Houston's Voter Turnout to Decide the Fate of the HERO Ordinance May Be Larger than the Voter Turnout for the Mayor's Race on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 says Aubrey R. Taylor; Jared Woodfill Has Sued Mayor Annise Parker Over the Ballot Language Approved by Her and City Council Members for the HERO Ordinance
AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "Again, all those who “OPPOSE” the HERO Ordinance should vote “FOR” the “Referendum" to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 in a "SPECIAL ELECTION" to decide the fate of the HERO Ordinance commonly referred to as Houston's Restroom Ordinance; or Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance."
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.
Dave Wilson wants the voters of Houston to have an opportunity to amend the “CITY CHARTER” and prevent men (who express themselves as women) from entering the women’s restrooms in the City of Houston. This has become his mission of sorts for Dave Wilson. “A lot of folks believe that Dave Wilson is just being hateful,” says Taylor. “But I disagree with their notion -- all Dave Wilson is doing here, is exercising his right to disagree with actions taken by Mayor Annise Parker and several members of Houston's City Council -- and no one should be vilified for doing that.”
DAVE CARES ABOUT HOUSTON
WHAT DOES WILSON WANT?