A total of 22,252 Democrats have voted early in-person through the first five Days of Early Voting in Harris County, Texas According to Stan Stanart
According to Stan Stanart, the Harris County Clerk and Chief Election Official, 22,252 Democrats have gone to the polls to vote early through the first (5) five days of early voting. He also reports that 9,620 "MAIL-IN BALLOTS" have been returned thus far. So, a total of 31,872 early votes have been cast by Democrats to this point. Here are a few featured Democrats you should know: Andrew White, Randy Bates, Latosha Lewis Payne, Audrie Lawton, Linda M. Dunson, Adrian Garcia, Undrai F. Fizer, Lenard Polk, Terrance Shanks, Tahir Javed, Roslyn "Rozzy" Shorter, Raul Rodriguez, Kim Grant, Rabeea Collier, Angela Graves-Harrington, Scot "Dolli" Dollinger, Constance Jones, Margaret "Meg" Poissant, Toni Lewis, and Tracy D. Good. Sitting left to right: Harold Landreneau, and Joshua A. Butler are a few of the people featured on the Houston Business Connections Newspaper © Bulletin Board. Aubrey R. Taylor Communications is the publisher of this information. Call (832)212-8735 for more information. All Rights Reserved.
The 2018 Harris County Republican Party Primary In-Person Voters are Turning Out in Smaller Numbers than Harris County Democrats through the First Five Days of Early Voting for the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Primaries
According to Stan Stanart, the Harris County Clerk and Chief Election Official, 20,730 Republicans have gone to the polls to vote early through the first (5) five days of early voting. He also reports that 12,642 "MAIL-IN BALLOTS" have been returned thus far. So, a total of 33,372 early votes have been cast by Republicans to this point. Here are a few featured Republicans you should know: Alyssa Lemkuil, Governor Greg Abbott, Judge Loyd Wright, Judge Michael Fields, Judge Brett Busby, Attorney Sophia Mafrige, Judge Wesley Ward, Congressman Pete Olson, Judge Clyde Raymond Leuchtag, State Representative Dan Huberty, Attorney Jesse McClure, Reginald C. Grant Jr., Attorney Charles Johnson, Attorney Justin Keiter, Judge John Schmude, Attorney Chris Carmona, and Harris County Republican Party Chairman Paul Simpson are the candidates featured on the cover of this edition of Houston Business Connections Newspaper. No contents of this publication may be reproduced without the expressed written permission of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 for more information. All Rights Reserved.
Monday, December 1, 2014
PEOPLE: Dwight Boykins, Houston City Council District D is Serving His First Term and Will Be Up For Re-election in 2015
Houston City Council Member Dwight Boykins is currently serving his first term in office and will be up for re-election in the November 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election.
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What Houston Residents Need to Know about Houston’s City Council as We Move Forward to the Next Citywide Election
The City Council is the City's legislative body, with the power to enact and enforce all ordinances and resolutions. Eleven Council Members are elected from districts and five are elected at-large, by all voters of the City.
The sixteen members of Council, along with the Mayor, act only by ordinance, resolution or motion. They adopt and may alter the annual budget and confirm the Mayor's appointments. Council is responsible for the appropriation and issuance of bonds, the awarding of contracts and the approval of City expenditures over $50,000. Council may lease or dispose of the City's real estate and may levy assessments against property. Council determines its own rules of procedure, and its meetings are open to the public.
Sixteen Council Members are elected every two years, in odd-numbered years. Council Members are limited to serving three terms of two years each, with each term beginning on January 2 of the even-numbered year. Five Council Members are elected At-Large, or city-wide, while the other eleven are elected to geographic districts of roughly the same proportion of population.
You can write to your Council Member at: 900 Bagby / City Hall Annex / First Floor / Houston, TX 77002.
All Houston Residents Should Use These Guidelines for Attending, Speaking, and/or Viewing Houston City Council Meetings
The City of Houston City Council agenda is published on Friday afternoon and details the actions that Council will consider at its meeting the following week. Per Houston City’s Charter, Council meets at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday afternoons and 9 a.m. on Wednesday mornings in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall, 901 Bagby, Houston 77002.
The Tuesday session is devoted to public comment. The Wednesday session is for consideration of actions that require Council approval. Be sure to check the Council meeting calendar atwww.houstontx.gov/citysec/calendar.pdf since there are scheduled break weeks throughout the year and meetings that are consolidated due to holidays.
Sign up to speak for Tuesday Public Session by calling the City Secretary’s office at 832.393.1100, sending an email to email@example.com or coming by the office on the public level of the City Hall Annex, 900 Bagby, Houston 77002 by 1:30 p.m. that Tuesday. Note: If a translator is required, please so advise when reserving time to speak.
Each week’s Council agenda is available to view at www.houstontx.gov/citysec. Under the City Secretary and Other Relevant Links, you’ll find “Agendas, Etc.” Select the first link “Agendas of City Council” for the agenda and the second link “Agenda Backup” for all of the backup information associated with each agenda item.
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City Hall Annex
900 Bagby, First Floor
Houston, TX 77002
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