Since one of the things I talk about on this blog is politics from a trans perspective, I do pay attention to what’s going on at the city, county, state, national and international level when it comes to what’s happening in the political world.
As a person who is also a writer and advocate, it’s also my job to know and pass that info on to you. I want people to be more informed voters when it’s time for you to head to the polls.
The early voting period starts October 21 and runs until November 2. Election Day for our Houston municipal election and the special Texas House elections will be on November 5
Speaking of voting, if you wish to participate in our upcoming Houston municipal election or the Texas House special elections, you’ll have until October 7 to register to vote in order to be eligible to do so.
Now that the basic information is out of the way, let’s get to the endorsements.
Mayor- Sylvester Turner
Controller- Chris Brown
District A- Iesheia Ayers Wilson
District B- Tarsha Jackson
District C- Shelley Kennedy
District D- Carla Brailey
District F- Anthony Nelson
District G- Crystal Pletka
District H- Isabel Longoria
District I- Robert Gallegos
District J- Sandra Rodriguez
District K- Martha Castex Tatum
At Large 1- Georgia Provost
At Large 2- David Robinson
At Large 3- Janaeya Carmouche
At Large 4- Dr. Letitia Plummer
At Large 5- Ashton P. Woods
Houston Community College System Trustee
District 1- Monica Flores Richart
District 2- Rhonda Skillern Jones
District II- Kathy Blueford Daniels
District III- Daniela Hernandez
District IV- Larry McKinzie
District VIII- Judith Cruz
Texas House Special Elections
HD-28 – Eliz Markowitz
HD-148- Penny Morales Shaw