I'll be attending this event and I hope you will please consider doing the same.
Here are the details---
The Harris County Green Party will host a forum for its candidates on Monday, September 22, at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman St, Houston, from 7:00 -8:30 p.m.
Candidates on the November ballot for state and local offices will give remarks, take questions from the media, and meet and greet voters and interested guests. Some statewide candidates will also be available via Skype.
The most significant race for Harris County Greens is the contest for County Judge, where David Collins is the sole challenger to incumbent Republican Ed Emmett.
For more information on the event or other Harris County Green Party news, contact Laura Palmer at email@example.com or at 832-746-906
An important Green statewide candidacy in Texas is Kenneth Kendrick for Agriculture Commissioner. Neither the Republican or Democratic nominees for this position are competent to serve. Here is a race where the Green is easily the best option.
Here is the website of the Green Party of Texas.
Here is the website of the Green Party of the United States.
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