Monthly Archives: October 2014

New Leaders Council Houston Chapter Launches

You aren’t doing your job if you’re not thinking about engaging, mentoring, and supporting the people who will do it when you are gone. That’s why I’m on the Houston executive board for New Leaders Council. The mission: New Leaders … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things To Do in A Campaign’s Last Month and One Thing You Should Never Do

Twenty-eight days from today, counting today, will be election day. Early voting in Texas starts in 13 days. This is it. Don’t wait any longer to get involved. At this point, it is all about votes and voters. This will … Continue reading

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These Sneakers Were Made for Filibustering. And Block Walking.

There is only one way that Wendy Davis will beat Greg Abbott. Just one. She has to get more votes than he does. That’s the only way Leticia Van de Putte will beat Dan Patrick, too. More votes. And you only have one. … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, Bras, Republicans, Science, and Lies

A Houston Chronicle article reporting on yesterday’s Komen Race for the Cure™ starts with a quote containing a breast cancer myth: Joann Goodie and her friends huddled in the early morning by Sam Houston Park in downtown Saturday, waiting for this … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, Wendy Davis, and Greg Abbott

I saw thousands of Houstonians this morning lining up along Allen Parkway and into Sam Houston Park for the Komen Houston Race for the Cure.™ There was plenty of pink, and we all know that’s a pretty powerful color. If … Continue reading

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