When early voting begins on Monday, October 19, 2015 District F voters will have a very difficult decision to make. Do they give Houston City Council Member Richard Nguyen more time? Or do they fire Councilman Nguyen and usher in change by electing Dr. Kendall L. Baker or Dr. Steve Le? "Nobody knows what the District F voters are going to do in the upcoming election," says Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper. "I don't think anyone can say with absolute certainty what's going to happen in the 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election race for Houston City Council District F."
WE MUST REMEMBER
"Council Member Richard Nguyen defeated an incumbent by the name of Al Hoang back in the Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Mayoral Election to earn the right to serve the people of District F," explains Taylor. "Back in the 2013 race Nguyen received 3,160 votes or (51.58%) of the vote to unseat Hoang, who receive 2,966 votes or (48.42%) of the vote. However, there were more than 67,105 registered voters in District F back when Hoang and Nguyen faced off. I think the voter turnout this year is going to be much higher -- especially with the HERO Ordinance on the ballot."
BOTH COUNCILMAN NGUYEN AND DR. BAKER ARE ASKING FOR OUR SUPPORT
"On behalf of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications we're honored that Council Member Richard Nguyen, and Dr. Kendall L. Baker are both asking for our vote, prayers, and support in the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 City of Houston Mayoral Election. We would also welcome the opportunity for Dr. Steve Le to reach out to our readership as well," states Taylor. "However, as it relates to Dr. Steve Le, he is not asking for our vote, prayers, or support at this time. And whether this will change between now and Election Day is unclear. However we will continue trying to reach out to Dr. Le as this election cycle progresses," says Taylor.
WHERE THE DISTRICT F CANDIDATES STAND ON THE HERO ORDINANCE
As far as we can tell Council Member Richard Nguyen is the only candidate in the 2015 race for Houston City Council District F race who supports for HERO Ordinance. Both Dr. Kendall L. Baker and Dr. Steve Le have taken very public positions against the highly controversial ordinance that will appear on the Tuesday, November 3, 2015 election ballot. As a matter of fact, Dr. Kendall L. Baker actually appeared before Houston City Council back on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 to ask Mayor Annise Parker and City Council to vote "NO" on the ordinance. You can (CLICK HERE) to check out the passionate plea Dr. Baker's delivered before Mayor Annise Parker and the entire Houston City Council body.
The Race for District F
PASTOR KENDALL L. BAKER
TURNOUT WILL BE THE KEY IN 2015
"The only question now is whether the African American and Hispanic communities are going to show up at the polls to vote -- and that my friend is a story for another day. So stay tuned...” Taylor says.