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ton Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican George P. Bush. PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: George P. Bush (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 Agriculture Sid Miller - Republican Party Jim Hogan - Democratic Party David (Rocky) Palmquist - Libertarian Party Kenneth Kendrick - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Commissioner of Agriculture went to Republican Sid Miller. The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Sid Miller. The HousMiller ton Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Sid Miller. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Sid Miller (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.

Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton - Republican Party Steve Brown - Democratic Party Mark A. Miller - Libertarian Party Martina Salinas - Green Party

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KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Texas Railroad Commissioner went to Republican Ryan Sitton. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Steve Brown. The Houston Sitton Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Ryan Sitton. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Steve Brown. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Ryan Sitton (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.

Chief Justice, Supreme Court Nathan Hecht - Republican Party William Moody - Democratic Party Tom Oxford - Libertarian Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Nathan Hecht won the Houston Bar Associ-

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ation 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (965) votes. Democrat William Moody finished second with (291) votes. And Libertarian Tom Oxford finished third with (118) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Chief Justice, Supreme Court went to Republican Nathan Hecht. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to DeHecht mocrat William Moody. The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Nathan Hecht. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Nathan Hecht. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Nathan Hecht (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.

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Justice, Supreme Court of Texas, Place 6, Unexpired Term Jeff Brown - Republican Party Lawrence Edward Meyers - Democratic Party Mark Ash - Libertarian Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Jeff Brown won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (1,021) votes. Democrat Lawrence Edward Myers finished second with (268) votes. And Libertarian Mark Ash finished third with (72) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, went to Republican Jeff Brown. The Texas Home School Association (THSA) endorsement went to Republican Jeff Brown. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Jeff Brown. Brown PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Jeff Brown (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.

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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7 Jeff Boyd - Republican Party Gina Benavides - Democratic Party Don Fulton - Libertarian Party Charles E. Waterbury - Green Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Jeff Boyd won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (533) votes. Democrat Gina Benavides finished second with (425) votes. Libertarian Don Fulton finished third with (31) votes. And the Green Party candidate Charles E. Waterbury finished fourth with (17) votes.

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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