Interview with Leticia Gutierrez Ablaza

Leticia Ablaza

Leticia Gutierrez Ablaza was a deadline day filer for Houston City Council in District I. A resident of Glenbrook Valley, she became politically involved during the fight over the historic preservation ordinance in that neighborhood. She has a degree in finance and has worked in the financial services industry. Here’s our conversation:

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You can find a list of all interviews for this cycle, plus other related information, on my 2011 Elections page.

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54 Responses to Interview with Leticia Gutierrez Ablaza

  1. NPCHoustonian says:

    The only epic failure here is the lives of District I Voter and Hobby. To think that they have nothing better to do but to post on old blogs is very telling. I can just picture them now; probably still living with their mother, walking around in a tattered bath robe. House probably smells of cat feces and urine. Oh well, time to check what the fecal heads wrote on the other blogs. Hmm, I wonder where I should go?? Oh, the Houston Press article has to have some new stuff on it…..


  2. Hobby says:

    Now now, NPC (aka Leticia Ablaza herself), don’t be bitter, it’s unbecoming!

  3. joshua bullard says:

    you 2 better stop it-before everybody starts thinking that you like each other.i will say for the record-sometimes i wish i could go back to live with moms in my old room-wow-that was 1992-“kick him while hes down” lol lol lol

    getting kicked while down-such as life

    joshua ben bullard………………………………………………………………..

  4. District I Voter says:

    NPC Houstonian (Leticia), it was that kind of obnoxious behavior that turned all the people in your neighborhood against you in the election. Grow up. Go back to writing your tea-bagger extremist ring wing blog with your husband. You know, the one that stated diversity was not worth your freedom?

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