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Governor of Texas Greg Abbott - Republican Party Wendy R. Davis - Democratic Party Kathie Glass - Libertarian Party Brandon Parmer - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Governor of Texas went to Republican Greg Abbott. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Wendy Davis. The Texas Home Abbott School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Greg Abbott. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Greg Abbott. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Wendy Davis. The Houston Police Officers’ Union (HPOU) endorsement went to Republican Greg Abbott. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Greg Abbott (R) is the best candidate for independent, undecided and open-minded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Lieutenant Governor of Texas Dan Patrick - Republican Party Leticia Van de Putte - Democratic Party Robert D. Butler - Libertarian Party Chandrakantha Courtney - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Lieutenant Governor of Texas went to Republican Dan Patrick. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Leticia Van de Putte. Van de Putte The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Dan Patrick. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Dan Patrick. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Leticia Van de Putte. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Leticia Van de Putte (D) is the best candidate for independent, undecided and open-minded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton - Republican Party Sam Houston - Democratic Party Jamie Balagia - Libertarian Party Jamar Osborne - Green Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Democrat Sam Houston won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (642) votes. Republican Ken Paxton finished second with

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(486) votes. Libertarian Jamie Balagia finished third with (118) votes. And the Green Party candidate Jamar Osborne finished fourth with (10) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race Houston for Attorney General of Texas went to Republican Ken Paxton. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Sam Houston. The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Ken Paxton. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Ken Paxton. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Sam Houston. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Sam Houston (D) is the best candidate for independent, undecided and open-minded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar - Republican Party Mike Collier - Democratic Party Ben Sanders - Libertarian Party Deb Shafto - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Hegar Comptroller of Public Accounts went to Republican Glenn Hegar. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Mike Collier. The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Glenn Hegar. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Glenn Hegar. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Mike Collier. The Houston Police Officers’ Union (HPOU) endorsement went to Republican Glenn Hegar. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Glenn Hegar (R) is the best candidate for independent, undecided and open-minded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Commissioner of the General Land Office for the State of Texas George P. Bush - Republican Party John Cook - Democratic Party Justin Knight - Libertarian Party Valerie Alessi - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Bush Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Commissioner of the General Land Office went to Republican George P. Bush. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat John Cook. The Hous-

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2014 Early Voting Election Handbook  

This edition of Houston Business Connections Magazine is for voters in Harris County who are not voting a straight ticket. This magazine is...

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