Lynn Clouser, Mayor Yolanda Ford, and Cynthia K Bailey are the Front-Runners in the December 12, 2020 Runoff Elections
AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
A lot of times it’s hard to identify the "BEST CHOICES" in local political contests. However, to help make your job a little easier, I’ll help you out. In the race for Missouri City Council At-Large Position #2, I like Lynn Clouser. In my opinion, Lynn Clouser is the front runner in this race – she’s facing Council Chris Preston. In the race for Mayor of Missouri City Texas, I believe that Mayor Yolanda Ford is the front-runner – she’s facing off against former councilman Robin Elackatt. And in the long-awaited race for Houston City Council District B. I believe that Cynthia K. Bailey is the front-runner., I have decided to donate $5,000.00 to the Cynthia K. Bailey Campaign in the form of an (IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION) to help her fight back against the forces that are working to stop her from becoming the next City Council Member for District B on Saturday, December 12, 2020. I have also decided to donate $5,000 to the Lynn Clouser Campaign in the form of an (IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION) for branding, marketing, and strategic ground-game support down the stretch of her runoff campaign. And in case you haven't heard, back on Wednesday, November 25, 2020, the first day of early voting for the Houston-area, only 238 people turned out to vote. And that number is split between (6) six runoff races. We have the runoff Houston City Council District B between Cynthia K. Bailey and Tarsha Jackson. We have the runoff for Baytown City Council Member for District 5 between Thomas Parent and Jacob Powell. We have the runoff for Baytown City Council Member for District 6 between Mike Lester and Susan Cummings. We have the runoff for Humble City Council Member for Place 4 between Arliss Ann Bentley and Paula Settle. We have the runoff race for La Port Council Person for District 6 between Gary Rohr and Robbie McLarrin. And last but not least we have the runoff race for the City of Nassau Bay Mayor between Bob Warters and Ashley Graves. That being said, when you factor in all of these runoff races, the runoff for Houston City Council District B, more than likely didn't have but about 74 votes or so cast on the first day.