Monday, June 7, 2021

White Democrat in HCDP Was Forced to Step Down Following His Racist Comments About Nigerian Immigrant Running for Chair


“The guy you see above in the middle is John Robert Behrman. Now, this Democrat was forced to resign his position as the Executive Committeeman for Precinct #39 – with the Harris County Democratic Party, over the weekend for what some Democrats feel were racist comments he made about Odus Evbagharu, a fellow Democrat he labeled as a Nigerian immigrant who is running for Harris County Democratic Party Chair on June 27, 2021 via a special “ZOOM ELECTION” to replace Lillie Schechter, the current HDCP Chair who is stepping down effective June 16th. So, what did John Robert Behrman say that other Democrats felt was so bad that he was forced to step down over the weekend? Well, what John Robert Behrman said was, “Having gained solid majorities in municipal and county government. I am surprised that Democrats in Harris County are toying with extinction of their own party, turning it over to Lillie SCHECHTER’s Nigerians." But he did not stop there. Behrman went on to say, “I find it disturbing but not that surprising that Lillie SCHECHTER is delivering two Nigerian immigrants as her successors as Chair of the Harris County Democratic Party to be elected at the June 27 meeting,” he stated. But he wasn’t done there – he went on to say, “This meeting is scheduled to be chaired by one of her sycophants, the ever feckless Rose SALAS.” And if you think Robert John Robert Behrman was finished, you’re sadly mistaken. He went on to say, “I doubt either of Lillie’s Nigerians will be inspirational or even competent leaders.” Wow!!! Now that’s something! But oh, just for the record, according to Odus Evbagharu, he's not a Nigerian immigrant, he's a British immigrant who is a British and American dual citizen.”

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 The man you see in the middle of these two Democratic women is John Robert Behrman. Now, this cat was forced to resign his position as the Executive Committeeman for Precinct #39 – with the Harris County Democratic Party, over the weekend for the insensitive and downright racist comments he made about Odus Evbagharu, a Nigerian immigrant who is running for Harris County Democratic Party Chair on June 27, 2021 via a special “ZOOM ELECTION” to replace Lillie Schechter, the current HDCP Chair who is stepping down effective June 16th.


The image you're looking at above, is a screenshot of Daniel Cohen's page on Facebook where he applauds the other Harris County Democratic Precinct Chairs for swiftly dispatching of John Robert Behrman and his racist views. "A self correcting party is a more ethical and effective party," says Cohen.


The man you see in the middle above is Odus Evbagharu, the Nigerian immigrant who John Robert Behrman was talking about when he said, “Having gained solid majorities in municipal and county government. I am surprised that Democrats in Harris County are toying with extinction of their own party, turning it over to Lillie SCHECHTER’s Nigerians."


The woman you see pictured above is Camille Foster. She's the chief of staff for state Senator Borris L. Miles. However, she and Odus Evbagharu, the chief of staff for state Rep. Jon Rosenthal incorporated a Political Action Committee called "BUILD BLACK BETTER PAC" back on, Friday, January 8, 2021, right here in the state of Texas. So, just for the record, the filing number for the “BUILDING BLACK BETTER PAC” is 0803916472 – according to public records. In case you’re wondering, the filing office link number is 1809791335 – just for the record. And the “STATE TAXPAYER IDENDIFICATION NUMBER” that was used to form the “BUILD BLACK BETTER PACT” is 32077604760 – just for the record.

Keep Your Eyes On the Political Activities of Camille Foster and Her Boss State Sen. Borris L. Miles As This Story Unfolds

AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

Have you ever heard of the “BUILD BLACK BETTER PAC” before? Did you guys know that Camille Foster, the chief of staff for State Senator Borris L. Miles (Senate District 13), and Odus Evbagharu, the chief of staff for State Rep. Jon Rosenthal (Texas HD-135), are actually partners in a Political Action Committee called the “BUILD BLACK BETTER PAC” that was formed earlier this year? Well, before people start running around town calling this report a lie, let me further explain. But before I do, I have a question! Do you believe that Camille Foster, the chief of staff for State Senator Borris L. Miles would be starting a Political Action Committee without state Senator Borris L. Miles' blessings and support? If you do, I have a building I want to sell you in downtown Houston.

OPEN UP YOUR EYES

So, listen up!!! I’ve been trying to tell everyone who will listen that some of these Harris County Democrats are some conniving, lying, crooks, who are up to no good. I’m telling you, every bit of what we are going to see play out over the course of the next few weeks and months leading up to “SUPER TUESDAY” is part of a plan that has been hashed out and conceptualized by a handful of “DEMOCRATIC PARTY BOSSES” and “DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL INSIDERS” over the course of the last couple of years. So, look, I’m going to say this once again – for the people way in the back!!! Now listen up!!! The fact that Harris County Democratic Party Chair – Lillie Schechter is stepping down right now, isn’t a coincidence. Lillie Schechter stepping down did not catch me or my investigative team by surprise. What am I talking about? I’m going to tell you if you hold your horses? Like I said, Camille Foster, who is a puppet for State Senator Borris L. Miles, and Odus Evbagharu, who is the chief of staff for state Rep. Jon Rosenthal, are up to some “$LICK $HIT” right about now, and you can bet your bottom dollar that state Sen. Borris L. Miles, Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, and Harris County Democratic Party Chairwoman – Lillie Schechter, all of whom have experience in playing the “PRECINCT CHAIR GAME” are behind the scenes pulling strings for the upcoming “$HIT $HOW” that’s going to take place via “ZOOM” to elect the new Harris County Democratic Party Chair Person.”

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Camille Foster, Goes Out on Facebook and Defends Her Partner Odus Evbagharu

“ENOUGH!! The racism spewed in this email, to speak of @iamodus_ like he is a slave; people like this are a disease in the Democratic Party. I can only imagine how he treats Black people in his precinct; to revert to 5th ward a historically black community as corrupt, this racist, xenophobic behavior cannot be allowed to stand; if you live in PC 39 in Houston, you should demand his resignation immediately, the resignation of John Robert Behrman. Here are a few excerpts from his RACIST RANT.”


The comment you see above was emailed by John Robert Behrman, a white Democratic Executive Committeeman, for Precinct #39, right here in Harris County, Texas. So, just for the record, Behrman did end up resigning his position.


The comment above is where John Robert Berhman states what he believes the priorities of the Harris County Democratic Party should be right now. John Robert Behrman, a white Democratic Executive Committeeman, for Precinct #39, right here in Harris County, Texas was forced to resign his position over the weekend.



In the comment above, John Robert Behrman showed his real colors. Behrman, at the time he made this comment was a white Democratic Executive Committeeman, for Precinct #39, right here in Harris County, Texas. However, he was forced to resign his position over the weekend.



In the comment above, John Robert Behrman states, "I doubt either of Lillie's Nigerians will be inspirational or even competent leaders." At the time he made this comment, he was the Democratic Executive Committeeman, for Precinct #39, right here in Harris County, Texas. However, he was forced to resign his position over the weekend.



In the photo above, Andrew Rubin, Jon Rosenthal and Odus Evbagharu, were out block walking back in during October of 2018, a little over a month prior to Election Day, in the race for State Representative for House District 135.

State Rep. Jon Rosenthal Goes Out on Facebook to Odus to Become HCDP Chair

“First - mad props to my brother and dear friend Odus Evbagharu, a dedicated public servant who has proven himself over and over again. People say I've been effective in the #txlege but everyone needs to know it is a TEAM effort and Odus really does make it all work. He is an extraordinary human, and a visionary. We are family.

Second - there is no space for bigotry and discrimination in my life and in my world. The dude who sent a racist and xenophobic message about Odus has thankfully resigned, but we must all stay vigilant and call it out when we see it. We must all make it our business to interrupt hate and fight against bigotry and discrimination in all forms.

Third – Mr. Evbagharu has my complete confidence and support as he works to become the next Chair for HCDP. He will be good for our county and for our Party and I'm really looking forward to seeing him succeed for ALL of us. 


“Let me first say that I am so proud of Odus Evbagharu for going after his dream. To be honest, I believe that he is well-qualified to serve as the person to succeed Lillie Schechter as the new Harris County Democratic Party Chair. However, while Odus is indeed uniquely qualified, I am just not sure if he’s strong and independent enough to handle the job. And to this end, forming a Political Action Committee along with Camille Foster, the chief of staff for state Sen. Borris L. Miles, has me kind of looking at him kind of sideways right about now. But, like I said, I think that Odus is a good person in his heart. I also believe that Odus is uniquely qualified to serve as the next Harris County Democratic Party Chair, but it’s his association with Camille Foster, and the formation of the “BUILD BLACK BETTER PAC” that has me a little suspicious about everything that’s about to play out of the course of the next few weeks.”

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The “Sisterhood Series” Features 70 Powerful Texas Women You Should Know Who Are Doing Their Own Thing

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I would like to take this moment to introduce our “SISTERHOOD SERIES” to you. This empowerment movement is being launched to highlight a few powerful Texas women who are doing their own thing in legal, political, and public relations fields throughout the Lone Star State. Now, while this powerful group of women is being brought to you as a corporate body, our “SISTERHOOD SERIES” should not be misconstrued as identity/gender politics in any way, shape, or form. Why? Well, all of the featured women in this series are (in their own unique way) some of the best and brightest women in America. So, recognizing these women as part of our SISTERHOOD SERIES” is our way of applauding each of them for their courage, tenacity, and ability to compete in what has traditionally been a man’s world.

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TRUTH OF THE MATTER

If we’re honest with ourselves, we all know that women are still fighting an uphill battle in politics as well as inside boardrooms across America. So, let's not forget – it wasn’t long ago that women were guaranteed the right to vote. In case you don’t know, the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote was only the beginning of a much longer fight that women are continuing to fight on the campaign trail, in board rooms, and while living their everyday lives.

A VERY UNIQUE BOND

Each segment of our “SISTERHOOD SERIES” will highlight a “FEATURED SPONSOR” on the cover, and sixty-nine sitting incumbent Democratic and Republican members of the judiciary inside. So, as a community of women, each of the sixty-nine women featured as the “BODY OF THE SERIES” are linked together by their common successes in the rough and tumble world of Texas politics. Now, you can bet your bottom dollar, that some of these women will be endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper©, in 2022 and 2024 “ELECTION GUIDES” when they appear on the ballot. However, unfortunately, some of these women will not make the cut. So, please do not forget that the deadline to run for political office in the “2022 MIDTERM ELECTIONS” is on Monday, December 13, 2021, in Texas. And, if you are a woman or man who is planning to run for office in 2022, you must sign up by Monday, December 13, 2021, at 6:00 pm. So, if you are not sure, what position you should run for in the Democratic Party Primary or Republican Party Primary, please call (281)788-3033, and I will try to assist you in any way I can.

MINISTERS OF JUSTICE

Every judge in America takes an oath of office and solemnly swears that they will administer justice without respect to persons and that they will do equal right to the poor and to the rich alike. So, the “MINISTERS OF JUSTICE” you see listed below, have all promised to faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent upon them under the United States Constitution and the laws that govern us as a free nation when they were elected. And each of them did so before the LORD God Almighty. Now, that being said, nowhere in their promise was their political party affiliation, sorority, socio-economic status, or ethnicity mentioned. So, let’s do our best going forward, to elect the “BEST AND BRIGHTEST” women and men who are committed to handing out even-handed justice to every person who enters their courtroom.

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1st Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2 -- Judge Mary Lou Keel is a Republican currently serving on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for Place 2. The First Court of Appeals serves the Houston, Texas Area. The Court consists of nine justices who hear appeals and original proceedings from Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Waller, and Washington counties.


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14th Texas Court of Criminal Appeals – Chief Justice Tracy Christopher is a Republican currently serving on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals as the Chief Justice. The Fourteenth Court of Appeals serves the Houston, Texas Area. The Court consists of nine justices who hear appeals and original proceedings from Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Waller, and Washington counties.


14th Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5 – Justice Frances Bourliot is a Democrat currently serving on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for Place 5. The Fourteenth Court of Appeals serves the Houston, Texas Area. The Court consists of nine justices who hear appeals and original proceedings from Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Waller, and Washington counties.


14th Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6 – Justice Meagan Hassan is a Democrat currently serving on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for Place 6. The Fourteenth Court of Appeals serves the Houston, Texas Area. The Court consists of nine justices who hear appeals and original proceedings from Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Waller, and Washington counties.


14th Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 – Justice Margaret “Meg” Poissant is a Democrat currently serving on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for Place 8. The Fourteenth Court of Appeals serves the Houston, Texas Area. The Court consists of nine justices who hear appeals and original proceedings from Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Waller, and Washington counties.


11th Civil District Court – Judge Kristen Brauchle Hawkins is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


55th Civil District Court – Judge Latosha Lewis Payne is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


61st Civil District Court – Judge Fredericka Phillips is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


80th Civil District Court – Judge Jeralynn Manor is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


113th Civil District Court – Judge Rabeea Sultan Collier is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


133rd Civil District Court – Judge Jaclanel McFarland is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


157th Civil District Court – Judge Tanya Garrison is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


164th Civil District Court – Judge Cheryl Elliott Thornton is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


165th Civil District Court – Judge Ursula A. Hall is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


174th Criminal District Court – Judge Hazel B. Jones is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


176th Criminal District Court – Judge Nikita V. Harmon is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


178th Criminal District Court – Judge Kelli Johnson is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


179th Criminal District Court – Judge Ana Martinez is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


184th Criminal District Court – Judge Abigail Anastasio is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


215th Civil District Court – Judge Elaine H. Palmer is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


234th Civil District Court – Judge Lauren Reeder is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


246th Family District Court – Judge Angela L. Graves-Harrington is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


247th Family District Court – Judge Janice Berg is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


248th Criminal District Court – Judge Hilary Unger is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


257th Family District Court – Judge Sandra Peake is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


262nd Criminal District Court – Judge Lori Chambers Gray is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


263rd Criminal District Court – Judge Amy Martin is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


270th Civil District Court – Judge Dedra Davis is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


280th Family Protective Order Court – Judge Barbara J. Stalder is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


281st Civil District Court – Judge Christine Weems is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


295th Civil District Court – Judge Donna Roth is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


308th Family District Court – Judge Gloria E. López is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


309th Family District Court – Judge Linda Marie Dunson is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


310th Family District Court – Judge Sonya L. Heath is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


311th Family District Court – Judge Germaine J. Tanner is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


313th Juvenile Family District Court – Judge Natalia Oakes is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


314th Juvenile Family District Court – Judge Michelle Moore is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


315th Juvenile Family District Court – Judge Leah Shapiro is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


333rd Civil District Court – Judge Brittanye Morris is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


334th Civil District Court – Judge Dawn Rogers is a Democrat (Civil) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


337th Criminal District Court – Judge Colleen Gaido is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


338th Criminal District Court – Judge Ramona Franklin is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


339th Criminal District Court – Judge Te'iva J. Bell is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


351st Criminal District Court – Judge Natalia "Nata" Cornelio is a Democrat (Criminal) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


507th Family District Court – Judge Julia Maldonado is a Democrat (Family) District Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


Harris County Judge – Judge Lina Hidalgo is the Democratic Harris County Judge. You do not have to be a lawyer to run for this position. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 2 – Judge Ronnisha Bowman is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 3 – Judge Erica Hughes is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 4 – Judge Shannon Baldwin is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 6 – Judge Kelley Andrews is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 9 – Judge Toria J. Finch is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 12 – Judge Genesis E. Draper is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Criminal Court at Law No. 15 – Judge Tonya Jones is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Civil Court at Law No. 3 – Judge LaShawn A. Williams is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


County Civil Court at Law No. 4 – Judge Lesley Briones is a Democrat Judge in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1 – Judge Jo Ann Delgado is a Democrat Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2 – Judge Lucia Bates is a Democrat Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 2 – Judge Laryssa Korduba is a Republican Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2 – Judge Angela D. Rodriguez is a Democrat Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 1 – Judge Wanda Adams is a Democrat Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2 – Judge Sharon Burney is a Democrat Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Harris County.


Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 8, Place 1 -- Judge Holly Williamson, is a Republican Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas. This bench will be on the ballot in the 2024 Presidential Election in Harris County.

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Judge Jim Kovach will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Judge, Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 2. So, please cast your vote for Judge Jim Kovach on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Kovach in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Dedra Davis will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for District Judge, 270th Civil District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Dedra Davis on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Davis in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Cory Sepolio will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for District Judge, 269th Civil District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Cory Sepolio on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Sepolio in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Erica Hughes will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 3. So, please cast your vote for Judge Erica Hughes on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Hughes in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Donna Roth will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for District Judge, 295th Civil District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Donna Roth on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Roth in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Michelle Moore will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Juvenile District Judge, 314th Judicial District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Michelle Moore on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Moore in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Sonya Heath will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Family District Judge, 210th Judicial District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Sonya Heath on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Heath in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Attorney Tamika "Tami" Craft will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for District Judge, 195th Civil District Court. So, please cast your vote for Attorney Tamika "Tami" Craft on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Attorney Craft in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Lauren Reeder will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for District Judge, 234th Civil District Court. So, please cast your vote for Judge Lauren Reeder on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Reeder in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Tonya Jones will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 3. So, please cast your vote for Judge Tonya Jones on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Jones in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Raul Rodriguez will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 13. So, please cast your vote for Judge Raul Rodriguez on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Rodriguez in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Angela Graves will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 3. So, please cast your vote for Judge Angela Graves Harrington on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas.


Judge Angela D. Rodriguez will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2. So, please cast your vote for Judge Angela D. Rodriguez on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Rodriguez in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.


Judge Lucia Bates will be on the Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Democratic Party Primary ballot in the race for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2, in Harris County, Texas. So, please cast your vote for Judge Lucia Bates on "SUPER TUESDAY" in the Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas. However, if you know of any reason why we should not endorse Judge Bates in the 2022 Democratic Party Primary, please call Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© at (281)788-3033, prior to the Monday, December 13, 2021 filing deadline.

AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
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Nominating the Wrong Candidates on "SUPER TUESDAY" Could Have Disastrous Consequences in the November 2022 General Election in Harris County

AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

Make no mistake about it, who the people of Harris County, Texas choose to give another term to in 2022 must be about substance, job performance, judicial temperament, competence, and whether or not our members of the judiciary are following the law with their rulings. And that being said, in 2022, it is incumbent upon the voters of Harris County to evaluate the job performance of each and every sitting "ELECTED OFFICIAL" on a case-by-case basis and not as a group based on their political party affiliation, ethnicity, or gender. 

THINKING ABOUT RUNNING?

If you are a candidate planning to run for office in 2022, you have to select the right candidate to run against. And the second most important thing to understand is that you have to select your race early, to avoid ending up in a crowded field of candidates on "SUPER TUESDAY" in Harris County, Texas. So, if you need assistance trying to determine which race to enter, please call (281)788-3033, and I will do my very best to answer any questions you may have.
AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
EMAIL: aubreyrtaylor@gmail.com
957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033


AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
EMAIL: aubreyrtaylor@gmail.com
957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033