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Sunday, December 27, 2015

State Rep. Ron Reynolds, Steve Brown, Angelique Bartholomew, and Chris Henderson are Running for State Rep. HD-27

State Rep. Ron Reynolds (HD-27) Will face the Toughest Challenge of His Political Career When He Faces Off Against Steve Brown, Angelique Bartholomew, and Chris Henderson in the Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Democratic Primary in Fort Bend County


ATTENTION DEMOCRATS: The key GROUND-GAME MAGAZINE®. Tuesday, March 1, 2016 “Democratic” Primary “Competitive” Race in Fort Bend County is the race for Texas State Representative (HD-27) between Ron Reynolds (far left), Steve Brown (second from left), Angelique Bartholomew (third from left), and Chris Henderson (fourth from left). So, please make an informed and empowered decision in this race.


 State Rep. Ron E. Reynolds (HD-27) is seeking re-election while fighting what he believes to be a miscarriage of justice he received in Montgomery County. Reynolds is seeking to hold on to his seat while appealing his recent conviction on five counts of Misdemeanor barratry. He is out of jail after posting a $25,000 bond to gain his freedom -- as he fights to clear his name. His appeal in the “MISDEMEANOR BARRATRY CASE” is being handled by his fellow State Representative Harold Dutton (HD -142) – a well-known Houston-area legislator and attorney. In a recent television interview Dutton seemed to allude to the fact that racism may have been a factor in the case against Reynolds – calling it “Conroe Justice.” It is also fair to note that, the misdemeanor conviction (alone) does not disqualify State Rep. Ron Reynolds from continuing to serve the people of Fort Bend County.


ATTENTION REPUBLICANS IN FORT BEND COUNTY: Key Ground-Game Magazine® Tuesday, March 1, 2016 “Republican” Primary “Competitive” Race in Fort Bend is the race for Texas State Representative (HD-27) between Ken Bryant and Mary Walker.

All 2016 Democratic Primary and 2016 Republican Primary Candidates Are Invited to Be Featured on the Cover of Ground-Game Magazine® To Highlight Their Candidacy

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