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endorsement in the race for District Judge, 180th Judicial District went to Republican Catherine Evans. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Randy Roll. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorseEvans ment went to Republican Catherine Evans. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Randy Roll. The Houston Police Officers’ Union (HPOU) endorsement went to Republican Catherine Evans. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Catherine Evans (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.

District Judge, 182nd Judicial District Jeannine Barr - Republican Party

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SPECIAL NOTE: *Judge Jeannine Barr does not have an opponent challenging her Barr bid for re-election in the Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Midterm Election taking place in Harris County, Texas.

District Judge, 183rd Judicial District Vanessa Velasquez - Republican Party

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SPECIAL NOTE: *Judge Vanessa VeVelasquez lasquez does not have an opponent challenging her bid for re-election in the Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Midterm Election taking place in Harris County, Texas.

District Judge, 184th Judicial District Jan Krocker - Republican Party Mark Thering - Democratic Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Jan Krocker won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (506) votes. Democrat Mark Thering finished second with (333) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for District Judge, 184th Judicial District went to Republican Jan Krocker. The Houston Realty Business Coalition Krocker (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Jan Krocker. *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Jan Krocker (R) is the best

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candidate for independent, undecided and open-minded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

District Judge, 185th Judicial District Susan Brown - Republican Party Mack McInnis - Democratic Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Susan Brown won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (495) votes. Democrat Mack McInnis finished second with (358) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for District Judge, 185th Judicial District went to Republican Susan Brown. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Mack McInnis. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Susan Brown. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Mack McInnis. The Houston Police Officers’ Union (HPOU) endorsement went to Republican Susan Brown. Brown *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Susan 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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District Judge, 189th Judicial District Bill Burke - Republican Party Ursula A. Hall - Democratic Party SPECIAL NOTE: *Republican Bill Burke won the Houston Bar Association 2014 Judicial Preference Poll with (834) votes. Democrat Ursula A. Hall finished second with (349) votes. KEY ENDORSEMENTS: *The “C” Club of Houston endorsement in the race for District Judge, 189th Judicial District went to Republican Bill Burke. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council endorsement went to Democrat Ursula A.Hall. The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) endorsement went to Republican Bill Burke. The Houston GLBT Political Caucus endorsement went to Democrat Ursula A. Hall. The Houston Police Officers’ Union (HPOU) endorsement went to Republican Ursula A. Hall. Burke *PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE: Bill Burke (R) is the best candidate for independent, undecided and openminded voters who are not voting a straight-ticket in the Midterm Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

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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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