You can Vote Early for Martha Castex-Tatum at the Harris County Administration Building, Fiesta Mart on Kirby, Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center, and The Platou Community Center in the Race for District K

The Harris County Administration Building is located at 1001 Preston, 4th Floor in Houston, Texas 77002; The Fiesta Mart Grocery Store is located at 8130 Kirby Drive in Houston, Texas 77054; The Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center is located at 3810 W. Fuqua Street in Houston, Texas 77045; and Platou Community Center is located at 11655 Chimney Rock Road in Houston, Texas 77035. In case you don't already know, Martha Castex-Tatum is the only candidate in the race for Houston City Council District K who is asking for our vote, prayers, and support at this time! Martha Castex Tatum, Rodney Ellis,Dwight Boykins, Ellen Cohen, Pretta VanDible Stallworth, Jerry Davis, Addie Heyliger, Jolanda Jones, May Walker, Ronald Green, Rhonda Skillern Jones, Wanda Adams, Sharon M. Burney, Germaine Tanner, Dedra Davis, Linda Dunson, Ronnisha Bowman, Latosha Lewis Payne, Erica Hughes, Andrew White, Lupe Valdez, and Greg Abbott are a few of the featured people in the edition of Houston Business Connections Newspaper. All Rights Reserved! Houston Business Connections Newspaper is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 for more information.











Houston Business Connections Newspaper© Would Like to Congratulate All 2018 Democratic and Republican, Candidates Who Have Earned their Respective Party's Nomination to Appear on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, Midterm Election Ballot in Harris County, Texas

ANALYSIS BY AUBREY R. TAYLOR

There’s a lot of talk about Texas being a red state floating around. Sure, traditionally that has been the case. But after the historic showing put on display by Texas Democrats on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, reasonable minds would have to agree that the aforementioned distinction could possibly be on the verge of becoming a hue of a different shade in the very near future – if Democrats have anything to say about it in the fall. But Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the day when Democratic hopefuls and Republican hopefuls are set to face off is still a little way’s off. Before we get there, we must first take care of a little unfinished inter-party business. So, let’s not forget about Tuesday, May 22, 2018 a day when Democrats and Republicans who failed to capture a majority of the vote back on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, must square off once more against their fellow inter-party rival in hopes of earning the “HIGHLY COVETED DISTINCTION” of “PARTY NOMINEE” for the Tuesday, November 6,, 2018 Midterm Election! Cosme Garcia, Dylan Osborne, Danyahel "Danny" Norris, Prince E. Bryant, II, Diane Trautman, Gayle Young Mitchell, Fran Watson, Rita Lucido, Jeff Williams, Mike Wolfe, Josh Wallenstein, Richard Cantu, Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, Laura Moser, Lupe Valdez, Andrew White, Marilyn Burgess, Rozzy Shorter, Michelle Fraga, Richard Risinger, Phillip Aronoff, Carmen Maria Montiel, Sandra G. Moore, Marty Schexnayder, Sharon M. Burney, Cheryl Elliott Thornton, Sri Preston Kulkarni, Letitia Plummer, Tawana Walter Cadien and Mike Siegel are the key candidates who need you to return to the polls on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 to cast a vote for them. In case you don’t already know, Monday, April 23, 2018, is the last day to register to vote in the Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Runoff Election in Texas. The first day of early voting is on Monday, May 14, 2018; and the last day to vote early in the Runoff Election is on Friday, May 18, 2018 – so don’t forget to vote early. Once the runoff business is taken care of, we must make it our business to elect the "BEST-QUALIFIED" candidates who value our vote in the midterms. Houston Business Connections Newspaper is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. All Rights Reserved! For additional information call (832)212-8735 for editorial, press releases, or to schedule us to cover your upcoming event. You can reach the publisher directly at (281)788-3033 to discuss your advertising, branding, strategy, or ground-game needs!

Monday, September 26, 2016

OPEN LETTER from Shawn Thierry, A Democrat Running for State Rep. District 146 Who Believes We Can Make A Difference Together



Dear Dedicated Democrat,

If we are going to reduce crime, improve education and revitalize our neighborhoods in District 146, we are going to have to do it together. I am ready to partner with the residents in our communities to help lead this essential effort.

As your State Representative,  my focus will be empowering Civic Clubs, community leaders and local business owners to make sure that you have a seat at the table and a meaningful voice in the decision making process.

I am a life long resident of District 146, graduate of Howard University, and the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University. I have been an attorney for more than twenty years.
As a mother, and product of the public education system, I understand the importance of good schools and that a better education funding formula will improve the schools in our District (146) and across the city.

As a small business owner,  I know first-hand the kind of hard work that is required to succeed. We need a level playing field and access to public and private sector contracting opportunities. I will be a champion of local businesses, diversity and inclusion.  A small business advisory group will help me with these issues.

Higher education is important. All the young people in District 146 should have  access to an affordable, quality education and work force training. I will work with local colleges, universities, churches and community organizations to help secure scholarship funding for our high school graduates. Together, I want us to encourage and celebrate academic achievement among our children and grandchildren.

During the 2017 legislative session, I plan to address education, jobs, public safety, community revitalization, and focus on securing more funding to fix flooding here at home and throughout the region. I will also work to secure more services for seniors and funding for improved health care in the District.

We have serious work to do and together we will get it done.

Together,

Shawn N. Thierry, Esq.
Democratic Nominee
State Representative, District 146




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