Governor Greg Abbott Has Set Tuesday, July 14, 2020, as the date for the Democratic and Republican Primary Runoff Elections to Take Place

On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, MJ Hegar, Royce West, Sima Ladjevardian, Michael Siegel, Pritesh Gandhi, Roberto Alonzo, Chrysta Castaneda, Michelle Palmer, Kimberly R. McLeod, Akilah Bacy, Jenifer Rene Pool, Harold Dutton, Jerry Davis, Anna Eastman, Penny Shaw, Tamika Craft, Cheri Thomas, Alexandra Smoots Thomas, Cheryl Elliott Thornton, Te'iva Bell, Candance White, Diana Alexander, Michael Moore, Isreal Garcia, Roel Garcia, Chris Diaz, Jerry Garcia, Sherman Eagleton, Ken Jones, Randal Newman, and Mark Alan Harrison are on the Democratic Primary Runoff ballot. Wendell Champion, Robert M. Cadena, Troy Nehls, Kathaleen Wall, Terry Adams, James Lombardino, Joe Danna, Paul Day, Mike Wolfe, Russ Ridgway, James Pressler, JJ Clemence, Ro'vin Garrett, and Cody Vasut are on the Republican Primary Runoff ballot. Houston Business Connections Newspaper© is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. All Rights Reserved.


Sunday, September 29, 2019

Greg Meyers is Running for Houston City Council District C on Tuesday, November 5, 2019; Early Voting Begins on October 21, 2019


Greg Meyers is running for Houston City Council District C on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Early voting will begin on Monday, October 21, 2019, and end on Friday, November 1, 2019. Greg Travis is married to Vivien Nguyen-Meyers, CPA together they have 5 children. Greg’s family resides in Neartown/Montrose and they are active parishioners at St. Anne’s Catholic Church.

Greg Meyers is Seeking to Become the Next Houston City Council District C Council Member on Tuesday, November 5, 2019


AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

I would like to take this moment to introduce Greg Meyers to you. In case you don’t know, Greg Meyers is asking for your vote in the race for Houston City Council District C on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Here are a few quick facts:

• Greg successfully built and sold a business.

• Greg is the CFO of Kickstart Kids.

• Greg has a proven leadership record with 12 years of public service experience.

• As Board President, Greg saved Houston taxpayers $100,000,000 by implementing a zero-based budget to close a budget gap at HISD.

• Greg is the only candidate in this race with experience working on billion dollar budgets according to his website.

• Greg led the strategic plan at HISD to focus on core education initiatives and as a result, HISD was awarded the Broad Prize as the top urban school district in the nation.

DON'T FORGET TO VOTE EARLY

Please be reminded that Greg Meyers is asking for your vote in the race for Houston City Council District C. You can vote early for Greg Meyers at any early voting location between Monday, October 21, 2019, and Friday, November 1, 2019. On Election Day, all Houston City Council District C voters will be allowed to vote for Greg Meyers at any polling location. Meyers and twelve other candidates are running for Houston City Council District C on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Candelario Cervantez, Michelle Ganz, Rodney Hill, Gladys House, Abbie Kamin, Shelley Kennedy, Sean P. Marshall, Bob Nowak, Daphne Scarbrough, Mary Jane Smith, Kevin Walker, and Amanda Wolfe are all running for Houston City Council District C. 

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033


WHY I'M RUNNING FOR DISTRICT C

"I am running for Council because I want to represent your views and your voice on Council to develop the future for our community.  I want to bring my record of proven leadership, accountability, fiscal responsibility, and a true customer service mentality so future generations of our City benefit.  I want to help focus on the priorities facing our City.  I have the experience working with a diverse governing body as well as balancing a large budget while seeing positive outcomes.  I can “hit the ground running” immediately and be your proactive voice based on my past leadership experience.  As Henry Ford said, “You cannot build a reputation on what you’re going to do.”

Greg Meyers
2019 Candidate for Houston 
City Council District C



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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS BECOMING THE MOST DIVERSE NON-PARTISAN PUBLICATION IN AMERICA

Aubrey R. Taylor is the President/CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper©. Taylor has more than 29-years of experience in marketing, branding, investigative reporting, public relations, opposition research, and political consulting. He’s assisted in branding Republican and Democratic candidates in statewide elections and in local municipalities throughout the State of Texas. Over the years, he’s also assisted in branding and marketing (through his various 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, Channel 11, Channel 13, State Farm Insurance, and Allstate Insurance to name a few.



HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© WILL NO LONGER BE ENDORSING ANY POLITICAL CANDIDATES 


While Houston Business Connections Newspaper© held it's own in the endorsement game, we will not be issuing any endorsements (as a body) going forward. Instead of endorsing candidates, we now focus our efforts on assisting our "non-partisan" reader-base with identifying candidates running for office who value the vote, prayers, and support of every warm-blooded American.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS A TRUSTED NON-PARTISAN BRANDING AND MOBILIZATION TOOL

In case you don’t remember, in a head-to-head “ENDORSEMENT SHOWDOWN” candidates endorsed by a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers performed significantly better than those endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Presidential Election as Democrats rolled to historic countywide victories over their Republicans counterparts in what, at the time, was the worst defeat ever for the Harris County Republican Party in its 71-year history.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© READERS SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO VALUE THEIR VOTE

As a refresher, there were sixty-seven (67) races where a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers went head-to-head against the Houston Chronicle editorial board. Fifty-one (51) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper© (in the head-to-head contest) back in the 2016 Presidential Election won their respective races on election night. By contrast, only thirty-eight (38) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board (in these key races) won their respective races back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, in the Presidential Election as it relates specifically to Harris County, Texas.

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

Judge Maria T Jackson Will not Seek Re-Election in 2020; Candance White and Te'iva Bell are Seeking the 339th District Court Bench


Judge Maria T. Jackson is officially stepping down as Judge of the 339th Criminal District Court on Monday, September 30, 2019. In case you don't know, Attorney Candance White, and Attorney Te'iva Bell are running for the 339th Criminal District Court bench being vacated by Judge Maria T. Jackson in the 2020 Democratic Party Primary in Harris County, Texas on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. 

Judge Maria "Terri" Jackson is not running for Re-election in 2020; Candance White and Te'iva Johnson Bell are Both Running for the 339th District Court Bench


AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

The honorable Judge Maria T. Jackson has decided to not run for re-election in 2020. However, I don't believe for one moment that we've heard the last of her. For months now, there have been rumors that she's vacating her bench to run for another position on the Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Democratic Party Primary ballot in Harris County, Texas. In case you don't know, two "HIGHLY-QUALIFIED" local attorneys have already declared that they are running for the bench being vacated by Judge Maria "Terri" Jackson. Attorney Candance White and Attorney Te'iva Bell are both seeking the Democratic Party nomination in the race for Judge, 339th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas.

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033



“We must handle our business in 2020. To this end, it is imperative that we make it our business to select the "BEST-QUALIFIED" candidates who value, respect, appreciate and ask for our vote up and down the ballot in what is expected to be the most important Presidential Election in American history.”

AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033



Te'iva Johnson Bell is a Democrat who is running for the seat Judge Maria T. Jackson is leaving. Democrats will be able to vote for Te’iva Johnson Bell and other candidates vying for the 339th State District Court bench on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 in the Democratic Party Primary for Harris County, Texas. Early voting will begin on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, and end on Friday, February 28, 2020. Te’iva Johnson Bell currently works as an Assistant Public Defender for Harris County, Texas.


Candance White is also a Democrat who is planning to run for the 339th State District Court Bench in the Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Democratic Party Primary. Candance White began her career as an environmental lawyer in 1993 with a Fortune 500 Oil Company as a graduate from the University of Texas School of Law. She went on to obtain her Masters in Law (LLM) from the University of Houston Law Center in 2002. Her thesis was “Environmental Justice and the Clean Air Act.”

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033



“At the end of the day, it is our responsibility to elect people to office who represent our values, beliefs, and concerns. That being said, we must make it our business to research and find out as much information as we can prior to going to the polls during this pivotal time in American history.”

957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS BECOMING THE MOST DIVERSE NON-PARTISAN PUBLICATION IN AMERICA

Aubrey R. Taylor is the President/CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper©. Taylor has more than 29-years of experience in marketing, branding, investigative reporting, public relations, opposition research, and political consulting. He’s assisted in branding Republican and Democratic candidates in statewide elections and in local municipalities throughout the State of Texas. Over the years, he’s also assisted in branding and marketing (through his various 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, Channel 11, Channel 13, State Farm Insurance, and Allstate Insurance to name a few.



HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© WILL NO LONGER BE ENDORSING ANY POLITICAL CANDIDATES 


While Houston Business Connections Newspaper© held it's own in the endorsement game, we will not be issuing any endorsements (as a body) going forward. Instead of endorsing candidates, we now focus our efforts on assisting our "non-partisan" reader-base with identifying candidates running for office who value the vote, prayers, and support of every warm-blooded American.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS A TRUSTED NON-PARTISAN BRANDING AND MOBILIZATION TOOL

In case you don’t remember, in a head-to-head “ENDORSEMENT SHOWDOWN” candidates endorsed by a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers performed significantly better than those endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Presidential Election as Democrats rolled to historic countywide victories over their Republicans counterparts in what, at the time, was the worst defeat ever for the Harris County Republican Party in its 71-year history.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© READERS SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO VALUE THEIR VOTE

As a refresher, there were sixty-seven (67) races where a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers went head-to-head against the Houston Chronicle editorial board. Fifty-one (51) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper© (in the head-to-head contest) back in the 2016 Presidential Election won their respective races on election night. By contrast, only thirty-eight (38) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board (in these key races) won their respective races back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, in the Presidential Election as it relates specifically to Harris County, Texas.

957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

Friday, September 27, 2019

Renee Jefferson Smith is Running for Houston City Council District B on November 5, 2019; Early Voting Begins on October 21, 2019


Renee Jefferson Smith is running for Houston City Council District B on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Early voting will begin on Monday, October 21, 2019, and end on Friday, November 1, 2019. Election Day voting will take place on November 5th.

Renee Jefferson Smith is Seeking to Become the Next Houston City Council District B Council Member on Tuesday, November 5, 2019


AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

Have you ever met anyone more determined than Renee Jefferson Smith? Well? Have you? This young lady is on a mission. What is it? She wants to be the next Houston City Council District B representative. Can she achieve her goal? I’m glad you asked. I’ve been watching the District B race for several months now. And if you ask me, Renee Jefferson Smith is uniquely positioned as the front-runner in this race as the start of early voting draws nearer. However, you can’t count out Alvin Byrd, Prince E.W. Bryant, Tarsha Jackson, Robin J. Anderson, or Karen “KKC” Kossie Chernyshev. I truly believe that a runoff is inevitable in this race. 

DON'T FORGET TO VOTE EARLY

Please be reminded that Renee Jefferson Smith is asking for your vote in the race for Houston City Council District B. You can vote early for Renee Jefferson Smith at any early voting location between Monday, October 21, 2019, and Friday, November 1, 2019. On Election Day, all Houston City Council District B voters will be allowed to vote for Renee Jefferson Smith at any polling location.

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033


THE TIME FOR CHANGE IS NOW

“Our vision, Our voice, Our time and the time for change is now. Let’s come together and change the landscape of our district by building a better day for tomorrow.”

Renee Jefferson Smith
2019 Candidate for Houston 
City Council District B



957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS BECOMING THE MOST DIVERSE NON-PARTISAN PUBLICATION IN AMERICA

Aubrey R. Taylor is the President/CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper©. Taylor has more than 29-years of experience in marketing, branding, investigative reporting, public relations, opposition research, and political consulting. He’s assisted in branding Republican and Democratic candidates in statewide elections and in local municipalities throughout the State of Texas. Over the years, he’s also assisted in branding and marketing (through his various 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, Channel 11, Channel 13, State Farm Insurance, and Allstate Insurance to name a few.



HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© WILL NO LONGER BE ENDORSING ANY POLITICAL CANDIDATES 


While Houston Business Connections Newspaper© held it's own in the endorsement game, we will not be issuing any endorsements (as a body) going forward. Instead of endorsing candidates, we now focus our efforts on assisting our "non-partisan" reader-base with identifying candidates running for office who value the vote, prayers, and support of every warm-blooded American.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS A TRUSTED NON-PARTISAN BRANDING AND MOBILIZATION TOOL

In case you don’t remember, in a head-to-head “ENDORSEMENT SHOWDOWN” candidates endorsed by a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers performed significantly better than those endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Presidential Election as Democrats rolled to historic countywide victories over their Republicans counterparts in what, at the time, was the worst defeat ever for the Harris County Republican Party in its 71-year history.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© READERS SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO VALUE THEIR VOTE

As a refresher, there were sixty-seven (67) races where a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers went head-to-head against the Houston Chronicle editorial board. Fifty-one (51) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper© (in the head-to-head contest) back in the 2016 Presidential Election won their respective races on election night. By contrast, only thirty-eight (38) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board (in these key races) won their respective races back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, in the Presidential Election as it relates specifically to Harris County, Texas.

957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Sandra Rodriguez is running for Houston City Council District J; But Former Mayor Annise Parker has Endorsed Nelvin Adriatico


Sandra Rodriguez is running for Houston City Council District J on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. However, Nelvin Adriatico is the candidate endorsed by former Houston Mayor Annise Parker in the race for Houston City Council District J on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker chose Nelvin Adriatico over Andrew "Drew" Patterson, Barry Curtis, Sandra Rodriguez, Federico "Freddie" Cuellar II, Edward Pollard and Rafael Galvan respectfully.

Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker Has Endorsed Nelvin Adriatico over Sandra Rodriguez in the November 5, 2019 Race for Houston City Council District J


AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

As the race for Houston City Council District J heats up, Nelvin Adriatico, a local businessman is a candidate to keep a close eye on as the early voting period draws nearer. His campaign is definitely on an upward trajectory in my opinion. And the endorsement he just received from Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker is certainly going to give his campaign a boost going down the home stretch."I’ve known Nelvin for many years and have seen him in action—he’s a tireless volunteer, a champion of neighborhoods and a steadfast friend to those in need. He’s the kind of person who should be running to represent “the Ellis Island” of Houston,” said former Houston Mayor Annise Parker in her endorsement letter. In case you don't know, former City of Houston Mayor Annise Parker endorsed Nelvin Adriatico over six other candidates vying for the open "DISTRICT J" seat. On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, Nelvin Adriatico will faceoff against Andrew "Drew" Patterson, Barry Curtis, Sandra Rodriguez, Federico "Freddie" Cuellar II, Edward Pollard and Rafel Galvan in a race that I believe is headed for a December runoff. So don't forget that Nelvin Adriatico is asking for "OUR" vote, prayers and support.

DON'T FORGET TO VOTE EARLY

Please be reminded that Nelvin Adriatico is the only candidate in the race for Houston City Council District J who is asking for your vote at this time. You can vote early for Nelvin Adriatico at any early voting location. On Election Day, all Houston City Council District J voters will be allowed to vote for Nelvin Adriatico at any polling location.

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HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033



LET’S RISE TOGETHER

“Like many residents of District J, I have struggled in my pursuit of the American Dream. As the son of a teacher, I learned the value of hard work from a young age. As a business leader, I learned the importance of creating good-paying jobs. For the past 20 years, I have dedicated myself to working with non-profits to better our community. With your support, I want to continue to work my hardest for my neighbors as your next Councilman, thank you and God bless.” 

Nelvin Adriatico
2019 Candidate for Houston 
City Council District J



957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033

HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS BECOMING THE MOST DIVERSE NON-PARTISAN PUBLICATION IN AMERICA

Aubrey R. Taylor is the President/CEO of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper©. Taylor has more than 29-years of experience in marketing, branding, investigative reporting, public relations, opposition research, and political consulting. He’s assisted in branding Republican and Democratic candidates in statewide elections and in local municipalities throughout the State of Texas. Over the years, he’s also assisted in branding and marketing (through his various 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, Channel 11, Channel 13, State Farm Insurance, and Allstate Insurance to name a few.



HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© WILL NO LONGER BE ENDORSING ANY POLITICAL CANDIDATES 


While Houston Business Connections Newspaper© held it's own in the endorsement game, we will not be issuing any endorsements (as a body) going forward. Instead of endorsing candidates, we now focus our efforts on assisting our "non-partisan" reader-base with identifying candidates running for office who value the vote, prayers, and support of every warm-blooded American.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© IS A TRUSTED NON-PARTISAN BRANDING AND MOBILIZATION TOOL

In case you don’t remember, in a head-to-head “ENDORSEMENT SHOWDOWN” candidates endorsed by a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers performed significantly better than those endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Presidential Election as Democrats rolled to historic countywide victories over their Republicans counterparts in what, at the time, was the worst defeat ever for the Harris County Republican Party in its 71-year history.


HOUSTON BUSINESS CONNECTIONS NEWSPAPER© READERS SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO VALUE THEIR VOTE

As a refresher, there were sixty-seven (67) races where a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper© readers went head-to-head against the Houston Chronicle editorial board. Fifty-one (51) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper© (in the head-to-head contest) back in the 2016 Presidential Election won their respective races on election night. By contrast, only thirty-eight (38) of the sixty-seven (67) candidates endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board (in these key races) won their respective races back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, in the Presidential Election as it relates specifically to Harris County, Texas.

957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
PHONE: (832)212-8735
CELL: (281)788-3033