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.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

A "2013 LEADERSHIP SERIES SALUTE" Goes out to Dulles Middle School for earning a "No Place for Hate" Designation from the Anti-Defamation League of Houston

Pictured in front of the Diversity Wall are (from left to right): Chris Hu, Dana Cox, Librarian; Nicole Dew, Vicky Smith, Counselor; Taylor Miller, Nick Falsone, Arielle Richards, Julie Mai, Greg Foulds, Assistant Principal; Sam Steinman-Friedman, Sylvia Salinas, Associate Principal; Anastasia Paul and Isioma Abili.

Diversity Wall at Dulles Middle School contributes to “No Place for Hate” Designation

FORT BEND ISD - To help their school earn a “No Place for Hate” designation from the Anti-Defamation League of Houston this year, students at Dulles Middle School created a “Dulles Middle School: A Better Place” diversity wall. The wall features student-produced artwork formed in a brick pattern that represents their answers to the question, “What’s one thing I can do to make my school a better place?” Some of the students’ responses were to stop bullying, spread peace, and make friends, not enemies.