Interview with Fair for Houston, which is now Yes on Prop B

I trust you are familiar by now with Fair for Houston, for which there was a successful petition drive to put an item on the Houston ballot this November. That item, which will be City Proposition B, aims to reform the governance of the Houston-Galveston Area Council, better known as H-GAC, so that its representation is proportionate to its members’ populations. I’ve written about this issue at some length, to get a better understanding of it and hopefully help explain it to you. This interview with the “Yes on Proposition B” campaign is intended to be a straightforward discussion of what exactly City Prop B will do and how it will do it, and why it should be supported. I spoke with Evan Choate the campaign manager and Ally Smither the comms manager for “Yes on Prop B”, and you can listen to our conversation here:

Kathy Blueford-Daniels
Dani Hernandez
Judith Cruz
Plácido Gómez
Mario Castillo
Cynthia Reyes-Revilla
Joaquin Martinez
Tarsha Jackson
Leah Wolfthal
Melanie Miles
Abbie Kamin
Sallie Alcorn
Letitia Plummer
Nick Hellyar
Obes Nwabara
Danielle Bess
Holly Vilaseca
Marina Coryat
Donnell Cooper
Twila Carter
Casey Curry
James Joseph
Mary Nan Huffman
Richard Cantu

This week we will get into a couple of propositions and other things before we move on to Controller and Mayor. The Erik Manning spreadsheet is here. My previous posts about the 2023 HISD election are here and here. My posts about the July campaign finance reports for City Council candidates are here and here.

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