Early Voting for the Tuesday, March 5, 2024 Primaries Will Begin on March 5, 2024

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“RE-ELECT JUDGE CHERYL ELLIOTT THORNTON - 164TH DISTRICT COURT - HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS”

BRAZORIA COUNTY

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“Pearland, Texas Mayor Kevin Cole, and his wife Lisa encourages all Brazoria County voters to vote on Super Tuesday - Tuesday, March 5, 2024.”

“Businessman Fred Taylor encourages all Fort Bend County voters to vote in the Democratic Party Primary on Super Tuesday - March 5, 2024.”

“Constable Herschel Smith encourages all Waller County voters to vote in the Democratic Party Primary on Super Tuesday - March 5, 2024.”

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“HUDSPETH IS A KEEPER.”

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - “THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2024 - FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2024.”

“OUR COUNTY CLERK IS THE BEST.”

GROUND ZERO: James Johnson, better known as “BIG JIM” and Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper at a press conference hosted at NRG Stadium by Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth.

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AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

I must admit, Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth was worth her weight in gold back during the 2023, City of Houston Mayoral Election. I mean, Hudspeth took the hand she was dealt and performed masterfully during the general election (Tuesday, November 7, 2023), and during the runoff election (Saturday, December 9, 2023), under a tremendous amount of pressure, and unprecedented scrutiny by the state of Texas. Words can’t express how proud I am of the magnificent job Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth did in getting the numbers right, and in on time during both elections. Hudspeth is the real deal, and her experience, honesty, leadership and intestinal fortitude is something that’s very-much need right now in Harris County. All of that being said, I am asking all of my readers to keep Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth in your thoughts and prayers as God’s plan for her and our beloved Harris County, continues to unfold.

Don’t forget that “EARLY VOTING” for the upcoming Tuesday, March 5, 2024, Democratic Party Primary and Republican Party Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, and end on March 1, 2024.

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GROUND ZERO: State Senator John Whitmire was able to defeat Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee in all phases of the game by building a diverse coalition of Houstonians from all walks of life and political affiliations back on Saturday, December 9, 2023.

“AMANDA COULD DEFEAT SHEILA BY 20% PERCENTAGE POINTS OR MORE WITH THE RIGHT STRATEGY.” AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©

Former City of Houston Councilwoman Amanda Edwards can overwhelmingly defeat Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee if she takes the following five steps to hold Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, and her dirty campaign manager (Gerald Womack) in check. STEP ONE: Amanda Edwards must closely monitor the “ABSENTEE MAIL BALLOT” daily flow as they’re being reported by Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth between Tuesday, February 20, 2024, and Friday, March 1, 2024. STEP TWO: Amanda Edwards must place her own “POLL WATCHERS” inside of every predominantly Black “EARLY VOTING LOCATION” from the time they open, until the time they close.

STEP THREE: Amanda Edwards must place members of her “CAMPAIGN TEAM” outside of every “EARLY VOTING LOCATION” inside the 18th Congressional District to count the number of voters going in and out from the time the polls open until the time the polls close. STEP FOUR: Amanda Edwards must compare the “NIGHTLY RETURNS” provided by Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth to the number of in-person voters counted by her team members during every day of the early voting period. STEP FIVE: Amanda Edwards must be willing and prepared to report any “REALTIME IRREGULARITIES” of more than 200 in-person voters to Texas Secretary of State (Jane Nelson), if they occur.

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LIVING LEGENDS: Businessman Harley Brown (far left), Businessman and former prize fighter Eric Carr (second from left), Thomas Hearns, best known as Tommy "The Hitman", Hearns won world titles in five weight divisions: welterweight, light middleweight, middleweight, super middleweight and light heavyweight. Ray Charles Leonard (far right), best known as "Sugar" Ray Leonard, won world titles in five weight classes; the lineal championship in three weight classes;[3] as well as the undisputed welterweight championship.

“LIVING LEGENDS YOU SHOULD KNOW.”

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ON THE MOVE: "As an amateur prizefighter, Eric Carr racked up 56 wins with only 6 losses. And along the way spared with the likes of Tommy "Hit Man" Hearns, the former WBC Continental Middleweight Champion Kid Fire Parks, and 1984 Olympic medal winner Frank Tate, who went on to win a World Middleweight Championship."

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“Businessman Eric Carr, the owner of E&E Construction does a lot of good for a lot of people in the Houston area, and beyond. “He’s giving us mercy,” said Pastor Boudreaux, in a Fox 26 News Report, speaking of Mr. Carr. “Not just mercy but professional work,” he said. And he is right, Mr. Eric Carr takes great pride in the work he does, and E&E Construction Company is a great company to call for any of your general construction, home building, or home demolition needs.” - AUBREY R. TAYLOR, publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper.


“JERALYNN MANOR.”

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“Since becoming the presiding judge for the 80th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas, Judge Jeralynn Manor, has done an exemplary job serving the people as a minister of justice. She deserves a second term and should be reelected to this bench in the upcoming 2024 Presidential election.” — AUBREY R. TAYLOR, publisher/investigative reporter.

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. Manor’s “service to all mankind” mantra and dedication to her craft is evidenced in her career achievements. Manor 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 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 17-plus years of practicing law, Attorney Manor has worked in several areas. She concentrated her early career as a fee attorney for 3 major title companies. Throughout her fee attorney and escrow practice, Manor closed and played an integral role in helping thousands of Texas to achieve home ownership. Judge Manor resides in Houston, where she raises her children and continues serving the community on and off the bench.

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Judge Jeralynn Manor is up for reelection on November 5, 2024. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2024 DEMOCRATIC PARTY PRIMARY POL. AD PAID FOR BY JERALYNN C. MANOR CAMPAIGN, NATALIA CRUZ, TREASURER.

EARLY VOTING BEGINS: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2024, AND ENDS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2024.


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“JUDGE GARCIA CARES ABOUT OUR FUTURE.”

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Judge Israel B. García, Jr. was born and raised in Austin, Texas. His father was an emigrant from Mexico who became a United States citizen when Judge García was 10 years old. This remains a very proud moment for the García Family. Judge García's mother was born and raised in Austin, Texas.

Judge García attended public schools and attended The University of Texas at Austin where he majored in Government and earned his Bachelor's Degree. Upon graduation, Judge García attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate. Judge García was the first member of his family to graduate from a University and obtain a professional license. Judge García began his legal career as a sole practitioner with offices in Austin, Dallas and Houston. Judge García has worked on cases ranging from traffic tickets, divorces, commercial litigation, criminal cases and serious personal injury cases. For over 28 years as a practicing Attorney, Judge García has been a true general practitioner. Judge García is active in several community groups and civic clubs, including serving as legal counsel to LULAC Council 402. LULAC Council 402 is known as the "Education" Council and has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving Harris County area students. Assisting young students and working with children remains a passion of Judge García. Judge García ran as a first-time candidate for and was elected as Justice of the Peace Precinct 5, Place 1 in the 2020 Presidential election. Judge García focus will be on providing 21st Century customer service to the citizens of Harris County through state-of-the-art technology and a highly experienced staff to deliver the best possible service in a timely and efficient manner. 2,400 years ago, Socrates aptly described the essential qualities of a good judge: "Four things belong to a judge: To hear courteously; to answer wisely; to consider soberly; and to decide impartially." These words remain as true today as they were when Socrates first spoke them. Judge García will strive daily to employ these ideals.

JUDGE ISRAEL GARCIA is a true public servant who must be reelected. He frequently volunteers his time with legal and community organizations he belongs to and speaks to students of all ages about topics ranging from the importance of obtaining a higher education, volunteering in the community and career day among other topics.

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Judge Israel Garcia will be up for re-election in 2024.

TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2024 DEMOCRATIC PARTY PRIMARY

EARLY VOTING BEGINS: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2024, AND ENDS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2024.

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“JUDGE GARCIA IS A GAME-CHANGER.”

JUDGE ISRAEL GARCIA with Houston Fire Chief Samuel Peña, Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher, and HPD Chief Troy Finner join forces at the march against crime in Houston, Texas.

JUDGE ISRAEL GARCIA is a true public servant and fully supports the community he’s been elected to serve as the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 5, Place 1, in Harris County.

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JUDGE ISRAEL GARCIA deeply cares about our leaders of tomorrow. The “LEADING LADIES AND GENTLEMEN” you see in the photos above are getting ready to graduate and go to college. Judge Garcia, spends countless hours volunteering and mentoring students of all ages about topics ranging from the importance of obtaining a higher education, and volunteering in their community.


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“MAYOR

KEVIN COLE.”

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A PASSION FOR LOCAL POLITICS Kevin’s passion for being involved in the local politics started in 1992. Kevin was appointed to the City of Pearland Planning & Zoning Commission in 1994. Kevin then ran for City Council in 1995 and was successful. He served a single term to 1998. Kevin will tell you his biggest accomplishment while on Council was being a part of a Council that secured long-term water rights for the City. Kevin made the decision to run for City Council again in 2004 and was elected. He served 2 terms ending in May 2010. Kevin had several major accomplishments during this time. Cowart’s Creek diversion project was an item he ran on and was able to make it a part of the 2007 bond program. Today, it is complete and will help a large area of the City’s drainage. The Lower Kirby area has developed because the Council made the decision to focus on a market-based approach to the area. Kevin was able to utilize the skills as a real estate developer and help lead the Council to perform a market analysis followed by a market-based land plan. This led to rezoning the area based on the market and the Lower Kirby area finally took off. The City had become the de facto developer in that area by putting in the infrastructure, but the zoning really was difficult to deal with. So the City needed to act like a developer in performing this. The City was successful in the 2007 bond program election. This was the largest program in the City’s history and covered roads, drainage, fire stations, parks, and the natatorium/rec center. When the real estate economy collapsed in Sept 2008, parts of the bond program were able to be implemented quicker. Several roads were moved up to take advantage of better pricing. He was elected Mayor of Pearland on November 3, 2020.

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Early Support for the GOP

African Americans were one group of Texans that would consistently support the Republican Party in Texas in their early years. In fact, throughout Reconstruction, African Americans comprised about 90% of GOP membership, and 44 African Americans served in the Texas legislature as Republicans according to: www.texasgop.org

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.

Pastor Willie Davis HCRP - Chaplain Councilman - At-Large Position #2

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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✔ RYAN L. BINKLEY ✔ CHRIS CHRISTIE ✔ RON DESANTIS ✔ NIKKI HALEY ✔ ASA HUTCHINSON ✔ VIVEK RAMASWAMY ✔ DAVID STUCKENBERG ✔ DONALD J. TRUMP

U. S. SENATOR

✔ TED CRUZ ✔ HOLLAND "REDD" GIBSON ✔ R.E. (RUFUS) LOPEZ

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 7 ✔ CAROLYN B. BRYANT ✔ TINA BLUM COHEN ✔ CAROLINE KANE ✔ KENNETH OMORUYI

“SUPER TUESDAY.”

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CONTESTED “SUPER TUESDAY” REPUBLICAN PRIMARY RACES FOR HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 10

RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ✔ CHRISTIE CLARK ✔ CHRIS CORNER ✔ CHRISTI CRADDICK ✔ COREY HOWELL ✔ JAMES "JIM" MATLOCK ✔ PETRA REYES

✔ JARED B. LOVELACE ✔ MICHAEL T. MCCAUL

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 18

✔ JOHN DEVINE ✔ BRIAN WALKER

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 29

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 36

✔ SHARON KELLER ✔ DAVID J. SCHENK

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 128

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JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 7

✔ TONYA MCLAUGHLIN ✔ STEVE ROGERS

✔ BRISCOE CAIN ✔ BIANCA GRACIA

✔ GLENN COWAN ✔ JOE DANNA ✔ PAUL DAY ✔ MIKE KNOX

✔ MANO DEAYALA ✔ JOHN PEREZ

✔ STEVE RADACK ✔ MIKE WOLFE

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 133

PRESIDING JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS

✔ JOSE CASARES ✔ ANGEL FIERRO ✔ CHRISTIAN V. GARCIA ✔ ALAN GARZA

JUSTICE, 14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 4

✔ LEE FINLEY ✔ MICHELLE SLAUGHTER

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 4

✔ LANA CENTONZE ✔ AARON HERMES

JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 8

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 138

COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR - COLLECTOR HARRIS COUNTY - JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 5, PLACE 1

ELECTION DAY: TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2024 ✔ BRIAN BABIN ✔ JONATHAN "PIPELINER" MITCHELL

✔ BARBARA PARKER HERVEY ✔ GINA PARKER

✔ LACEY HULL ✔ JARED WOODFILL

✔ ARLENE HECHT ✔ JAMES LOMBARDINO

THE CONTESTED RACE FOR HARRIS COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIRMAN

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Years Of Litigation In Harris County Through State And Federal Courts Total Cases Resolved During Career As Judge In Harris County

“Growing up in San Antonio, my parents instilled in me two valuable lessons, ones that I have carried with me through everything. From my father, I learned that every conversation starts with listening, and from my mother, the compassion to accept people as they are.” - Judge James Lombardino

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Judge Angela M. Lancelin is the presiding judge for the 245th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Angela M. Lancelin will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Angela Graves Harrington is the presiding judge for the 246th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Angela Graves Harrington will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Audrie Lawton Evans is the presiding judge for the County Civil Court at Law No. 1 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Audrie Lawton Evans will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Beverly D. Armstrong is the presiding judge for the 208th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Beverly D. Armstrong will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Damiane “Dianne” Curvey is the presiding judge for the 280th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Damiane “Dianne” Curvey will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Cheryl Elliott Thornton is the presiding judge for the 164th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Cheryl Elliott Thornton will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Brittanye Morris is the presiding judge for the 333rd Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Brittanye Morris will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Juanita Jackson is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 10 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Juanita Jackson will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge DaSean Jones is the presiding judge for the 180th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge DaSean Jones will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election. Judge Dawn Rogers is the presiding judge for the 334th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Dawn Rogers will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Elaine H. Palmer is the presiding judge for the 215th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Elaine H. Palmer will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Dedra Davis is the presiding judge for the 270th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Dedra Davis will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Genesis Draper is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 12 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Genesis Draper will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Darrell Jordan is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 16 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Darrell Jordan did not run for reelection. Attorney Juan J. Aguirre and Attorney Ashley Mayes Guice are the two Democrats who are seeking the "DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION" in the race for the Harris County Criminal Court at Law #16, on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, in Harris County, Texas.

Judge Germaine Tanner is the presiding judge for the 311th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Germaine Tanner will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Fredericka Phillips is the presiding judge for the 61st Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Fredericka Phillips will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

“Houston Business Connections Newspaper© would like to take this moment to thank all of the judges pictured on this page for their service to the people of Harris County, Texas. This “SPECIAL KEEPSAKE EDITION” is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications.”

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Judge Hazel B. Jones is the presiding judge for the 174th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Hazel Jones will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Joe Stephens is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3, Place 1, in Harris County, Texas. Judge Joe Stephens will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge LaShawn A. Williams is the presiding judge for the County Civil Court at Law No. 3 in Harris County, Texas. Judge LaShawn A. Williams will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Jeralynn Manor is the presiding judge for the 80th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Jeralynn Manor will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

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Judge Latosha Lewis Payne is the presiding judge for the 55th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Latosha Lewis Payne will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Lucia Bates is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3, Place 2, in Harris County, Texas. Judge Lucia Bates will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Michelle Moore is the presiding judge for the 314th Juvenile District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Michelle Moore will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com .Judge Lori Chambers Gray is the presiding judge for the 262nd Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Lori Chambers Gray will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Robert Johnson is up for re-election on November 5th.

Honorable Judge Robert Johnson JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS FOR ALL

“I would like to thank God, the great citizens of Harris County, my family, and friends for the opportunity to serve as judge in the 177th Criminal District Court. And I look forward to receiving your support in the 2024 Presidential Election on Tuesday, November 5, 2024, in the race for Judge, 177th Criminal District Court, in Harris County.”

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Judge Robert Johnson is the presiding judge for the 177th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Robert Johnson will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Nikita V. Harmon is the presiding judge for the 176th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Nikita V. Harmon will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Sandra J. Peake is the presiding judge for the 257th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Sandra J. Peake will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Ramona Franklin is the presiding judge for the 338th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Ramona Franklin will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

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Judge Sedrick T. Walker II is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 11 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Sedrick T. Walker II will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Sharon Burney is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 7, Place 2, in Harris County, Texas. Judge Sharon Burney will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Tamika “Tami” Craft is the presiding judge for the 189th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Tamika “Tami” Craft will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Shannon Baldwin is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 4 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Shannon Baldwin will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Toria J. Finch is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 9 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Toria J. Finch will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election. Judge Te'iva Bell is the presiding judge for the 339th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Te'iva Bell will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Ursula A. Hall is the presiding judge for the 165th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Ursula Hall will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com Judge Tonya Jones is the presiding judge for the County Criminal Court at Law No. 15 in Harris County, Texas. Judge Tonya Jones will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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Judge Katherine N. Thomas is the presiding judge for the 184th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Katherine N. Thomas will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Wanda Adams is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 7, Place 1, in Harris County, Texas. Judge Wanda Adams will be up for reelection in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Judge Linda Marie Dunson is the presiding judge for the 309th Family District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Linda Marie Dunson will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Veronica M. Nelson is the presiding judge for the 482nd Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Veronica M. Nelson will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

Judge Melissa M. Morris is the presiding judge for the 263rd Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. Judge Melissa M. Morris will be up for reelection in the 2026 Midterm Election.

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PRESIDENT

✔ JOSEPH R BIDEN JR ✔ CENK UYGUR ✔ MARIANNE WILLIAMSON ✔ GABRIEL A. CORNEJO ✔ DEAN PHILLIPS ✔ ARMANDO "MANDO" PEREZ-SERRATO ✔ FRANKIE LOZADA ✔ STAR LOCKE

UNITED STATES SENATOR

✔ MARK GONZALEZ ✔ CARL OSCAR SHERMAN ✔ MERI GOMEZ ✔ ROLAND GUTIERREZ ✔ COLIN ALLRED ✔ A. "ROBERT" HASSAN ✔ THIERRY TCHENKO ✔ HELI RODRIGUEZ PRILLIMAN ✔ STEVEN J. KEOUGH

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 7 ✔ LIZZIE FLETCHER ✔ PERVEZ AGWAN

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 18

RAILROAD COMMISSIONER JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 2 ✔ RANDY SAROSDY ✔ DASEAN JONES

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 6 ✔ JOE POOL ✔ BONNIE LEE GOLDSTEIN

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 7 ✔ MICHELLE GWINN ✔ NASIR H. MALIK

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 15 ✔ MICHELLE ANDERSON BONTON ✔ JARVIS D. JOHNSON ✔ ALBERTO "BETO" CARDENAS JR ✔ KARTHIK SOORA ✔ TODD LITTON ✔ MOLLY COOK

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 130

✔ MARQUETTE GREENE-SCOTT ✔ WAYNE RAASCH

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 131

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 22 U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 38

✔ MELISSA MCDONOUGH ✔ GION CHRISTOPHER THOMAS

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DEMOCRATS WHO STAY AT HOME ARE VOTING TO ELECT REPUBLICANS...

CONTESTED “SUPER TUESDAY” DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RACES FOR HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS

✔ KATHERINE CULBERT ✔ BILL BURCH

✔ ROBERT SLATER JR X - SHEILA JACKSON LEE ✔ AMANDA EDWARDS

✔ BRETT ROBINSON ✔ HENRY ARTURO

✔ ERIK WILSON ✔ JAMES GUILLORY II ✔ ALMA A. ALLEN

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 139

“SUPER TUESDAY.”

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - “THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2024 - FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2024.”

✔ ANGIE THIBODEAUX ✔ JERRY FORD SR ✔ MO JENKINS ✔ ROSALIND CAESAR ✔ CHARLENE WARD JOHNSON

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 142

✔ CLINT DAN HORN ✔ - HAROLD V. DUTTON JR ✔ DANYAHEL (DANNY) NORRIS ✔ JOYCE MARIE CHATMAN

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 146

✔ LAUREN ASHLEY SIMMONS ✔ ASHTON P. WOODS ✔ SHAWN NICOLE THIERRY

JUSTICE, 1ST COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 2 ✔ GORDON GOODMAN ✔ BRENDETTA SCOTT

JUSTICE, 1ST COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 8 ✔ YSIDRA "SISSY" KYLES ✔ RICHARD HIGHTOWER

JUSTICE, 1ST COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 9 ✔ AMBER BOYD-CORA ✔ PETER KELLY

JUSTICE, 14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 3 ✔ CHUCK SILVERMAN ✔ VELDA RENITA FAULKNER ✔ MARK RITCHIE ✔ JERRY ZIMMERER

JUSTICE, 14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 4 ✔ DEREK OBIALO ✔ CHARLES SPAIN

JUSTICE, 14TH COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 6

DISTRICT JUDGE, 125TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ KYLE CARTER ✔ ANDREA ZEPEDA ✔ LEMA MAY MOUSILLI

DISTRICT JUDGE, 127TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ R.K. SANDILL ✔ DENISE BROWN

DISTRICT JUDGE, 133RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ NICOLE PERDUE ✔ BRANDI JANELL-ESTELLE CROFFIE

DISTRICT JUDGE, 151ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ ERICA HUGHES ✔ MIKE ENGELHART

DISTRICT JUDGE, 152ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ ROBERT K SCHAFFER ✔ TAKASHA FRANCIS

DISTRICT JUDGE, 164TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

✔ CHERYL ELLIOTT THORNTON ✔ JOY DAWSON THOMAS

DISTRICT JUDGE, 165TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ JILL YAZIJI ✔ URSULA A. HALL

DISTRICT JUDGE, 333RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT

DISTRICT JUDGE, 338TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

✔ ALLISON JACKSON MATHIS ✔ RAMONA FRANKLIN

DISTRICT JUDGE, 486TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ✔ VIVIAN KING ✔ RODERICK RODGERS ✔ GEMAYEL "G" HAYNES

DISTRICT JUDGE, 507TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

✔ LILLIAN HENNY ALEXANDER ✔ JULIA MALDONADO

HARRIS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY ✔ KIM OGG ✔ SEAN TEARE

COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO. 16 ✔ JUAN J. AGUIRRE ✔ ASHLEY MAYES GUICE

PROBATE COURT NO. 5

✔ FRANSHENEKA "FRAN" WATSON ✔ CHAVON CARR ✔ TROY M. MOORE

COUNTY ATTORNEY

✔ UMEKA "UA" LEWIS ✔ CHRISTIAN D. MENEFEE

SHERIFF

✔ VERGIL RATLIFF ✔ JOE INOCENCIO ✔ DANA M. WOLFE ✔ ED GONZALEZ

COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR - COLLECTOR ✔ DESIREE BROADNAX ✔ ANNETTE RAMIREZ ✔ CLAUDE CUMMINGS III ✔ JERRY DAVIS ✔ DANIELLE KEYS BESS

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com ✔ MEAGAN HASSAN ✔ SARA PADUA CORDÚA

✔ BRITTANYE MORRIS ✔ TRACY D. GOOD

“It’s imperative that we make it our business to do our own research on candidates who are running for office. All warm-blooded Americans should be supporting duly-qualified candidates who believe in our United States Constitution and the laws that govern us as a FREE NATION as God’s plan for America continues to unfold.”

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VOTE EARLY FEB. 20TH THRU MAR. 1, 2024 HARRIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PLACE 3 ✔ JOSH WALLENSTEIN ✔ RICHARD CANTU

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 2, PLACE 1 ✔ OSCAR SALAZAR JR ✔ JO ANN DELGADO

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 1

✔ ALAN ROSEN ✔ GILBERTO "GIL" REYNA

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 2 ✔ JERRY GARCIA ✔ DAVID GARZA

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 3

✔ JOHN JAY "JP" PORTILLO ✔ SHERMAN EAGLETON

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 5

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 6 ✔ ART AGUILAR ✔ SILVIA TREVINO

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 7

✔ GARY HICKS ✔ MICHAEL COLEMAN ✔ JAMES "SMOKIE" PHILLIPS

HARRIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PLACE 6, PRECINCT 1 ✔ JOHN FITZGERALD ✔ RICHARD BONTON

DEMOCRATS WHO STAY AT HOME AND DO NOT GO TO THE POLLS TO VOTE ARE ACTUALLY CASTING THEIR VOTE TO ELECT REPUBLICANS CANDIDATES...

www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com ✔ JEROME MOORE ✔ DON QUANG DINH ✔ JERRY RODRIGUEZ ✔ WILLIAM GORMAN

AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “I totally agree with Commissioner Lesley Briones in her statement that Amanda Edwards has the vision, dedication and experience needed to move our entire communty forward so that we all can thrive.”

“It’s imperative that we make it our business to do our own research on candidates who are running for office. All warm-blooded Americans should be supporting duly-qualified candidates who believe in our United States Constitution and the laws that govern us as a FREE NATION as God’s plan for America continues to unfold.”

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www.aubreyrtaylor.blogspot.com AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “I am encouraging my readers to join Roy Douglas Malonson in supporting Amanda.”

AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “I am encouraging my readers to join Councilwoman Jackson in supporting Amanda.”

“It’s imperative that we make it our business to do our own research on candidates who are running for office. All warm-blooded Americans should be supporting duly-qualified candidates who believe in our United States Constitution and the laws that govern us as a FREE NATION as God’s plan for America continues to unfold.”

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VOTE TO RE-ELECT

HERSCHEL SMITH CONSTABLE PRECINCT 3

WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS

“2024 DEMOCRATIC PARTY PRIMARY.”

Three-Term Waller County Precinct #3 Constable (2013-Present) CEO of Miracles in Motion (Drug Treatment Rehab Facility — served hundreds of men and women (1980-2000) Owner, Holy Smoke BBQ Native of Waller County, Resident of PV Community Activist/Organizer(35-years)

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