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Sunday, January 11, 2015

2015 ELECTION: Ben Hall, Chris Bell, Sylvester Turner, Jack Christie, Sean Roberts, Oliver Pennington, and Many other 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election Candidates You Should Get to Know


(1) Annise Parker(2) Ben Hall(3) Sylvester Turner(4) Chris Bell(5) Jack Christie(6) Ronald Green(7) Bill Frazer(8) Larry Green(9) Stephen Costello, (10) Brenda Stardig(11) Trebor Gordon(12) Robert Gallegos(13) Carroll Robinson(14) Eric Dick(15) Dave Martin(16) Ed Gonzalez(17) Dwight Boykins(18) C.O. Bradford(19) David Robinson(20) Michael Kubosh(21) Laurie Robinson(22) Ellen Cohen(23) Jack Christie, (24) Richard Nguyen(25) Jerry Davis(26) Lane Lewis(27) Mike Laster, (28) Oliver Pennington, and (29) Sean Roberts.




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Aubrey R. Taylor 
Publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine

2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election Candidates could really benefit from Trebor Gordon’s bravery and willingness to fight for his rights. Gordon, a 2015 candidate running for city council in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 election has made it possible for candidates like: Attorney Ben Hall, Council Member Oliver Pennington, State Rep. Sylvester Turner, Attorney Chris Bell, Attorney Sean Roberts, Council Member Stephen Costello, Council Member Jack Christie, and Attorney Eric Dick to start raising money for their bid to become mayor of Houston. 


The Game Changer

Candidate Trebor Gordon argued that he had a first amendment right to political expression before the honorable U.S. District Judge Sim Lake. The good news for all 2015 City of Houston candidates is that Judge Sim Lake agreed with Gordon.

So What's Next?

All 2015 City of Houston candidates can now begin the task of raising the money they’re going to need to be competitive during this election cycle. 

Are you thinking about running for office in 2015? Well, here are the seats that will be open on the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election ballot:


If you plan to run for Houston City Council for At-Large 2, At-Large 3, At-Large 5, District A, District B, District C, District D, District E, District F, District I, District J, or District K, you will more than likely have to beat a current incumbent to achieve victory on Election Day. 

The Race for City Controller

As it stands right now, you should try to learn as much as you can about Businessman Bill Frazer, and Educator/Attorney Carroll G. Robinson in the race for City of Houston Controller. This seat is currently being held by Controller Ronald C. Green, who is term-limited and cannot run for re-election.

The Race for Mayor

As it stands right now, you should try to learn as much as you can about: Attorney Ben Hall, Council Member Oliver Pennington, State Rep. Sylvester Turner, Attorney Chris Bell, Attorney Sean Roberts, Council Member Stephen Costello, Council Member Jack Christie, and Attorney Eric Dick. More candidates could enter the race for mayor; but as it stands right now, I believe all of the aforementioned candidates could be on the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election ballot as mayoral candidates. 

As for current City of Houston Mayor, Annise Parker, she’s term limited and cannot run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 Mayoral Election.

The Races for City Council Member

As it stands right now, Ambassador Trebor Gordon, Businesswoman Laurie Robinson, and Lane Lewis, Chairman for the Harris County Democratic Party are a few of the key candidates who I expect to run very competitive races for at-large city council seats in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election.

Please Make a Mental Note

The 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election will take place on Tuesday, November 3, 2015; and there will be no straight-ticket voting in this election.

I would also like to remind you that the 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election isn’t about Republicans or Democrats; it should be about the citizens of Houston, heading to the polls in record numbers to elect the best “PUBLIC SERVANTS” to guide the city of Houston forward. 

Also, there will be no political party labels by the names of the candidates on the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election ballot, because these races are nonpartisan. Thus, doing your homework before you go to the polls to vote on Election Day is critical if you plan on making an informed and empowered voting decision on Tuesday, November 3, 2015.

Best regards,


Aubrey R. Taylor
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"The candidates below are asking for our prayers, vote, and support in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election. The individuals featured, are not connected to one another unless noted. To discuss your inclusion on this page, call (832)212-8735 and ask for Aubrey R. Taylor, president and CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine."



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"Ben Hall is a 2015 Candidate for City of Houston Mayor. Ben Hall is asking for our prayers, vote, and support in his bid to become only the second African American to serve as Houston's mayor."




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"Carroll G. Robinson is a 2015 Candidate for City of Houston Controller. Carroll G. Robinson is asking for our prayers, vote, and support in his bid to become only the second African American to serve as City of Houston Controller."


DO YOUR RESEARCH

Don't forget to do all the research you can on the 2015 candidates running for City of Houston Mayor, City of Houston Controller, and Houston City Council in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election. Click here for a quick study of past elections to help you separate the "PERENNIAL CANDIDATES" from the "SERIOUS CONTENDERS" in past City of Houston Elections from (1985 to 2015).