the City of Missouri City will hold a General Election on Saturday, May 11, 2013. The races for the General Election are for the four district A, B, C, & D, Missouri City Council members. However, only Districts A and B are being contested on Saturday, May 11, 2013 in the General Election.

The term of office for these positions is two years from May 2013 to May 2015. The filing deadline to be added to the ballot has passed.


Here Are The 2013 Candidates On The General Election Ballot

The District A Incumbent Bobby Marshall is being challenged by Yolanda Ford and Rodney Griffin. The District B Incumbent Don Smith is being challenged by Henderson Hunter, Jr. The District C Incumbent Robin Elackatt is running unopposed. The District D Incumbent Floyd Emery is also running unopposed in the Saturday, May 11, 2013 General Election for Missouri City Texas.









About The Candidates On The 2013 General Election Ballot

THE DISTRICT A CANDIDATES:

District A - Bobby Marshall is a 19-year resident of Colony Crossing in Missouri City. In addition to his duties as City Council member, he also serves as a Board member of the Colony Crossing Homeowners Association. Marshall owns an office supply and printing business in the community. He has been a precinct alternate election judge for 27 years and a Little League volunteer for 36 years, including serving as a Little League World Series umpire in 2005.

He has been married to Vanessa for 28 years, and they have two children, Robert and Kristin.

Community Involvement: Prior to his election, Council member Marshall served as commissioner of the Missouri City Planning and Zoning Commission, served as chair of the Missouri City Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, served as vice chair of the Missouri City Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Committee, treasurer of the Missouri City Police and Fire Auxiliary, and board member of Municipal Utility District (MUD) 122.

In addition, Marshall has been a member of the Quail Valley Acquisition Feasibility Committee and the Public Safety Subcommittee.

Incumbent Bobby Marshall is being challenged on the 2013 General Election ballot by Yolanda Ford an Architecural Designer and Urban Planner and Rodney Griffin a retired Real Estate Excutive. Griffin continues to campaign tirelessly for the revitalization of Texas Parkway. He has served the Missouri City community as the Presiding Election Judge for many terms. Presently he serves Precinct 2059 as the Democratic Chair and on the State Democratic Executive Committee in Austin, Texas. Griffin is #1 on the ballot. Yolanda Ford and Bobby Marshall are also in the race.



THE DISTRICT B CANDIDATES

District B - Don Smith and family have owned a home in Hunters Glen III for 31 years. He is the current president of the Hunters Glen-III Homeowners’ Association and has served on that board in many capacities over the years. Don and his wife Etta have been married for 33 years and have five boys and one girl. Their seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild complete the family.

Council member Smith is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and since retiring as the southwestern divisional marketing director for Pitney Bowes, Don primarily has focused on community service.

Community Involvement - Council member Smith has recently resurrected the Texas Parkway Alliance; was a board member of the City’s Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone 1, and was secretary of the Texas Association of Black Council Members. He is chairman of the Missouri City Juneteenth Celebration Foundation; is a life time member of the NAACP and the A. Phillip Randolph Institute, a member of the Missouri City YMCA Century Club, the Black Heritage Committee – Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and the Covenant Glen United Methodist Church Male Chorus.

Incumbent Don Smith is being challenged on the 2013 General Election ballot in Missouri City by Henderson James Hunter, Jr. who is a chauffer and has served on the Missouri City Parks Board for 11 years.



DISTRICT C IS NON-CONTESTED

District C - Robin Elackatt was elected to office on May 9, 2009, as the District C Council member. He and his wife Tina have been residents of Colony Lakes Subdivision since 2006. They have two daughters and are members of St. Laurence Catholic Church. Currently, Council member Elackatt works for Methodist Sugar Land Hospital.

Community Involvement - Prior to being a Council member, Elackatt served as the vice chairman and board member of the Parks Board. Currently, he serves on the Colony Lakes Homeowners’ Association Board and was the past president of the Homeowner’s Association Board.

Incumbent Council member Robn Elackatt is running unopposed in the Saturday, May 11, 2013 General Election in Missouri City.



DISTRICT D IS NON-CONTESTED


District D - Floyd Emery was elected to his office on May 14, 2011. He has been married 52 years to his wife, Linda. They have been homeowners in Quail Valley for more than 35 years, where they raised their two sons, Brian and Dennis.

Councilmember Emery retired from Halliburton in 1999 and was employed by Baroid/Dresser/Halliburton for 47 years of service prior to his early retirement. During his tenure, he achieved a successful business career excelling in the management and directorship of Information Technology, Finance and Human Resources.

Community Involvement - Council member Emery continues to have extensive involvement in various Missouri City and Quail Valley community service organizations. This includes QV Proud as its current president, Citizens for Missouri City’s Future as its president, an active member of the QV Exchange Club, and as chair of the Missouri City Police Officers Association annual benefit golf tournament.

Incumbent Council member Floyd Emery is running unopposed in the Saturday, May 11, 2013 General Election in Missouri City.





About the Charter Propositions on the Saturday, May 11, 2013 General Election Ballot

"City Council has unanimously approved these changes to the Missouri City Charter and are offering them to the voters on the ballot in the 2013 General Election . We would ask that the voters approve all of the changes." -- Allen Owen, Mayor


City of Missouri City Special Election 
- Charter Proposition No. 1


Shall Sections 2.01, 2.02, 2.03, and 2.05 of Article II; Sections 6.01, 6.05, and 6.07 of Article VI; Subsection C of Section 9.03 of Article IX; and Section 11.10 of Article XI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended and Section 6.08 of Article VI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be deleted in its entirety to conform to requirements and provisions of state law and to remove redundant provisions otherwise provided for in state law?






City of Missouri City Special Election 
- Charter Proposition No. 2


Shall Section 2.06 of Article II of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to require that notification of a lawsuit against the city must be provided to the city manager within six months of the date on which the cause of action accrued?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 3

Shall Section 3.05 of Article III of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify that the mayor shall sign official plats of city property and to clarify inconsistent language?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 4

Shall Section 3.11 of Article III of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to require the City of Missouri City to publish an ordinance imposing a penalty, fine, or forfeiture at any time after the passage of the ordinance to become effective?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 5

Shall Section 4.01 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to provide that the city manager may appoint one or more assistant city managers with the concurrence of the city council, to provide that the city manager set the compensation of such assistant city managers, and to provide that, if designated as the acting city manager, an assistant city manager shall act in the absence or disability of the city manager?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 6

Shall Section 4.02 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to provide that the city attorney appoint one or more assistant city attorneys with the concurrence of the city manager and to provide that the city manager set the compensation of such assistant city attorneys?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 7

Shall Section 4.04 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to provide that the city secretary appoint one or more assistant city secretaries with the concurrence of the city manager, to provide that the city manager set the compensation of such assistant city secretaries, and to change the title of the “assistant city secretary” to the “deputy city secretary?”


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 8

Shall Section 4.06 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to update and modernize certain terms, particularly “personnel,” “classified service,” “merit and fitness,” “pension,” and “in-service training program” and to clarify conflicting language?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 9

Shall Section 5.03 of Article V of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to add state law requirements for an initiative petition?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 10

Shall Section 7.01 of Article VII of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to more accurately describe the functions of the city’s finance department which administers the assessment and collection of the city’s taxes?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 11

Shall Section 8.01 of Article VIII of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify the requirements for membership on the planning commission by substituting the term “citizens” with the term “residents” and by removing the requirement that a member of the planning commission must own real property in the City of Missouri City?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 12

Shall Section 8.02 of Article VIII of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to remove the requirement that the planning commission submit an annual list of recommended capital improvements to the city manager before the beginning of each budget year?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 13

Shall Section 8.03 of Article VIII of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be deleted in its entirety to allow the appointment process for the director of planning, currently named the “director of development services,” to be consistent with the appointment process for other city department directors as provided in Section 4.01 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 14

Shall Section 9.04 of Article IX of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to allow the transfer of unencumbered appropriations among programs within a department, division, or office or, with city council authorization, between departments, divisions, or offices not later than the 60th day after the last day of the fiscal year?


City of Missouri City Special Election
- Charter Proposition No. 15

Shall Sections 10.02, 10.04, and 10.05 of Article X of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to add language to clarify that the City of Missouri City may take action regarding franchises only to the fullest extent authorized by law?


ELECTION DAY IS SAT., MAY 11, 2013
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44 Thoughts To Ponder For This Month

Here is the list of the (44) forty-four individuals included in this "Special Issue" of Your Thought Matters Newspaper. If you feel a calling to reach our world with your words of encouragement or reporting of positive information I'd like to discuss your inclusion in our next issue. Your Thought Matters Newspaper is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communication. For more information call 832.212.8735 today!

1.) Mayor Allen Owen
2.) Pastor Mia Wright
3.) Gallery Furniture
4.) Stephanie Boutte-Phillips
5.) Ashley Washington
6.) Joyce Meyer Ministries
7.) Georgia D. Provost
8.) Yolanda Denise Fontenot
9.) Pastor Paula White
10.) Donald Williams
11.) Roslyn Bazzelle
12.) Apostle Valencia Mashiach Williams
13.) Matchmaker Amber Neal
14.) Les Brown
15.) Pastor Jamal Bryant
16.) Bishop James Dixon, II
17.) State Rep. Ron Reynolds
18.) Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell
19.) John Cage
20.) Dr. D Ivan Young
21.) Creflo A. Dollar
22.) Evang Cassandra Taylor
23.) Elizabeth DeLeon Howard
24.) Rudy & Juanita Rasmus, and Tina Knowles
25.) Bishop James Dixon, II
26.) Jennifer Galaway
27.) Anella Spiller Coleman
28.) Carlondria Dixon
29.) Leslie TopRealtor Hall
30.) Tammi Matthews-Durden
31.) Lisa “Ladyle” Ricardo
32.) Rhonda Williams Thornton
33.) Michael Bunch
34.) Michaeline Yanascavage
35.) Yuri Solomon
36.) Cheron K. Griffin
37.) Diedre Colson
38.) Yogi Matthews
39.) Vannessa Wade
40.) Joel Osteen Ministries
41.) T.D. Jakes Ministries
42.) Constable May Walker
43.) Congressman Al Green
44.) Bishop K J Brown Ministries