"It's imperative that we make it our business to elect the "BEST QUALIFIED CANDIDATES" who value us when we go to the polls to vote. The “HARRIS COUNTY STRONG” series published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications inside Houston Business Connections Newspaper© will consist of five newspaper printed releases and our “2018 HARRIS COUNTY MIDTERM ELECTION GUIDE” that will be released on the last day of Early Voting. PART ONE: Highlights all the 2018 Harris County Candidates and the “KEY 2018 CONTESTED MATCHUPS” for Tuesday, November 6, 2018. PART TWO: Highlights all the 2018 Harris County Candidates, but also features key thoughts from ministry, community, civic and political leaders on the upcoming Saturday, August 25, 2018, Harris County Bond Election. PART THREE: Highlights all the 2018 Harris County Candidates; but also spotlights the “KEY 2018 AFRICAN AMERICAN CANDIDATES” and the opponents they’re facing off against on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. PART FOUR: Highlights all the 2018 Harris County Candidates, but also features “SPECIAL MESSAGES” from the candidates who value, respect, and are seeking the vote of every Harris County registered voter. PART FIVE: Highlights all the 2018 Harris County Candidates, but also features “WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR ME OPEN-LETTERS” from the candidates who value, respect and are seeking the vote of every Harris County registered voter. THE ELECTION GUIDE: The “2018 HARRIS COUNTY MIDTERM ELECTION GUIDE” published inside Houston Business Connections Newspaper© by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications will be released on Friday, November 2, 2018, and distributed through Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at 5PM to increase “ELECTION DAY” voter participation throughout Harris County, Texas. Please feel free to call Aubrey R. Taylor, at (281)788-3033 to discuss your inclusion. All Rights Reserved." -- AUBREY R. TAYLOR, PRESIDENT, AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


Monday, February 26, 2018

24,935 Democrats Have Voted Early in-person in Harris County through 6 days; 22,394 Republicans Have Voted Early in-person so far



Democratic Early In-Person Voters Are Still Outpacing Republican Party In-Person Early Voters through the First Six Days of Early Voting in Harris County, Texas

ANALYSIS BY AUBREY R. TAYLOR

The early voting turnout was really light yesterday in Harris County for both major politcal parties. Neither major political party in Harris County is putting up great overall numbers considering Harris County has well over 2 million voters and the combined early voting numbers only stand at 69,591 total votes. However, Harris County County Democrats are continuing to go to the polls to vote early in greater numbers than their Republican counterparts.

DEMOCRATS TURN IN LARGEST TURNOUT SO FAR

On yesterday, Sunday, February 25, 2018, the Harris County Democratic Party 2,683 Democrats went to the polls to vote early by personal appearance. So far, 24,935 Democrats have gone to the polls to vote in-person through the first six days of early voting. Comparatively speaking, 22,394 Republicans have gone to the polls to vote in-person through the first six days of early voting. But keep in mind, that when you throw in the "MAIL-IN BALLOTS" the Republican Party Primary "VOTER PARTICIPATION" is still greater than that of the Democrats in Harris County, Texas. Overall, the "TOTAL HARRIS COUNTY EARLY VOTER PARTICIPATION" for Republicans stands at 35,036 total votes through the first four days of early voting. On the contrary, the "TOTAL HARRIS COUNTY EARLY VOTER PARTICIPATION" for Democrats stands at 34,555 total votes through the first six days of early voting.




A GLANCE AT THE HARRIS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY EARLY VOTING TURNOUT THROUGH THE FIRST FIVE DAYS OF EARLY VOTING

On Tuesday, 3,833 Democrats voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Wednesday, 3,143 Democrats voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Thursday, 3,920 Democrats voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Friday, 5,214 Democrats voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Saturday, 6,142 Democrats vote early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Sunday, 2,683 Democrats voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas.


A GLANCE AT THE HARRIS COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY EARLY VOTING TURNOUT THROUGH THE FIRST FIVE DAYS OF EARLY VOTING

On Tuesday, 3,509 Republicans voted early by personal appearance. On Wednesday, 3,167 Democrats voted early by personal appearance. On Thursday, 4,105 Republicans voted early by personal appearance. On Friday, 5,272 Republicans voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Saturday, 4,677 Republicans voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas. On Sunday, 1,664, Republicans voted early by personal appearance in Harris County, Texas.



TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 2018 IS THE LAST TIME TEXAS WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE A STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET

In case you don’t already know, this will be this last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party-ticket in the state of Texas. What can you do? You are strongly encouraged by Houston Business Connections Magazine© to remind everyone you come into contact with between now, and Tuesday, November 6, 2018, about the historic battle that’s about to go down in the Lone Star State.



A LOOK BACK AT THE 2016 STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING NUMBERS

Back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the Harris County Democratic Party won the straight-ticket voting battle over the Harris County Republican Party. In case you don’t remember, 472,030 Democrats voted a straight ticket, compared to only 401,663 Republicans. The voter turnout was 61.33% -- as only 1,338,898 of the 2,182,980 registered Harris County voters (at the time) went to the polls.



A LOOK BACK AT THE 2014 STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING NUMBERS

Back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, the Harris County Republican Party won the straight-ticket voting battle over the Harris County Democratic Party. In case you don’t remember, 254,006 Republicans voted a straight ticket, compared to only 210,018 Democrats. The voter turnout was 33.65% -- as only 688,018 of the 2,044,361 registered Harris County voters (at the time) went to the polls.



A LOOK BACK AT THE 2012 STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING NUMBERS

Back on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, the Harris County Democratic Party won the straight-ticket voting battle over the Harris County Republican Party. In case you don’t remember, 406,991 Democrats voted a straight ticket, compared to only 404,165 Republicans. The voter turnout was 61.99% -- as only 1,204,167 of the 1,942,566 registered Harris County voters (at the time) went to the polls.



A LOOK BACK AT THE 2010 STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING NUMBERS

Back on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, the Harris County Republican Party won the straight-ticket voting battle over the Harris County Democratic Party. In case you don’t remember, 290,355 Republicans voted a straight ticket, compared to only 240,479 Democrats. The voter turnout was 41.67% -- as only 798,995 of the 1,917,534 registered Harris County voters (at the time) went to the polls.



A LOOK BACK AT THE 2008 STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING NUMBERS

Back on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, the Harris County Democratic Party won the straight-ticket voting battle over the Harris County Republican Party. In case you don’t remember, 391,488 Democrats voted a straight ticket, compared to only 343,919 Republicans. The voter turnout was 62.81% -- as only 1,188,731 of the 1,892,656 registered Harris County voters (at the time) went to the polls.



Aubrey R. Taylor, the president, and CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications is the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine©. Taylor has more than 26-years of experience in marketing branding, public relations and political consulting. He’s publicly promoted Republican and Democratic candidates in statewide elections and in local municipalities throughout the Lone Star State. He’s also publicly promoted (through his publications) such corporations and institutions as Shell Oil, The City of Houston, Texas Southern University, Prairie View A&M University, Chevron, Waste Management, Nationwide Insurance, Momentum Jaguar/BMW, State Farm Insurance, and Allstate Insurance to name a few. A visionary in his own right, Taylor has also helped many incumbent Democrats and Republicans to hold onto their seats amidst stiff challenges from political rivals -- but he’s also played strategic roles in developing strategies to help his clients unseat more than a few incumbents as well. His private group of “nonpartisan” HBC Magazine© Readers has assisted him with picking the best candidates to recommend in “PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS” and “MIDTERM ELECTIONS” on a regular basis. In case you don’t remember, back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016 “PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION” his “nonpartisan” group of Houston Business Connections Magazine© Readers made “RECOMMENDATIONS” in sixty-seven (67) races on the ballot in Harris County, Texas. The Houston Chronicle (EDITORIAL BOARD) made endorsements in the same sixty-seven (67) races. 

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