Thursday, February 24, 2022

There Was More to the FBI Raid at The City of Houston's Health Department on February 16, 2022 Than Meets the Eye


Do you see that woman in the blue dress standing next to Mayor Sylvester Turner? Do you know her? Well, her name is Marlene McNeese, and at the time this photo was taken her job title was listed as Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston. Now, do you see the guy in the photo with Marlene McNeese and Mayor Sylvester Turner? Well, that guy's name is Stephen L. Williams, and he's the Director of the Houston Health Department. Now, can you guess where I found this photo? Can you? I found this photo and feature posted on the website for TrΓ© Magazine, the magazine owned by Stephanie Coleman, the woman at the center of the FBI raid at the City of Houston's Health Department.

There's More to the FBI Raid on The City of Houston's Health Department on February 16th Than Meets the Eye

AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

Have you seen Wayne Dolcefino's investigation into Stephanie A. Coleman, and Neutral Grey yet? If not, you can (CLICK HERE) to check out his report. That being said, as I continue to dig further into the FBI raid at the City of Houston's Health Department, I'm beginning to see the tentacles of what appears to be tribal warfare between one of the top "BLACK POLITICAL TRIBES" in Harris County, Texas, and what appears to be a political outsider who was raking in some serious dollars. 

LINDA VERSUS STEPHANIE

As I've already told you, Linda Brown is Mayor Sylvester Turner's campaign consultant. In fact, from what I can see, Mayor Sylvester Turner recently paid Linda Brown (his campaign consultant) more than Linda Brown well over $329,378 between October 15, 2018, and December 5, 2019. And during the period we reviewed, Linda Brown (Mayor Sylvester Turner's Political Consultant) also received over $574,299 from the City of Houston as part of the "BETTER TOGETHER CAMPAIGN" related to COVID-19 Outreach. That being said, Linda Brown was also raking in some serious cash from Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee during the period we reviewed. So, just so you know, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee paid Linda K. Brown, of Advantage Communication Consultants over $657,045 between the 2002 Midterm Election and the 2020 Presidential Election. Now that you know all of that, when it came to the COVID-19 Outreach contract, Stephanie Coleman (a political outsider), made a lot more money than Linda Brown, the political consultant for Mayor Sylvester Turner, and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. Why is that? I'm too sure right now, why Stephanie Coleman was running the "BETTER TOGETHER CAMPAIGN" and not Linda Brown, but I'm looking into it.

AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
EMAIL: aubreyrtaylor@gmail.com
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MARLENE MCNEESE is the Assistant Director, Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston, Houston Health Department. Mayor Sylvester Turner is pictured in the middle, and the guy on the end is Stephen L. Williams, the Director Houston Health Department.

STEPHEN L. WILLIAMS is the Director for the City of Houston Health Department. He joined the City of Houston as the director of HHD, back in June of 2004. In the photo below, you will see Dr. Williams pictured with Mayor Sylvester Turner, and Marlene McNeese, the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston. All three were featured inside TrΓ© Magazine, the magazine owned by Stephanie Coleman, the woman at the center of the FBI raid at the City of Houston's Health Department, who was paid more than $900,000 to head up the COVID-19 Outreach program.


MARLENE MCNEESE is the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston. As you will see below, Marlene McNeese has a cozy relationship with Mayor Sylvester Turner, as well as Barry Barnes, Stephanie Coleman, and Lois Edwards.


We found this photo of Barry Barnes (far left), the administrative coordinator for the City of Houston's Health Department dressed really fly, along with Stephanie A. Coleman (second from right), at some sort of event. Now, remember, the FBI raid at the City of Houston's Health Department is related to the relationship between Barry Barnes and Stephanie A. Coleman, the "MARKETING VENDOR" who was paid more than $900,000 as part of their COVID-19 Outreach campaign.


So, now we've identified all of the players who were at this little brunch cheesing. The man in the photo is Barry Barnes, the administrative coordinator for the City of Houston. the woman in the striped sweater is Lois Edwards, a coworker of Barry's whom he calls his office wife. The woman with curly hair with the blond on top is Stephanie A. Coleman, the "MARKETING VENDOR" at the center of the FBI raid, who got paid more than $900,000 for COVID-19 Outreach and other services, by the City of Houston. And the other woman with the long hair is now identified as Marlene McNeese, and she's the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston.


Why would Marlene McNeese, the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston, have such a cozy relationship with someone who is running the COVID-19 Outreach "MARKETING CAMPAIGN" for the City of Houston's Health Department? In case you don't know, that's Marlene McNeese with the long hair in the photo above.


LOIS EDWARDS the office wife of Barry Barnes is pictured eating brunch with Stephanie Coleman, the "MARKETING VENDOR" at the center of the FBI raid, at the City of Houston's Health Department back on Wednesday, February 16, 2022.


BARRY BARNES, the administrative coordinator for the City of Houston's Health Department is pictured with his self-proclaimed office wife named Lois Edwards. 


MARLENE MCNEESE, the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston is pictured with Barry Barnes, the administrative coordinator for the City of Houston Health Department.


MARLENE MCNEESE, the Assistant Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Division for the City of Houston is sitting at a table eating brunch with Stephanie Coleman and Lois Edwards.


STEPHANIE A. COLEMAN was paid more than $911,411 by the City of Houston between 7/22/2014 and 8/17/2021, for her services. Many of the services provided by "NEUTRAL GREY LLC" were provided as part of the City of Houston's "BETTER TOGETHER" campaign. 


As you can see above, NEUTRAL GREY LLC, a company owned by Stephanie A. Coleman was paid $1,000 on 7/22/2014 by the City of Houston. She was also dispersed payments of  $590, $38,080, $15,586, 15,586, 11,536, 5,281, $24,981, $8,960, $8,960, $32,735, $120,100, $207,176, $61,800, $85,200, $159,955, $160,044, $50,500, and $47,841, during the period we reviewed. (CLICK HERE) to get a closer look at this chart.


LINDA BROWN was paid more than $574,299 by the City of Houston between 10/25/2019 and 3/26/2021, for her services. Many of the services provided by "MEDIA ADVANTAGE COMMUNICATIONS" were provided as part of the City of Houston's "BETTER TOGETHER" campaign. 


As you can see above, MEDIA ADVANTAGE COMMUNICATIONS, a company owned by Linda Brown was paid $10,000 on 10/25/2019 by the City of Houston. She was also dispersed payments of $82,860, $100,500, $139, $190,800, and $190,000 during the period we reviewed. (CLICK HERE) to get a closer look at this chart.


For more information on this story about the FBI raid, you should (CLICK HERE) and view the report that was aired on ABC 13, last night. Investigative Reporter Ted Oberg did a good job laying things out. 


CONGRESSWOMAN SHEILA JACKSON LEE paid Linda K. Brown, of Advantage Communication Consultants over $657,045 between the 2002 Midterm Election and the 2020 Presidential Election. That being said, from what we can see right now, she appears to be trying to distance her campaign from Advantage Communication Consultants, Linda K. Brown, and the "ABSENTEE BALLOT HARVESTERS" she's been working with for several decades. If you (CLICK HERE) and check out her (2021 to 2022) campaign finance filings you will clearly see that she's (at least for now) taking corrective action in regards to her connection to some of the alleged wrongdoers.


LINDA K. BROWN is not the "MARKETING VENDOR" who is the focal point of the FBI raid that took place at the City of Houston Health Department on Wednesday, February 16, 2022. 

WHO IS LINDA K. BROWN?

According to a biographic sketch I was sent by Linda K. Brown last year, she’s a business owner, entrepreneur, professional public relations and media communications specialist, political campaign consultant, and strategist, special event and conference planning coordinator, and project management consultant, has established a broad-based career for over thirty years in various communications disciplines including specialty marketing, public involvement, and community outreach, business development, image enhancement, event coordination, project management, and political campaign consulting. She is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Advantage Communications Group, LLC (A.C.G.).

She began her professional career in broadcast communications for several television networks and radio stations in Houston and Atlanta. Later in her career, she broadened her experience when she became Executive Vice-President and General Manager for Black Entertainment Television where she launched their successful southern regional sales and marketing office in Atlanta.

Ms. Brown’s political and civil rights involvement is equally as extensive having worked with numerous local and national elected officials and campaigns where she has served as General Campaign Consultant and/or Communications Director including the Jesse Jackson & Hillary Clinton for President Campaigns as well as other congressional and local/state elected officials. She has worked extensively with numerous national projects in conjunction with notable civil rights organizations including the 30th Anniversary of “March on Washington” and the “Million Man March”.

Also as a committed community volunteer, she has served on many boards and has received numerous awards for her outstanding community service.


MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER paid Linda Brown well over $329,378 between October 15, 2018, and December 5, 2019. And during the period we reviewed, Linda Brown (Mayor Sylvester Turner's Political Consultant) also received over $574,299 from the City of Houston as part of the "BETTER TOGETHER CAMPAIGN" related to COVID-19 Outreach. That being said, can (CLICK HERE) for a closer look at the connection between Mayor Sylvester Turner, and his campaign consultant Linda Brown who also received more than $574,299 from the City of Houston's Health Department.


Back on 10/15/2018, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Consultants, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $40,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 1/17/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner paid Advantage Communication Consultants two checks from his campaign account. One of the checks written to Linda Brown was for $12,000, and the other check was for 1,000, according to Mayor Turner's Campaign finance report.


Back on 2/5/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communications Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $3,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 2/6/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communications Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $875 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 2/12/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $9,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 2/14/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Consultants, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $5,295 according to his campaign finance report.



Back on 2/26/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $2,943 according to his campaign finance report.



Back on 3/1/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $3,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 3/11/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $11,000 according to his campaign finance report.



Back on 4/01/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $3,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 4/8/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $11,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 5/1/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner paid Advantage Communications Group, LLC three payments. These checks were written in the amounts of $3,000, $11,675, and $12,000, according to Mayor Turner's Campaign finance report.


Back on 5/21/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $25,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 5/21/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $90 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 6/7/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $42,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 10/16/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $15,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 10/24/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $10,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 10/25/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $22,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 11/18/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $18,500 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 11/25/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $30,000 according to his campaign finance report.


Back on 12/5/2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner wrote Advantage Communication Group, LLC, that's owned by Linda Brown, his political consultant a check in the amount of $38,000 according to his campaign finance report.


According to Linda K. Brown's biographical sketch, she served as a General Campaign Consultant and/or Communications Director for the Hillary Clinton for President Campaign as well as other congressional and local/state elected officials, including Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, and the City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, over the years.


According to Linda K. Brown's biographical sketch, she served as a General Campaign Consultant and/or Communications Director for the Jesse Jackson for President Campaign as well as other congressional and local/state elected officials, including Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, and the City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, over the years.


GERALD WOMACK is well-known in local political circles as "THE MONEY MAN" for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. His office is located at 4412 Almeda Road in Houston, Texas. That being said, if you notice the address below, you will see that Womack's office is also used as the headquarters for Advantage Communications Group.


WOMACK DEVELOPMENT is the headquarters for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's campaign as well as the headquarters for Advantage Communications Group, that's headed up by Linda K. Brown, the woman believed to be at the center of the FBI investigation into the Houston Health Department that led to the Wednesday, February 16, 2022, FBI raid.



CONGRESSWOMAN SHEILA JACKSON LEE paid Linda K. Brown, and Advantage Communication Consultants over $657,045 between 2002 and 2020. From what we can see the payments stop being made to Advantage Communications Consultants shortly after the 2020 Presidential Election when we started investigating Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign for allegedly hiring "ABSENTEE BALLOT HARVESTERS" who were requesting "ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATIONS" for dead people in Harris County, Texas.


Back during the 2020 Presidential Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (11) eleven payments totaling $125,352, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2018 Midterm Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (14) fourteen payments totaling $99,190, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2016 Presidential Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (7) seven payments totaling $57,075, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2014 Midterm Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (9) nine payments totaling $47,650, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2012 Presidential Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (6) six payments totaling $49,325, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2010 Midterm Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (11) eleven payments totaling $164,176, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2008 Presidential Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (9) nine payments totaling $49,172, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2006 Midterm Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (5) five payments totaling $18,574, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2004 Presidential Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (3) three payments totaling $14,710, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.


Back during the 2002 Midterm Election cycle Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Campaign, which was headed up by Gerald Womack, paid Advantage Communication Consultants (8) eight payments totaling $31,821, according to information we found on "OPEN SECRETS" detailing her expenditures.

AUBREY R. TAYLOR COMMUNICATIONS
EMAIL: aubreyrtaylor@gmail.com
957 NASA PARKWAY #251
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058-3039
DIRECT CONTACT: (281)788-3033





Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Contested Democratic Party Primary Races for Harris County


U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 38
- DUNCAN F. KLUSSMANN
- CENTRELL REED

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GOVERNOR OF TEXAS
 - RICH WAKELAND
πŸ“Œ- BETO O'ROURKE
 - JOY DIAZ
 - INOCENCIO (INNO) BARRIENTEZ
πŸ“Œ- MICHAEL COOPER

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
 - MICHELLE BECKLEY
 - CARLA BRAILEY
πŸ“Œ - MIKE COLLIER

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ATTORNEY GENERAL
 - S. T-BONE RAYNOR
 - LEE MERRITT
 - MIKE FIELDS
πŸ“Œ - JOE JAWORSKI
 - ROCHELLE MERCEDES GARZA

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COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
 - JANET T. DUDDING
 - TIM MAHONEY
πŸ“Œ- ANGEL LUIS VEGA

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COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE
 - JINNY SUH
 - MICHAEL LANGE
 - JAY KLEBERG

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COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
πŸ“Œ- SUSAN HAYS
(D) - ED IRESON

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 4
 - CORETTA MALLET-FONTENOT
 - THELDON BRANCH
 - MARVIN JOHNSON
 - LARRY MCKINZIE
πŸ“Œ- STACI CHILDS

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STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 15
 - MOLLY COOK
πŸ“Œ- JOHN WHITMIRE

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STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 17
 - TITUS BENTON
 πŸ“Œ- MIGUEL GONZALEZ

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 131
 πŸ“Œ- CRYSTAL DILLARD
 - JAMES GUILLORY
 - ALMA A. ALLEN

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 132
 πŸ“Œ- CHASE WEST
 - CAMERON CAM CAMPBELL

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 142
 - CANDIS HOUSTON

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 147
 - AURELIA WAGNER
 - AKWETE HINES
 - SOMTOOCHUKWU IK-EJIOFOR
 - REAGAN DENISE FLOWERS
 πŸ“Œ- DANIELLE KEYS BESS
 πŸ“Œ- JOLANDA JONES
 - NAMRATA "NAM" SUBRAMANIAN

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14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 2
πŸ“Œ- KYLE CARTER
 - CHERI C THOMAS

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14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 9
 - WILLIAM DEMOND
 πŸ“Œ- CHRIS CONRAD

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 183RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - GEMAYEL L. HAYNES
 πŸ“Œ- CHUCK SILVERMAN

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 184TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - ABIGAIL ANASTASIO

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 185TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
  - KATE FERRELL
  πŸ“Œ- ANDREA BEALL
  - JASON LUONG

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 189TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
  - LEMA MAY BARAZI
  πŸ“Œ- TAMIKA TAMI CRAFT
  - S. "DOLLI" DOLLINGER

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 208TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
  πŸ“Œ- BEVERLY ARMSTRONG
  - KIMBERLY KIM MCTORRY
  - GREG GLASS

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 228TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
  - FRANK AGUILAR

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 230TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - CHRIS MORTON

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 248TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - LINDA MAZZAGATTI
 πŸ“Œ- HILARY UNGER

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 263RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 πŸ“Œ- AMY MARTIN
 - MELISSA MARIE MORRIS

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 270TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 πŸ“Œ- DEDRA DAVIS
 - DENISE BROWN

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 482ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - ALYCIA HARVEY
 - SHERLENE CRUZ

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 245TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 πŸ“Œ- ANGELA LANCELIN
 - TRISTAN HARRIS LONGINO

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 280TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
πŸ“Œ- DIANNE CURVEY
 - BARBARA "BABS" STALDER

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 312TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 - TERESA J. WALDROP
 - CLINTON CHIP WELLS

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 313TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 πŸ“Œ- A, GLENDA DURU 
 - NATALIA OAKES

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DISTRICT JUDGE, 315TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
 πŸ“Œ- IESHIA CHAMPS 
 - LEAH SHAPIRO

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HARRIS COUNTY JUDGE
 πŸ“Œ- GEORGIA D. PROVOST
πŸ“Œ- ERICA DAVIS
 - MARIA GARCIA
 - AHMAD R. "ROB-BETO" HASSAN
 - LINA HIDALGO
 - KEVIN HOWARD

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COUNTY CIVIL COURT AT LAW NO. 4
 - M. K. MONICA SINGH
 - DAVID M. PATRONELLA
 πŸ“Œ- TREASEA TREVIΓ‘O

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 2
 πŸ“Œ- RONNISHA BOWMAN
 - JANNELL ROBLES

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 3
 - LORENZO WILLIAMS
 πŸ“Œ- STACI BIGGAR
 - PORSCHA NATASHA BROWN

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 5
 πŸ“Œ- CARLOS AGUAYO
 - DAVID MARCEL FLEISCHER

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 6
 πŸ“Œ- SELINA ALANIZ
 - KELLEY ANDREWS

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 7
 πŸ“Œ- MAURICIO VAZQUEZ
 - ANDREW A. WRIGHT

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 8
πŸ“Œ- ERIKA RAMIREZ
 - FRANKLIN BYNUM

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 10
πŸ“Œ- JUANITA JACKSON
 - THUY LE

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COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 14
 - JE'RELL A. ROGERS
πŸ“Œ- DAVID L. SINGER

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HARRIS COUNTY - PROBATE COURT NO. 2
 πŸ“Œ- PAMELA MEDINA
 - MICHAEL NEWMAN

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HARRIS DISTRICT CLERK
 πŸ“Œ- MARILYN BURGESS
 - DESIREE BROADNAX

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HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER
 πŸ“Œ- CARLA L. WYATT
 - DYLAN OSBORNE

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2
 πŸ“Œ- GEORGE RISNER
 - GARY HARRISON
 - ADRIAN GARCIA

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 4
 - CLARENCE MILLER
 - GINA CALANNI
 πŸ“Œ- ANN WILLIAMS
 - LESLEY BRIONES
 - SANDRA PELMORE
 - JEFF STAUBER
 - BENJAMIN "BEN" CHOU

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2
 - STEVE DUBLE
 - CHRIS WATSON
 - VICTOR LOMBRANA
 πŸ“Œ- SONIA LOPEZ
 - RON CAMPANA

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 2, PLACE 2
 πŸ“Œ- DOLORES LOZANO
 - BLAIR MCCLURE

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 3, PLACE 2
 πŸ“Œ- LUCIA BATES 
 - ASHLEIGH ROBERSON
 - HERBERT ALEXANDER SANCHEZ

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 5, PLACE 2
 πŸ“Œ- RODERICK D. RODGERS
 - EMAN AFSHAR

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- HARRIS COUNTY -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 6, PLACE 2
 - LUIS GARZA






Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Contested Republican Party Primary Races for Harris County


U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 2
- JAMESON ELLIS
πŸ“Œ- DAN CRENSHAW
- MILAM LANGELLA
- MARTIN ETWOP

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U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 7
- TIM STROUD
- LANCE STEWART
- TINA BLUM COHEN
- RUDY A. ATENCIO
- LAIQUE REHMAN
πŸ“Œ- JOHNNY TEAGUE
- BENSON GITAU

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U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8
- CHRISTIAN COLLINS
- JESSICA WELLINGTON
- CANDICE C. BURROWS
- JONATHAN A. MITCHELL
- MICHAEL PHILIPS
- MORGAN LUTTRELL
- BETSY BATES
- DAN MCKAUGHAN
- CHUCK MONTGOMERY
- TAYLOR M. WHICHARD IV

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U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 22
πŸ“Œ- TROY E. NEHLS
- GREGORY JONATHAN THORNE

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U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 29
- ROBERT SCHAFRANEK
- LULITE EJIGU
- JAIMY BLANCO
πŸ“Œ- JULIO GARZA

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U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 38
- DAVID HOGAN
- DAMIEN MATTHEW PETER MOCKUS
- JERRY FORD
- RICHARD WELCH
πŸ“Œ- WESLEY HUNT
- BRETT GUILLORY
πŸ“Œ- MARK RAMSEY
- ROLAND LOPEZ
- PHIL COVARRUBIAS
- ALEX CROSS

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GOVERNOR OF TEXAS
- PAUL BELEW
- DANNY HARRISON
- RICK PERRY
- ALLEN B. WEST
πŸ“Œ- GREG ABBOTT
πŸ“Œ- DON HUFFINES
- KANDY KAYE HORN
- CHAD PRATHER

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TEXAS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
- TODD M. BULLIS
- DAN PATRICK
πŸ“Œ- DANIEL MILLER
- ZACH VANCE
- AARON SORRELLS
- TRAYCE BRADFORD

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TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL
πŸ“Œ- KEN PAXTON
- LOUIE GOHMERT
- GEORGE P. BUSH
πŸ“Œ- EVA GUZMAN

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COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
- MARK V. GOLOBY
πŸ“Œ- GLENN HEGAR

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COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE
- RUFUS LOPEZ
- VICTOR AVILA
- TIM WESTLEY
- DON W. MINTON
- BEN ARMENTA
πŸ“Œ- WESTON MARTINEZ
- JON SPIERS
- DAWN BUCKINGHAM

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COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
πŸ“Œ- SID MILLER
- JAMES WHITE
- CAREY A. COUNSIL

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RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 2
- DAWAYNE TIPTON
- TOM SLOCUM JR.
πŸ“Œ- WAYNE CHRISTIAN
- MARVIN "SARGE" SUMMERS
- SARAH STOGNER

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JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 9
πŸ“Œ- DAVID J. SCHENCK
- EVAN YOUNG

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JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 5
- SCOTT WALKER
πŸ“Œ- CLINT MORGAN

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MEMBER, STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 6
- WILL HICKMAN
πŸ“Œ- MIKE WOLFE

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MEMBER, STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 7
πŸ“Œ- JULIE PICKREN
-ABOLAJI TIJAN “AYO” AYOBAMI
- DANNY SURMAN
- MICHAEL BARTON

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STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 11
πŸ“Œ- BOB MITCHEL
- BIANCA GRACIA
- ROBIN ARMSTRONG
- MAYES MIDDLETON

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 127
- DEANNA ROBERTSON

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 132
πŸ“Œ- MIKE SCHOFIELD
- ERIK LE

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 133
- GREG TRAVIS
- WILL FRANKLIN
- SHELLEY TORIAN BARINEAU
πŸ“Œ- BERT KELLER
- MANO DEAYALA

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 134
πŸ“Œ- A.A. DOMINGUEZ
- RYAN MCCONNICO

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 135
πŸ“Œ- MIKE MAY
- STEPHEN HAGERTY

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 138
 πŸ“Œ- JOSH FLYNN
 – CHRISTINE KALMBACH
 – LACEY HULL

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 147
- DAMIEN THADDEUS JONES
πŸ“Œ- RASHARD BAYLOR

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 150
-DEBBIE RIDDLE
πŸ“Œ- VALOREE SWANSON
- VALERIE MCGILVREY
- BRYAN LE

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FAMILY DISTRICT JUDGE, 308TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
πŸ“Œ- TODD FRANKFORT
- MICHAEL PATRICK DELANEY

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FAMILY DISTRICT JUDGE, 311TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
πŸ“Œ- GARDNER EASTLAND
- RAY VANNORMAN

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FAMILY DISTRICT JUDGE, 313TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
- JULIE A KETTERMAN

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HARRIS COUNTY JUDGE
- H.Q. BOLANOS
- GEORGE HARRY ZOES
- ALEXANDRA DEL MORAL MEALER
πŸ“Œ- VIDAL MARTINEZ
- ROBERT DORRIS
- RANDY KUBOSH
- MARTINA LEMOND DIXON
- OSCAR GONZALES
- WARREN A. HOWELL

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HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER
πŸ“Œ- ERIC DICK
 – KYLE SCOTT

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COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 2
- JACK MORMAN
- RICHARD VEGA
- DANIEL N. JASON
πŸ“Œ- JERRY MOUTON
- JOHN MANLOVE

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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, PRECINCT 5, PLACE 2
- ZEE ADAMS GIRE
πŸ“Œ- BRET S. KISLUK
- BOB WOLFE


















































AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "Now is the time when our love for America must prevail. It is incumbent upon us to elect "PUBLIC SERVANTS" who understand that they work for the people. We need "ELECTED OFFICIALS" in office who love "OUR CONSTITUTION" and the ideals that our nation was founded upon by our forefathers. We must endeavor to "PUT PEOPLE OVER POLITICS" and do what's best for America during this crucial moment during the history of our great nation."

We Must Make it Our Business to Put "People Over Politics" in the 2022 Midterm Election & Beyond...

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 the upcoming 2022 Midterms, 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. 

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