We are creeping close to some critical dates in our ongoing battle to keep HERO here in H-town, and need to point them out.
October 5 is the last day to register to vote for the upcoming November 3 election. So if you haven’t registered to vote and wish to participate in the mayoral election and vote YES for Prop 1, then you need to bust a move and handle your electoral business.
The other critical date is October 19, which is the first day of early voting, and continue until Friday October 30.
I also had the delicious pleasure of watching karma kick HERO hatin’ mayoral candidate Ben Hall in the behind. The Harris County Republican Party finally threw this useful fool under the bus and stared calling him out not only for his previous HERO support, but being a sustaining Democratic Party member who has made large contributions to Democratic Party candidates
Couldn’t happen to a nicer sellout.
This is also the first TV commercial from Houston Unites, the umbrella coalition that is fighting to keep HERO in the Houston Code of Ordinances.
Nice commercial, but not enough to combat the toxic anti-trans rhetoric being pimped by the other side and is their only play to defeat HERO.
Last night I had the pleasure of being interviewed by local political blogger Charles Kuffner about mine and other Black SGL leaders concerns about the alarming lack of outreach to Houston’s Black media and lack of canvassing in Black neighborhoods that will probably decide this election
As soon as it’s posted on Off The Kuff, I’ll share it with you.