Tuesday, November 8, 2022, Election Day Endorsements for Harris County, Texas

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CAST YOUR VOTE FOR THESE CANDIDATES ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022.

ALEXANDRA

MEALER

“I’M HUMBLY ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 8, 2022,” - ALEXANDRA

“Alexandra del Moral Mealer is the right choice of “US” on November 8, 2022.”

JACK MORMAN

TAMI PIERCE is asking for your vote in the race for Judge, 180th Criminal District Court in Harris County.

2022 CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 2 “Jack Morman is the right choice for “US” on November 8, 2022.”

R. JACK CAGLE

2022 CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 4 “We must keep Jack on Commissioners Court.”

FORMER JUDGE JAMES LOMBARDINO needs your vote in the race for County Civil Court at Law #1.

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United States Representative, District 2 Dan Crenshaw ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 7 Johnny Teague ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 8 Morgan Luttrell ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 9 Jimmy I. Leon ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 18 Carmen Maria Montiel ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 22 Troy E. Nehls ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 29 Sylvia Garcia ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 36 Brian Babin ———————————————————— United States Representative, District 38 Wesley Hunt ———————————————————— Governor of Texas Greg Abbott ———————————————————— Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick

Attorney General Ken Paxton ———————————————————— Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar ———————————————————— Commissioner of the General Land Office Dawn Buckingham ———————————————————— Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller ———————————————————— Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian ———————————————————— Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3 Debra Lehrmann ———————————————————— Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5 Rebeca Huddle ———————————————————— Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9 Julia Maldonado ———————————————————— Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5 Dana Huffman ———————————————————— Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6 Robert Johnson ———————————————————— Member, State Board of Education, District 6 Michelle Palmer ———————————————————— Member, State Board of Education, District 7 Julie Pickren ———————————————————— Member, State Board of Education, District 8 Audrey Young ———————————————————— State Senator, District 4 Brandon Creighton ———————————————————— State Senator, District 15 John Whitmire ———————————————————— State Senator, District 17 Joan Huffman ———————————————————— State Senator, District 18 Louis W. Kolkhorst ———————————————————— State Representative, District 128 Briscoe Cain ———————————————————— State Representative, District 129 Dennis Paul ———————————————————— State Representative, District 131 Gerry Monroe ———————————————————— State Representative, District 132 Mike Schofield ———————————————————— State Representative, District 133 Mano DeAyala ———————————————————— State Representative, District 134 Ann Johnson ———————————————————— State Representative, District 135 John Rosenthal ———————————————————— State Representative, District 137 Gene Wu ———————————————————— State Representative, District 138 Lacey Hull

State Representative, District 145 Christina Morales ———————————————————— State Representative, District 148 Kay Smith ———————————————————— State Representative, District 149 Hubert Vo ———————————————————— State Representative, District 150 Valoree Swanson ———————————————————— Chief Justice, 1st Court of Appeals Terry Adams ———————————————————— Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District,Place 4 April Farris ———————————————————— Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 Kevin Jewell ———————————————————— Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District,Place 9 William Demond ———————————————————— District Judge, 55th Judicial District Nile Copeland ———————————————————— District Judge, 113th Judicial District Nathan J. Milliron ———————————————————— District Judge, 157th Judicial District Sonya L. Aston ———————————————————— District Judge, 182nd Judicial District Robert H. Jackson ———————————————————— District Judge, 183rd Judicial District Gemayel L. Haynes ———————————————————— District Judge, 184th Judicial District Lori DeAngelo ———————————————————— District Judge, 185th Judicial District Andrea Beall ———————————————————— District Judge, 189th Judicial District Tamika “Tami” Craft ———————————————————— District Judge, 190th Judicial District Fred Shuchart ———————————————————— District Judge, 208th Judicial District Beverly Armstrong ———————————————————— District Judge, 209th Judicial District Kevin Fulton ———————————————————— District Judge, 228th Judicial District Andy Taylor ———————————————————— District Judge, 230th Judicial District Brad Hart ———————————————————— District Judge, 232nd Judicial District Joshua Normand ———————————————————— District Judge, 234th Judicial District Lauren Reeder ———————————————————— District Judge, 248th Judicial District Julian Ramirez ———————————————————— District Judge, 262nd Judicial District Tonya McLaughlin ———————————————————— District Judge, 263rd Judicial District Amber Cox


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District Judge, 269th Judicial District Bruce Bain ———————————————————— District Judge, 270th Judicial District Michael Landrum ———————————————————— District Judge, 281st Judicial District Michelle Fraga ———————————————————— District Judge, 295th Judicial District Malcolm Whittaker ———————————————————— District Judge, 482nd Judicial District Maritza Antu ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 245th Judicial District Dan Lemkuil ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 246th Judicial District Charley Prine ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 247th Judicial District Geric Tipsword ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 257th Judicial District Sandra Peake ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 280th Judicial District Rose Cardenas ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 308th Judicial District Todd Frankfort ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 309th Judicial District Jesus Guillen ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 310th Judicial District Sonya Leah Heath ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 311th Judicial District Gardner Eastland ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 312th Judicial District Teresa J. Waldrop ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 313th Judicial District Rachel Leal-Hudson ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 314th Judicial District Michelle Moore ———————————————————— Family District Judge, 315th Judicial District Maria Valeria Brock ———————————————————— County Judge Alexandra del Moral Mealer ———————————————————— Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 1 James Lombardino ———————————————————— Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2 Jim Kovach ———————————————————— Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3 Aaron G. Adams ———————————————————— Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 4 Brian Staley ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 1 Nathan Moss ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 2 Paula Goodhart ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 3 Leslie Johnson ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 4 Zachary Gibson ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 5 Elizabeth Buss ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 6 Mark Montgomery ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 7 Andrew A. Wright ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 8 Erika Ramirez

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Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 9 Toria J. Finch ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 10 Juanita Jackson ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 11 Sedrick T. Walker II ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 12 Matthew Dexter ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 13 Lance Long ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 14 Jessica N. Padilla ———————————————————— Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 15 Tonya Jones ———————————————————— Judge, County Probate Court No. 1 Loyd Wright ———————————————————— Judge, County Probate Court No. 2 Sophia Mafrige ———————————————————— Judge, County Probate Court No. 3 Rory Robert Olsen ———————————————————— Judge, County Probate Court No. 4 Will Archer ———————————————————— District Clerk Chris Daniel ———————————————————— County Clerk Stan Stanart ———————————————————— County Treasurer Carla L. Wyatt ———————————————————— County School Trustee, Position 1, Precinct 2 Amy Hinojosa ———————————————————— County School Trustee, Position 2Precinct 4 Danielle Dick ———————————————————— County Commissioner, Precinct 2 Jack Morman ———————————————————— County Commissioner, Precinct 4 R. Jack Cagle ———————————————————— Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 Dolores Lozano ———————————————————— Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2 Lucia G. Bates ———————————————————— Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2 Roderick D. Rodgers ————————————————————

VOTE FOR ALL OF THE CANDIDATES ON THIS ENDORSEMENT CARD...

JOHNNY TEAGUE is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote vote Republican on Nov. 8th.

CARMEN MARIA MONTIEL is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote Republican on Nov. 8th.

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FRED SHUCHART is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote Republican on Nov. 8th.

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BRUCE BAIN is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote Republican on Nov. 8th.

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DANIEL LEMKUIL is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote Republican on Tuesday, Nov. 8th.

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CHARLEY PRINE is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote vote Republican on Nov. 8th.

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GERIC TIPSWORD is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote vote Republican on Tuesday, Nov. 8th.

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JIMMY I. LEON is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote vote Republican on Tuesday, Nov. 8th.

CHRIS DANIEL is a Conservative who values our vote prayers and support. Don’t forget to vote vote Republican on Tuesday, Nov. 8th. ———————————————————-

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022


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“EVERYONE’S WELCOME TO JOIN THE MOVEMENT.” JACK - Helped pass the $2.5 billion flood control bond that will protect us from future flooding...

JACK - Worked tirelessly to secure billions of dollars in disaster relief funding to help rebuild our communities affected by Hurricane Harvey...

JACK - Knows that property taxes are too high and is working to refom the property tax and appraisal system...

JACK - Knows that small businesses are the heart of our economy. Is working to eliminate the regulations and red tape that make it difficult to start businesses in our community...

Dear Harris County: Thank you for the last eleven years. I have enjoyed every minute of it. I look forward to serving you, working with you, and hearing from you on how we can make Precinct 4 a better place for all its residents. If you have a question about my campaign, please do not hesitate to reach me by email or call me at (832) 856-2354. If you have a question, comment, or thoughts on how I can better assist you with a county related issue, please call Harris County Precinct 4 at 713-755-6444. Thank you for the confidence you have placed in me. Sincerely yours,

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A FEW OF JACK’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS

GREENWAY SUCCESSES

Spring Creek Greenway – Purchased or partnered with other agencies to connect 30-miles of creek frontage, which not only acts as a flood buffer but also provides connectivity for wildlife and recreational opportunities. 15-miles of trail have been completed and more is added daily. Cypress Creek Greenway – Precinct 4 has acquired or partnered to secure over 40-tracts of land along Cypress Creek to connect existing anchor parks along a 30mile corridor of Cypress Creek which will eventually tie both greenway projects together.

100-Acre Woods – Precinct 4 partnered with BLC and the Houston Endowment to purchase this pristine floodplain property in a rapidly developing area of northwest Harris County and then the precinct installed an allweather asphalt trail connection to existing trails. The primitive trails throughout this property are second only to Memorial Park in the highest mountain bike usage throughout the Houston Metro area.

PARK IMPROVEMENTS

Bayer Park – Added a playground, upgraded field lights and upgrading utility infra-structure facilities.

Burroughs Park – Added new asphalt trails, drained, dug and reshaped the lake and added a spillway, created the Sammy Bush Dog Park and added new parking lot. Created new and innovative programs such as Shakespeare in the Shade, Holiday Wonderland and movie nights. Carter Park – Opened the new Carter Park with an Olympic grade archery range, new parking lot, water well and off-grid restroom facility.

Collins Park – Developed a shaded playground pavilion and covered volleyball court, raised the staff building office up above the flood line, installed a low water crossing for the heavily used off road mountain bike trails coming out of this park. Dennis Johnston Park – The headquarters for Precinct 4’s Parks Department installed a state of the art sound wall, built a Constable Deputy substation, developed a new SCG trailhead, and established a locally renowned fishing pond.

Dyess Park – Upgraded field lighting on girls softball fields and soccer fields.

Fritsche – This year we will be drilling a water well, adding electrical drop and designing a pavilion with restrooms and showers to compliment the scout camping opportunities at this facility. Hellums Pocket Park – Installed security lighting at night.

Jones Park – Upgraded parking lights, added paved trails, parking lot expansion underway.

Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve – Developed and opened this 81-acre facility with staff buildings, a bridge across Cypress Creek, trails, parking, utilities and infra-structure. Added a robust program schedule with a variety of nature related topics and professional naturalists on staff. Klein Park – The entire utility system was redone including new aerobic treatment plant and capping of the well and replacement of pipes connecting to the local MUD. The parking lot was resurfaced and new lights added the baseball fields.

Mathews Park – New roof and siding placed on the community center, and adjacent two acres of land was purchased for future expanded parking lot. Asphalt walking trail added around the park perimeter will soon be connected to the adjacent Broussard Park in a partnership with the City of Tomball. Matzke Park – Three new Cricket fields were added to the park as well as trail connectivity to the Cypress Creek Greenway.

Mercer Botanic Gardens – Prior to having to rebuild Mercer twice after the April 2016 Tax Day Flood and Hurricane Harvey, Mercer had just completed the Ramble Garden. More recent additions include a Shakespeare Garden and Tropical Garden. The rebuild continues.

Meyer Park – New fencing, new water well, and a dog park were recently added. The entire walking trail system was overlaid with new asphalt. MUD 257 Park – Exercise equipment, trees and irrigation were added to the expanded trail system as Precinct 4 partnered with and adjacent developer to connect more trails.

Pundt Park – New additions include a Dog Park, an under age 5 playground, asphalt trails, and an equestrian meeting area.

Southwell Park – New waterlines were installed and the park was removed from the well.

Spring Creek Park – A restroom was added near the newly constructed volleyball court. Slope paving was added to the barbecue pavilion where the kitchen was also remodeled. The caretaker house was torn down and rebuilt. SC Park uncovered a historical cemetery and had it placed on the register, while adding new fencing to protect this historical treasure. A very popular archery pavilion was constructed and nearby restrooms and showers were remodeled. The 10-RV sites were remodeled with concrete parking, and new sewer, electric and water connections. Turkey Creek Park – An all-weather equestrian trail corridor was constructed to provide a place to ride while the trails dry up along the greenways.

Alabonson Park – Agreements were reached with the City of Houston as the park grounds were cleaned up, the under-brush cut and fence lines groomed while design and engineering move towards construction of park facilities. A 1-million dollar grant was secured from TP&WD to help with the 3-million dollar proposed park development. Champion Forest Park – Park is under development and will include a picnic and playground area, junior youth soccer fields, parking lot, restroom and walking trail.

Kissing Tree Park – Precinct 4 saved the infamous 100+ year old oak tree known locally as “The Kissing Tree” from the axe by purchasing this 3-acre site. The old metal banquet hall and out buildings were remodeled and turned into a lab for mosquito control, research and development. Timber Lane Bridge – Precinct 4 partnered with the Timber Lane UD to construct a bridge over Cypress Creek linking Mercer’s west side trails to the TL trail system.

Farm League Park – Harris County purchased this 22-acre high octane sports park and saved it from developers. This park boasts a tremendous turnover of game fields for both youth and adults in the fastest growing area of Precinct 4. With a diverse array of fields packed onto this acreage, games of lacrosse, soccer, 7 on 7 football, and baseball are all played daily at this Precinct 4 Park facility.

“KEEP COMMISSIONER JACK CAGLE.” Doss Park – Developed a walking trail and upgraded field lighting fencing.


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EDUCATION:

Baylor School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1986

Rice University, BA – Triple Major (History, Economics & Managerial Studies), 1983

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:

Commissioner Cagle has served as a Republican Precinct Chair in two precincts covering a span of over eight years. He has attended every precinct and senatorial district convention since 1988 and has been a delegate to numerous Republican state conventions.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Commissioner R. Jack Cagle has served as county commissioner for Harris County Precinct 4 since 2011. He was re-elected in 2014 and 2018. As commissioner, Cagle represents nearly 1.3 million residents and manages a staff of 445 employees with a Precinct 4 budget of $290.5 million.

For over 30 years Cagle has worked with and served the residents of Harris County as an attorney, an elected judge, and now as County Commissioner of Precinct 4.

Until his appointment to Commissioners Court in 2011, Cagle served 11 years as judge of Harris County Civil Court-at-Law No. 1. Harris County voters elected him to

the bench countywide in 2000 and re-elected him in 2002, 2006, and 2010.

As judge, Cagle consistently earned high ratings from the Houston Bar Association and received numerous awards from legal, business, political, and community groups. Twice recognized as “Judge of the Year” by law-enforcement groups, Cagle was also recognized by the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston and served as an officer in the Association of Women Attorneys. He was elected by his peers to be Administrative Judge for the County Civil Courts and as President of the Texas Association of County Court-at-Law Judges. He previously served as a representative on the board of the Houston-Galveston Area Council and the Board of Directors of the statewide Public Power Pool.

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ELECTION DAY: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022 P D P O L . A D B Y C O M M I T T E E TO S U P P O RT R . J A C K C A G L E C A M PA I G N


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“ALEXANDRA del Moral Mealer is the Right Choice.”

THE REAL DEAL.

I looked to my grandfathers for mentorship while growing up. From an early age, I was inspired by their stories of service and leadership in the defense of our freedom. My maternal grandfather was the first in his family to graduate high school and through his career of service in the U.S. Navy, also became the first in his family to graduate college. My paternal grandfather was forced to flee Spain

as a political refugee. He ultimately gained his U.S. citizenship through service in the U.S. Army. Following in my family’s tradition, I decided to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point following the 9/11 Attacks. Upon graduation, I served in the Army bomb squad. Through my experience leading soldiers in combat, I demonstrated the skills necessary to lead during times of crisis and that has prepared me to lead the county

through the crisis we currently face. The protection of our freedoms has been a theme throughout my life, one that my entire family has shared. They’re too important to sit idly by hoping that someone else will protect them and that’s especially true in Harris County, where our way of life has been under attack. I’m running for Harris County Judge to restore our way of life.

ALEXANDRA del MORAL MEALER FOR HARRIS COUNTY JUDGE

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ALEXANDRAMEALER.COM “VISIT MY WEBSITE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ME.” - ALEX

“DON’T FORGET TO EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022.”


“EVERYONE’S WELCOME TO JOIN THE MOVEMENT.”


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“A FAIR & IMPARTIAL CIVIL COURT JUDGE.”

“Freedom to me is the ability to walk in the calling God has destined for my life. I do not take for granted the trials nor the triumphs.” - JUDGE JERALYNN MANOR

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PUTTING MY EXPERIENCE TO WORK Jeralynn Manor was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her mother was a nurse, and her father, a career officer with the New Orleans Police Department. There he set the bar high for his daughter. He attained numerous awards and accommodations, including various achievements, such as becoming the first African American counter-sniper for the SWAT department and the first African American diver on the dive team. Manor’s hard work and high goal standards are certainly founded in her bloodline. Jeralynn Manor’s “service to all mankind” mantra and dedication to her craft is evidenced in her career achievements. Jeralynn studied philosophy at Xavier University in New Orleans before finishing her undergraduate studies in Administration of Justice at Texas Southern University. She went on to Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where she earned the American Juris Prudence Award in Bankruptcy under the tutelage of the Honorable Justice Manual Leal of the Southern District of Texas Bankruptcy Court. Jeralynn also and won 1st place in the Mock Trial competition. In 2001 Manor earned her Juris Doctorate and became a licensed attorney by the Texas Supreme Court. In her 18 plus years of practicing law, attorney Jeralynn Manor has worked in several areas. She concentrated her early career as a closing attorney for 3 major title companies. In this area practice, Jeralynn played an integral role in helping thousands of Texans achieve the dream of home-ownership. Jeralynn Manor currently practices in the areas of Personal Injury, Mass Tort, Civil Rights, Immigration and, Employment Law. Attorney Jeralynn Manor is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Pro Bono College of the Texas State Bar, and a member of the Champions of Justice Society of the Texas Equal Access to Justice. Jeralynn is also an NAACP- Life Member and has been in leadership roles with Boy Scouts of America as Den Mother to her son’s pack. She is also on the board of directors of The Black Heritage Society/Original MLK Parade Foundation. Jeralynn Manor enjoys being a mother to her three children Taft (17), Rogdrick (13), and Brooklynn (7). Jeralynn Manor instills into her children the same values of hard work, dedication, service to all mankind, and love, passed on to her by her father, the late Sgt. Jerome M. Dupre.

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Judge Jeralynn Manor will be up for re-election in 2024.


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Native Houstonian Chris Daniel was elected Harris County District Clerk on Nov. 2, 2010 and took the oath of office on Jan. 1. He was reelected in November 2014 to another term. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Chris earned his degree in mechanical engineering. As an engineer, Chris designed oilfield tool and management projects and served as Project Manager in the Tubing Division and Research Project Manager in the Drill Pipe Division of National Oilwell Varco. In November of 2006, Chris became one of the youngest elected officials in the state of Texas when he defeated the Board Chair of Lone Star College System. During his time there, Chris spearheaded the Student Success Initiative and served as student liaison to the Board, helping bring textbooks online and helping the college expand to more than 60,000 full time students. In that time, the college grew to be the second largest in Texas. Chris attended Night Law School at the South Texas

College of Law, where he became involved in Intellectual Property and Patent Law and served as Nighttime Student Senator and Senior Student Senator of Student Government. Chris volunteers for Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Houston Food Bank, Target Hunger and Rotary. He is an Eagle Scout, a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and a member of the Gatekeeper and the Lamb and Goat Auction committees. He loves to travel and has visited more than 14 countries. Chris is married to Jennifer Barber Daniel, and they have a son, John Daniel, and a daughter, Amanda Daniel. The Daniels live in Houston and are active members at Second Baptist Church.

A FAMILY MAN. FORMER HARRIS COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK AND LYNDON B. ROSE FORMER CO-CAPTAIN OF THE FIRST OF THREE “PHI SLAMA JAMA” TEAMS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON.

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Former Harris County Clerk Chris Daniel is on the 2022 Midterm Ballot.”


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Carmen

MARIA MONTIEL

18th Congressional District candidate persevering odds to win

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Same Party Different Names is How Some Voters View Republicans, Democrats BY GLADYS HOUSE

Carmen Maria Montiel is a candidate for the 18th Congressional District that includes heritage Freedman’s Town/Fourth Ward in Houston, Texas. Montiel says she’s in the race to win for the people because there has not been any good representation since the present opposing candidate took office in 1995. When asking younger voters about voting, most said they no longer partake in voting because of no representation of the people and the overwhelming criminal activity ongoing in elected office. “They push voting but not our community issues,” said one young woman. But Montiel is from a family of hard times and wants to see improvement for all the people in her district.

Venezuela-born businesswoman will do door-to-door in heritage Freedman’s Town during the weekend to answer questions of voters before the Nov. 8, 2022 election. Montiel may be contacted via email at carmen@CarmenforCongress.com or cell at 832-540-4800. All candidates for this race had been asked to meet in Freedman’s Town and share their platforms to residents and voters. Montiel is the only one who showed. Sheila Jackson-Lee has been putting off meeting here in Freedman’s Town the past years and still no meeting to date.

Why do elected officials push voting and not issues?

Accountability is absent in the Moorish American communities in Houston, Texas. Take any elected office locally, state and federal and there is no corrective action in resolving disparities of all sorts burdening these areas. How interesting that all those elected officials/employees push the same deadbeat agenda of voting as if it is the answer-all to the blatant community, economic and social development issues. Unfortunately, Moors merely allow those who are in office to harm them, stay in office, and in some instances, be elected to another office. Town hall meetings seldom occur but when they do, they are insulting and treat voters in attendance as if they are children by having them complete a card instead of giving the live mic to pose their concerns. There are some voters who feel skipping over a deadbeat politician’s name on the ballot and not voting at all, but that blank vote favors the incumbent and keeps him/her in office. Make your vote count and fire those elected employees who have failed you.

“CARMEN IS A FIGHTER AND A WINNER,” AND A PROUD REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR U.s. CONGRESS IN TEXAS CD-18.


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“FREEDOM FROM CRIME, CORRUPTION AND CRONYISM ELECTION.”

Let your Beliefs and your Votes be the same:

If you believe in protecting the CONSTITUTION AND BILL of RIGHTS. If you believe in a BALANCED BUDGET If you believe in TERM LIMITs for 8 years If you believe in PROTECTING LIFE inside and outside the womb. If you believe in the AMERICAN DREAM – helping with education and job training no handouts. If you believe we need to return to our TRADITIONAL, BIBLICAL, Judeo-Christian VALUES If you believe in LEGAL IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTING OUR BORDERS to ensure the security of our nation.

ELECTION DAY: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022

EARLY VOTING WILL BEGIN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2022, AND END ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2022


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Recover America has remained active throughout the COVID lockdown, conducting dozens of Zoom Calls with outstanding Christian Leaders which you can access on this site and which remain very informative and relevant. Dr. Scarborough also launched his very successful podcast through Charisma Ministries working with his longtime friend who is the Owner and Founder, Mr. Steve Strang. These two men illustrate that Christians from differing faith backgrounds can find common ground at the foot of the cross and work together to advance the Kingdom. Dr. Scarborough often says: “I am very proud of my Southern Baptist roots. I was provided an excellent Theological education at virtually no cost due to the kindness and generosity of millions of Southern Baptist Christians, but I learned a long time ago that God is big-

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ger than our tags. If you go to Heaven, your tag will drop off. If you go to hell, your tag will burn off! One way or another they will all come off and the important thing is knowing that you know Jesus.” Recover America is a nondenominational ministry, with Board Members representing both Charismatic and nonCharismatic churches, united in

their commitment to call believers from every faith persuasion who love God and love America to join us in our mission to take Jesus into the civil arena and provide Biblical solutions to practical problems. We believe the Bible speaks to every area of life and that Pastors are the key to a Third Great Awakening. Dr. Scarborough’s podcast is appropriately called, Mixing Church and State God’s Way. The success of the podcast has been very gratifying, with over 100,000 downloads in the first twelve months making it one of the most popular podcasts in the Charisma family of over 300 podcasters. We have regular subscribers from around the world including Russia, Canada and Mongolia. He has also written several new eBooks while working from his home, which you can access on the RAN site. If you sign up for his weekly podcast you will automatically receive your gift copy of the eBook, Mixing Church

and State God’s Way. On May 10, 2021, Mr. Hunter Kelly joined the Recover America Now Team as Vice President, leading the Communications and Social Media team and the Millennial Outreach efforts. Dr. and Mrs. Scarborough met and became acquainted with Hunter in Washington DC while facilitating Bible studies with members of Congress and other governmental leaders. At the time, Hunter was working for Senator Tim Scott as a member of his Legislative team. Hunter later joined the staff of Senator Josh Hawley, serving on his Communications team. He brings a rich resumé of practical experience as well as a deep commitment to Christ. Dr. Scarborough recently spoke to our financial partners and commented that Hunter will enable us to reach a whole new generation of activists who love our Lord and our country.

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It was through the hard work of a number of dedicated African American men and women that the earliest foundations of the Republican Party of Texas were laid. The first-ever state Republican convention that met in Houston on July 4, 1867 was predominantly African American in composition, with about 150 African American Texans attending, and 20 Anglos. The second State GOP Chairman, Norris Wright Cuney, an African-American from Galveston who led the Republican Party from 1883 to 1897, is said by State historians to have held “the most important political position given to a black man of the South in the nineteenth century.”

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We need someone FIERCE, vote PIERCE on Nov. 8TH. Juris Doctorate Degree Over 30 Years of Criminal Justice experience as a Prosecutor, Defense Attorney, and Police Officer Police supervisor and Investigator Team Prosecutor of the year 2019 Humble ISD Education Foundation Committee for 3 years Member of Kingwood Area Republican Women’s Organization

Ethical and Trustworthy Committed to protecting all citizens Will follow the law and legal precedent Will be accountable to voters Will seek Justice Married for over 20 years, and helped raise two wonderful young men Enjoys tennis, outdoor activities, spending time with family and friends.

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igation Management Association and a current adjunct professor at South Texas College of Law Houston. Fred regularly participates in the Houston Bar Association’s “Teach Texas” program, and serves on the finance and legal committees for the Harris County Republican Party. Fred has been married to Lee Shuchart, an attorney, for 30 years and they have 2 children. Emily, an A&M graduate, is currently teaching science in the Spring Branch Independent School District after having spent a year teaching English in Israel. Stephen, a former student representative on the Texas A&M system’s Board of Regents, is currently in his third year of law school at Fred’s alma mater, Duke University.


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EXPERIENCE MATTERS... Education:

B.S. International Trade, Texas Tech University – 1988 B.A. History and Political Science, Texas Tech University – 1988 M.B.A. University of Texas at San Antonio – 1989 J.D. University of Houston – 1993

Admitted to practice:

State Bar of Texas – 1994 Federal Court: Southern District of Texas – 1994 Board Certification, Family Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization – 2001

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3/2006 to present: Law Office of Daniel J. Lemkuil, Houston, Texas; practice devoted to family law 5/2000 to 3/2006: Associate Judge, 310th Family District Court, Harris County, Texas 5/1994 to 5/2000: Law Office of Daniel J. Lemkuil, Houston, Texas; practice devoted to family and criminal law

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About Jack Morman

Deer Park native Jack Morman, who served two terms as Harris County Precinct Two Commissioner, is running to regain his seat on Commissioners Court in the Nov. 8th General Election. As the most capable candidate on the ballot, Morman will rebuild a conservative majority on the County’s governing board that will restore fiscal sanity for taxpayers. Morman will always back law enforcement and respect crime victims. He will not defund police.

Morman, a husband and a father of two, was elected Precinct 2 Commissioner in 2010 in a historic election. He was re-elected without opposition to a second term in 2014. He was later narrowly defeated for a third term by the liberal anti-law enforcement Democrat in 2018. As a member of Commissioners Court, Morman led Precinct 2 operations, which then included more than 380 employees, 50 parks, 17 community centers, and more than 1,300 miles of roads.

vised operations at the Lynchburg Ferry and Washburn Tunnel – jobs his successor quickly turned over to others.

Morman pushed for a businessfriendly environment and aggressive economic development in his precinct and, as liberals pushed back, he also successfully led the fight to increase pay for Harris County law enforcement officers in 2018.

Morman never voted to increase property taxes and instead looked for ways to improve the quality of life in his precinct by partnering with state, federal and local leaders to improve flood control and transportation.

Law School and had a private law practice before winning his first election in 2010.

After leaving office in 2019, Morman continued his public service career on the staff of Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle – a post he left to run his campaign and resume the practice of law. Morman and his wife, Andi, were high school sweethearts. Like her husband, Andi is also a Deer Park native. She is a teacher and the couple have two children – daughter Jordan and son Trey.

Unlike the litigious liberal who followed him into office, Morman would never turn down help or put billions of dollars of public transportation funds at risk by alienating state transportation leaders trying to improve local highways for hardworking families.

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key positions. Congressman Al Green was elected to congress back in 2005, and hasn’t really done anything to warrant the loyalty we’ve given him. In case you don’t know, the 9th Congressional District includes most of South West Houston, part of Fort Bend County, and almost all of Missouri City, Texas.

Our friend Jimmy L. Leon is a “STATESMAN” and a retired Educator, Veterans Advocate, and Co-Founder of the Network of Mexican American Inventors and Entrepreneurs. Jimmy is also a Rotary International Award Winning Rotarian, Concerned Veterans for America-Elite Member, LULAC Life Member, Original Barrio Boys Member, Gathering of Ea-

gles Member, American Legion Post Chaplain Emeritus, Phi Beta SigmaGraduate Chapter Honorary Member, Texas Parks & Wildlife Life Member, and NRA Distinguished Member. That being said, I’m asking you to make it our business to support Jimmy L. Leon on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in the race for the 9th Congressional District of Texas.

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The time has come for Congressman Al Green to go has arrived. We can’t continue to allow these “DONOTHING” politicians to continue to remain in office for 20 years, 30 years, 40 years, and 50 years and not have anything substantive to show for the time they’ve been allowed to remain in

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“LET’S FREELY VOTE FOR TREVER NEHLS.” established by a constitution or defended by men and women in uniform. Instead, in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, the local populace has no freedom outside of what Al-Qaeda or the Taliban arbitrarily decides. The brutality of how the Taliban subjugate the Afghan people is truly horrific – that’s why you saw Afghan citizens desperately clinging to the landing gear of airplanes as they took off from the tarmac. The Afghan people knew what it meant when America left: the little freedom they once enjoyed would be gone and they’d now be subjugated to the brutal, dictatorial rule of the Taliban. My Afghanistan interpreter, Agha, was able to get out before the Taliban assumed control – something we worked on for years after I returned to the states from my deployment there. Agha is now living in Texas and is employed full time with a national trucking and logistics company. He couldn’t be happier and more grateful to be living in a

As every American should know and never forget: Freedom isn’t free. The ability in our day to day lives to live as we see fit in the world’s most prosperous country is a consequence of the sacrifices of countless men and women who have sacrificed their lives defending America. The United States Constitution explicitly establishes our freedoms. The freedom to speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press and many others are integral to the unique American freedom we enjoy; however, the Constitution and the freedoms spelled out therein are little more than words and ideas without someone to defend them. As a retired US Army Colonel, who served 33 years defending our Constitution, I know firsthand the sacrifices our men and women make on a daily basis to ensure our homeland is secure and Americans are able to enjoy their Constitutional freedoms. For many people outside of America, freedom isn’t

country where his freedom is established by the Constitution and defended by our men and women in uniform. As Americans, we so often take for granted the blanket of freedom our Constitution and nation’s military provides. But we can always be reminded when we look to our nation’s veterans to share stories of the sacrifices they’ve endured and made to defend our freedom. I hope the millions of Americans celebrating July 4th this weekend will reflect on and honor the sacrifices our military men and women have made so that we have something to celebrate on July 4th; and I hope they express pride to be living in the most free and prosperous country on Earth – a country which protects our endowed freedoms and liberties from those who would do it harm. That’s what freedom means to me and millions of Americans who’ve served this country and honor its foundation, and I pray we never forget it.

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About Trever

Trever Nehls has dedicated his life to service. At the age of 19, he enlisted in the US Army National Guard. He was deployed to defend our freedom in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait, and commanded troops at the company, battalion and brigade level. Trever is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College, the Joint Forces Staff College and the Command and General Staff College. This past August, he retired with the rank of Colonel after 33 years of dedicated service. He is a decorated combat veteran, most notably the recipient of three Bronze Star medals. While not deployed, Trever served his local community at home as a law enforcement professional.

In 1993, Trever began his Texas law enforcement service with the Sugar Land Police Department, serving in various roles until he was elected as Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable in 2012. He served two four-year terms as Constable

of Fort Bend County Precinct 4. During his tenure as Constable, Trever cut unnecessary waste, instituted body cameras for all his deputies, and kept our communities safe. He also waded through waist deep flood waters during Hurricane Harvey to rescue dozens of people and pets. Trever comes from a long line of military and law enforcement family professionals. His father, Edwin Nehls, served with the U.S. Army in Korea and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, our nation’s second highest medal for heroic actions for his bravery in hand to hand and small arms combat exchanges in Pau-gol Korea. Following military service, Edwin joined the Dodge County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office, where he became the elected Sheriff. Trever’s older brother, Todd Nehls, also served in the U.S. Army for over 36 years retiring with the rank of Colonel. Todd also served with the Dodge County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office and also served as the elected Sheriff. Trever’s twin brother, Troy Nehls, served the U.S. Army with 21 years of admirable service, retiring as a Major. Troy later served as the Sheriff of Fort Bend County, Texas. Currently, Troy serves as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressional District 22. Combined they have over 100 years of law enforcement service and over 90 years of military service. Today, Trever is the President of a Fort Bend County based biotechnology company. He will take his experience in the public and private sectors to make Fort Bend County government efficient and effective. He’s 100% pro-business and believes taxes and spending is out of control and would work to cut the waste to reduce the

tax burden on Fort Bend County residents. Outside of his professional life, Trever is engaged in numerous community service organizations such as the Exchange Club and Rotary Club. Trever is also a life member of the VFW Post 3903 in Rosenberg. He and his wife Kerri are raising their three children Madison, Wyatt, and Parker here in Fort Bend County. Trever and his family are active members of Grand Parkway Baptist Church. They have four dogs named Charlie, Duke, Cookie and Champ.

ISSUES Business

Trever Nehls is the President of a Fort Bend County based biotechnology company. As President he oversees the business’s employees, budget, international

and domestic sales, and research & development. Trever strongly believes government should support small businesses as they are the lifeblood of our economy. He is 100% pro-business and would put his experience to work to make Fort Bend County the best county to do business in the state of Texas, by working directly with business to streamline burdensome government regulation and processes.

Spending/Taxes

As the former Precinct 4 Constable, Trever Nehls has firsthand experience running a county office and dealing with the budgeting process and Commissioner’s

Court. He’s seen the waste and overspending for years by our county government, and if elected County Judge will find and cut unnecessary spending and lower the tax burden on all Fort Bend residents.

Crime/Safety

As the former Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable and someone who served over 30 years in law enforcement, Trever knows what it takes to make Fort Bend County safe. Fort Bend County has seen an increase in crime over the last year and our county leadership is doing nothing to combat it. As County Judge, Tr-

ever will use his decades of law enforcement experience to work with law enforcement partners throughout Fort Bend County to make sure they have the staffing and resources they need to keep the streets of Fort Bend County safe.

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