Mayor Tom Reid, Council member Gary Moore, Sherry Stockwell, Jacquie Baly, Council member Derrick Reed, Fort Bend ISD Trustee Jason Burdine,L. Angelo DeCamps, Fort Bend ISD Trustee Kristin Tassin, Dr. Shirley Rose Gilliam, Fort Bend ISD Trustee K.P. George and Lorena DueƱas are featured individuals on the cover of this edition of Houston Business Connections Newspaper. All Rights Reserved. Houston Business Connections Newspaper is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 for more information.






MAYOR TOM REID IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR MAYOR OF PEARLAND, TEXAS ON SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2017






MAYOR PRO TEM GARY MOORE IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR PEARLAND CITY COUNCIL POSITION #3










SHERRY STOCKWELL IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR PEARLAND CITY COUNCIL POSITION #7






MIKE FLOYD IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR PEARLAND ISD TRUSTEE FOR POSITION #2





TRUSTEE JASON BURDINE IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR FBISD TRUSTEE FOR POSITION #1




L. ANGELO DECAMPS IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR FBISD TRUSTEE FOR POSITION #1






TRUSTEE KRISTIN TASSIN IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR FBISD TRUSTEE FOR POSITION #4







DR. SHIRLEY ROSE-GILLIAM IS ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RACE FOR FBISD TRUSTEE FOR POSITION #4






THE KEY CANDIDATES PICTURED ABOVE IN THE 2017 FORT BEND ISD GENERAL ELECTION ARE ALL ASKING FOR YOUR SUPPORT ON SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2017: Jason Burdine, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 1; L. Angelo DeCamps, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 1; Kristin Tassin, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 4; Dr. Shirley Rose-Gilliam, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 4; K.P. George, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 5; Lorena Duneas, for FBISD Trustee for Position No. 5. KEY CANDIDATES IN THE 2017 PEARLAND GENERAL ELECTION: Sherry Stockwell, a Businesswoman who is asking for your vote in the race for Pearland City Council At-Large Position #7; Mayor Tom Reid, the incumbent mayor running for re-election in Pearland; Gary Moore, incumbent Pearland City Councilman for At-Large Position #3. Early voting for the FBlSD General Election and the Pearland, Texas General Election will take place from Monday, April 24, 2017 through Tuesday, May 2, 2017. The candidates pictured on this cover are not connected to one another unless otherwise noted. Call: (281)788-3033 to speak directly to the publisher. Houston Business Connections Magazine is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. All rights reserved. DON'T FORGET TO VOTE EARLY: Monday, April 24, 2017 through Tuesday, May 2, 2017.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Anthony Robinson, is a 2013 Candidate for Houston City Council District D in the 2013 City of Houston Mayoral Election

ENDORSED BY THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE: Our recommendation to fill this important leadership post is a thoughtful political newcomer, Anthony Robinson, whose life story is a testament to courage and perseverance. It deserves telling here. After completing college and military service, Robinson was wrongfully convicted of committing a felony in 1986. Following his release from prison after serving 10 years, he spent the next five years earning the money to pay for his own DNA test in order to prove his innocence. He succeeded and was pardoned by Gov. George W. Bush in 2000. Robinson has since earned a law degree, become fluent in Mandarin and now heads a consulting service specializing in international business. We believe he is the right man to lead District D at a time when it is at a historic crossroads.
Election Day: A date with Destiny
By Anthony Robinson, Esq.

I was raised to believe if you are truly a part of something, you commit yourself whole-heartedly to support that something. After your opinion is heard and the decision is made, you work your hardest to make that decision work.

It’s important for everyone to know what they believe in and what they are apart of as American citizens. 

Many people in the world dream of becoming an American citizen. For some, it is their life’s ambition. And, it is always more than just for the economic opportunity. For many, it is the desire of political freedom to voice their opinion and have their opinion heard without fear of reprisal or persecution they long for most.

But, what does voicing that opinion really mean if you are not committed to the success of the country, especially if the way to that success goes in a direction that is against your opinion? 

We, as Americans, are a people from many nations united in our common desire to create a “Land of Opportunity” for those who choose to join with us as citizens. We, the people, are of many traditions and cultures bound together by the thread of our commitment to “Truth, Justice and the American Way” But, what does that commitment mean if we turn away from the democratic process that makes “OUR” country the “Voice of Democracy” heard around the world? 

Our ancestor and elders, men, women, boys and girls have through time shed blood and given of their mortal essence to obtain and protect of the freedoms many of us take for granted such as the right to move freely about the country without restriction or someone’s permission; the right to equal access to a basic education; the right to the opportunity to get and keep property and be prosperous; the right to have and voice one’s opinion without fear of reprisal and the right to decide who will protect and represent our interests as a people and country. 

Arguably, protecting these freedoms is even more important that enjoying them! We must strive in our daily lives to fight to keep these rights safe, not just for ourselves, but also for those who will come after us.

As Houstonians and proud Texans, we all know about the historic struggles to keep our freedoms and independence. Our city is named after one of the founding fathers of Texas, Sam Houston. How much greater should our commitment be to protect, improve and pass on the freedoms we enjoy today? 

Every year, we, as Americans, have the opportunity to express our opinion on what will have an impact on our work, our lives, our children’s future and our communities. Every year we have the opportunity to decide what we will let influence our Quality of Life. But, in order to make the best choice, we must know how each decision will change our condition.

Every election is a critical moment in time to change the world in which we live, a world that has been given to us to protect, improve and pass on to those who will come after us. 

It is this awesome responsibility we must exercise that will determine how we will live, how our children will be educated and what we will leave as our legacy. 

For some, it is an act that is taken for granted. And, for some, it is a dream that has been realized after much suffering, sacrifice and effort. 

But, we, the people, must acknowledge what an awesome obligation and challenge it is that has been placed upon our shoulders. How do we do this, you may ask? Educate yourself about the facts, issues, the candidates, and the choices. Strengthen yourself to make the choice that may look hard. Know what the condition is that you truly desire. Become apart of the informed electorate.

Then, the answer and the solution are one in the same, VOTE!

Your vote is your voice. When the time comes you will need to decide if you are truly committed to the process we call Democracy. Will you remain silent, and let others have an opinion for you? Or, will you use your vote to say clearly, “I AM an American and I WILL make a difference!”

November 5, 2013 is your date with destiny, what will you do?

Sincerely,

Anthony Robinson, Esq.
2013 Candidate for Houston City Council for District D
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THE BIG THREE: Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine Election Handbook would like to thank Mayor Annise ParkerKeryl Burgess Douglas, and Ben Hall for finding value in our effort to empower, inform, and inspire our readers. Call 832.212.8735 to discuss your inclusion in the next issue of Houston Business Connections Magazine. Don't forget to vote!


The Early voting period for the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 City of Houston Mayoral Election Begins on Monday, October 21, 2013 and ends on Friday, November 1, 2013 

By Aubrey R. Taylor
Publisher of Houston Business Connections

Mayor Annise Parker is currently serving her second term as the mayor of Houston. In the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Mayoral Election Mayor Parker is facing off against Ben Hall, Don Cook, Keryl Burgess Douglas, Victoria Lane, Michael Fitzsimmons, Derek Jenkins, Charyl Drab, and Eric Dick.

However, based on the result of the only televised debate which took place on PBS on Tuesday, November 8, 2013; Mayor Parker, Ben Hall and Keryl Burgess Douglas are the candidates who really stood out in my opinion. Other candidates who took the stage along with the trio of Parker, Hall, and Douglas were: Michael Fitzsimmons and Eric Dick.

The debate was put on by Houston PBS and The League of Women Voters of Houston Education Fund.

Mayor Annise Parker Is Asking for Your Vote!

Mayor Annise D. Parker serves as the Executive Officer of the City. As the City's chief administrator and official representative, the Mayor is responsible for the general management of the City and for seeing that all laws and ordinances are enforced. Administrative duties include the appointments, with Council approval, of department heads and persons serving on advisory boards.

As Executive Officer, the Mayor administers oaths and signs all motions, resolutions and ordinances passed by City Council. The Mayor also serves a legislative function, presiding over City Council with voting privileges. The Mayor is responsible for advising Council of the City's financial condition and presents to Council an annual budget for approval.

Born into a family of meager financial means, Benjamin Hall, III has experienced firsthand the struggle that accompanies difficult economic times. Ben also encountered challenges in the academic world, where teachers doubted his ability to rise above his humble beginnings and achieve higher education. However, he knew he had the potential to succeed and refused to compromise his goals.

Here are a few of the videos released by the Annise Parker for Mayor of Houston Campaign during the 2013 Mayoral Election Cycle:






Ben Hall Is Asking for Your Vote!

In 1975, Ben enrolled at the University of South Carolina, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977, with honors. His thirst for knowledge and desire to help others led him to continue his education at Duke University; obtaining a Master of Divinity degree in 1979 and a Ph.D. in 1985. Others might have stopped at that point, but Ben saw a real opportunity to help underrepresented communities as an attorney. In 1986, Ben earned a law degree from Harvard Law School and began working at the Vinson & Elkins law firm in Houston, Texas. He went on to serve as the City Attorney for the City of Houston in Mayor Bob Lanier’s administration.

Through his legal practice, Ben has applied the principles of courage, tenacity and justice that he learned as a young man; speaking out on behalf of those who need a strong voice to champion their causes. In 2000, Ben founded the nationally recognized Hall Law Firm. Ben is grateful for his professional successes, but also rough his numerous pro bono efforts on behalf of groups, corporations and individuals in need of representation.

Ben recognizes his personal blessings. He describes his family as his greatest treasure. Ben and Saundra, his wife of 31 years, have two sons. The entire Hall family remains committed to serving the Houston community.

Here are a few of the videos released by the Ben Hall for Mayor of Houston Campaign during the 2013 Mayoral Election Cycle:







Keryl Douglas Is Asking for Your Vote!

Keryl Douglas is an accomplished mediator and attorney, legal journalist and analyst. Keryl is also an appointed ad litem for local courts; a frequent moderator, panelist/educator for diverse legal seminars, and structured settlement consultant.

Attorney Keryl Douglas graduated summa cum laude from Thurgood Marshall School of Law. She received her M.S. in Chemistry, magna cum laude, from Texas Southern University; B.S. in Biology, cum laude, from Florida A&M University; completed coursework for a Ph.D. in Epidemiology at UTHSC.

Her diverse professional experience includes National NAACP’s Regional Director for Region VI, encompassing 250 units across Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. She was co-architect of the NAACP’s historic 2000 National Voter Mobilization Campaign. She served for nearly a decade as Executive Director of NAACP-Houston.

Here are a few of the videos released by the Keryl Burgess Douglas for Mayor of Houston Campaign during the 2013 Mayoral Election Cycle:




The next edition of Houston Business Connections will be released and distributed throughout targeted city of Houston areas during the early voting period for the 2013 City of Houston Mayoral Election. To contact Aubrey R. Taylor directly, call (832)894-1352 discuss your inclusion inside the next issue of Houston Business Connections Magazine.


MAYOR ANNISE D. PARKER -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for Mayor: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for mayor of Houston: Annise ParkerBen HallDon CookKeryl Burgess DouglasVictoria Lane, Michael Fitzsimmons, Derek Jenkins, Charyl Drab, and Eric Dick. Don't forget to vote early!







CONTROLLER RONALD C. GREEN -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for Controller: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for City Controller: Ronald C. Green, and Bill Frazer. Don't forget to vote early!


2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District A: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District A: Helena BrownBrenda StardigAmy PeckRonald Hale, and Mike Knox. Don't forget to vote early!


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AMY PECK


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT B -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District B: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District B: Jerry Davis , Katherine Blueford-DanielsKenneth Perkins, and James "Joe" Joseph. Don't forget to vote early!

2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District C: Ellen Cohen is the only name you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District C: Ellen Cohen does not have an opponent contesting her re-election bid. Don't forget to vote!
 


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT D -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District D: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District D: Georgia ProvostTravis McGeeDwight BoykinsAssata-Nicole RichardsLarry McKinzieLana EdwardsAnthony T. RobinsonChristina SandersKirk WhiteDemetria SmithIvis Johnson, and Keith Caldwell. Don't forget to vote early!


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CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TRAVIS MCGEE



HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT E -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District E: Dave Martin is the only name you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District E: Dave Martin  does not have an opponent contesting his re-election bid. Don't forget to vote early!


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT F -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District F: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (District F) Council Member: Al Hoang and Richard Nguyen. 


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT G -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District G: Here the names you could see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (District G) Council Member: Oliver Pennington and Brian Taef. Don't forget to vote early!


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT H -- INCUMBENT

2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District H: Ed Gonzalez is the only name you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District H: Ed Gonzalez does not have an opponent contesting his re-election bid. Don't forget to vote early!


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT I -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District I: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District I: Graci GarcesLeticia Gutierrez AblazaRobert Gallegos, and Ben Mendez. Don't forget to vote early!


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT J -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District J: Mike Laster is the only name you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District J: Mike Laster does not have an opponent contesting his re-election bid. Don't forget to vote early!


HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT K -- INCUMBENT
2013 Candidates running for Houston City Council for District K: Larry V. Green is the only name you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council District K: Larry V. Green does not have an opponent contesting his re-election bid. Don't forget to vote early!


CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION 1 -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for At-Large Position 1: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (At-Large Position 1) Council Member: Stephen Costelloand Mike "Griff" Griffin Don't forget to vote early!


CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION 2 -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for At-Large Position 2: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (At-Large Position 2) Council Member: Andrew C. Burks, Jr.Trebor GordonModesto Rivera-Colonand David Robinson. Don't forget to vote early!

CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION 3 -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for At-Large Position 3: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (At-Large Position 3) Council Member: Michael KuboshRoy MoralesRoland ChavezRogene Gee Calvert, J. Brad Batteau, and Jenifer Rene Pool. Don't forget to vote early!


CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION 4 -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for At-Large Position 4: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (At-Large Position 4) Council Member: C.O. “Brad” Bradfordand Issa Z. Dadoush Don't forget to vote early! 


CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION 5 -- INCUMBENT
2013 City of Houston Candidates running for At-Large Position 5: Here are the names you will see on the 2013 Mayoral Election ballot in the race for Houston City Council (At-Large Position 5) Council Member: Jack ChristieCarolyn Evans-Shabazz, and James S. Horwitz.  Don't forget to vote early! 



Early voting for the 2013 HCC Trustee races will begin on Monday, October 21, 2013 and end on Friday, November 1, 2013. Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine is urging you to encourage your family, friends, and co-workers to actively participate in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 elections.

HCC Trustee -- District I

Yolanda Navarro Flores is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District I in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Zeph Capo is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District I in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Kevin J. Hoffman is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District I in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

HCC Trustee -- District II

Dave Wilson is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District II in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Bruce A. Austin is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District II in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

HCC Trustee -- District III

Dane D. Cook is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District III in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Adriana Tamez is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District III in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Herlinda Garcia is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District III in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

HCC Trustee -- District V

Robert Glaser is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Phil Kunetka is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Roy A. Cormier is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

HCC Trustee -- District VII

Neeta Sane is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District VII in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.

Ann Williams is a 2013 candidate running for (HCC) Houston Community College Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 ballot. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Houston Community College (HCC) will hold elections to fill five (5) Trustee positions on the HCC Board of Trustees. The election will fill expired terms in Trustee Districts I, II, and VII and unexpired terms in Trustee Districts III and V.





Candidates Running for HISD Trustee for District I 

Anna Eastman (i) is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District I in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

Hugo Mojica is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District I in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

Candidates Running for HISD Trustee for District V

Mike Lunceford (i) is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. Lunceford is uncontested in the 2013 HISD Board of Trustees election. 

Candidates Running for HISD Trustee for District VI

Greg Meyers (i) is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District VI in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

Candidates Running for HISD Trustee for District VII

Harvin Moore (i) is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District VII in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

Anne Sung is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District VII in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121.

Candidates Running for HISD Trustee for District IX 

Lawrence Marshall (i) did not file to run for re-election for Houston ISD Trustee for District V in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. The candidates seeking his HISD Board seat are: Wanda Adams, W. Clyde Lemon, Anthony Mandry, and Coretta Mallet Fontenot.

Wanda Adams is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District IX in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

W. Clyde Lemon is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District IX in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121. 

Coretta Mallet Fontenot is a candidate running for Houston ISD Trustee for District IX in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 HISD Trusee Election. For further information, please contact Board Services at 713-556-6121.
This edition of Houston Business Connections features Edwin Haynes and his wife Andrea -- Title Sponsors. Jimmy Coleman and his wife Cheryl -- Featured Sponsors. Ben Hall -- a 2013 candidate for mayor of Houston. And Houston's 61st Mayor -- Annise Parker -- also a featured sponsor. Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine is urging all Houstonians to actively participate in the process of electing the people who govern our city. Early voting begins on Monday, October 21st and ends on Friday, November 1, 2013. Houston Business Connections Magazine is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. To discuss your inclusion inside the next issue of Houston Business Connections Magazine, call us at (832)212-8735 today! And don't forget to vote early!