Interview with Steve Brown

Steve Brown

Steve Brown

There are three contested Democratic primaries for statewide office. One of them involves Wendy Davis, which no one expects to be competitive, and one involves Kinky Friedman, which likely will be about how people feel about Kinky Friedman more than anything else. The third primary is for Railroad Commissioner, which is a low profile and unsexy race, but the choice in this one matters at least as much as those other races. Steve Brown was the first announced candidate in the race, with multiple-time candidate Dale Henry filing a few days before the deadline. Brown is the former chair of the Fort Bend County Democratic Party and has been involved with government and Democratic politics for many years. He’s not an oil and gas person but has a strong background with regulatory agencies, and would bring a perspective to the office that it really needs but currently lacks. Brown is also young and well-versed in modern campaigning and communications, which stands in stark contrast to Dale Henry, who while a well-qualified candidate lacks even a basic online presence. Nothing against Dale, but that’s not going to cut it. I’ll be voting for Steve, and I hope after listening to the interview that you will be as well.

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2 Responses to Interview with Steve Brown

  1. byron schirmbeck says:

    would someone PLEASE tell these politicians to stop copying every other campaign photo with their suit jacket thrown over their shoulder? That and having your dress shirt sleeves rolled up? Maybe I have just seen too much campaign literature but it makes me laugh and I take the candidate less seriously when I see it.

  2. Joseph Vogas says:

    4 contested statewide

    US Senate. Which I am often to forget as well due to its federal nature.

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