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ELECTION FOCUS 2015 I

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READER ENDORSEMENTS WILL BE POSTED ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2015 AT: WWW.AUBREYRTAYLOR.BLOGSPOT.COM

HERE'S A FEW QUESTIONS FOR THE MAYORAL CANDIDATES: What is your position on the HERO Ordinance? If you oppose it, what will you do to have it repealed? If you support the ordinance, why do you support it? – This question was submitted by Bishop K.J.Brown the Chief Visionary Officer (CVO) at Bishop K.J. Brown Ministries. You can hear Bishop K.J. Brown on Sundays@6:00p.m. and Wednesday’s @7:30p.m. LISTEN TO: rhemagospelradio.com. You can email Bishop K.J. Brown at: bishopkjbrown@gmail.com.

HERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD ASK YOURSELF ABOUT EACH CANDIDATE RUNNING FOR MAYOR IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION: Education remains the highest civil rights priority of the NAACP, voters should be asking whether the candidate of choice has a true urgency in turning around our failing school system, including eliminating the educational disparities that exist within HISD. – This statement was submitted by Yolanda Smith, the executive director at the NAACP Houston Branch.

AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “HERE’S A QUESTION FOR ALL THE 2015 MAYORAL CANDIDATES”

What have you done already in HOUSTON to make a difference in the homeless population? -- This question was submitted by Wretha Rawls-Thomas the CEO President and Founder at Lucy Mae Rawls Foundation, and President at Pillars of the Community / LMR Foundation. Wretha RawlsThomas (far right) is pictured with State Rep. Alma Allen (HD-131).

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