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The Answer

Today is my forty-second birthday, which I feel should bring me one step closer to understanding what life, the Universe, and everything is all about. If I get any blinding insights, I’ll be sure to share them. As always with my birthdays, the truly important things to note are that I share the date with Justine Bateman, and that I’m exactly one day older than Cindy Crawford. I mean hey, with references like those, how can I lose?

Today is also the first day of early voting in Texas for the March 4 primary. Those of you in Harris County, you can find early voting information and locations here (PDF). I highly recommend voting early this year, as turnout projections are incredibly high, and I wouldn’t want to get caught in the chaos that’s sure to occur on the fourth. Of course, that means you have to figure out who you’re voting for once and for all. I’ll post an incomplete list of people for whom I’ll be pushing the button tomorrow, for what that will be worth to you. Some choices are easier than others, but they’re all important. Please make sure your voice is heard.

Here’s a sorted list of the candidate interviews and Q&As I’ve done for the Democratic primary. I hope this helps you make your decisions. Thanks very much, and go vote!

Interviews:

US Senate – Rick Noriega

US House, District 10 – Dan Grant and Larry Joe Doherty

Harris County Judge – David Mincberg

Harris County Sheriff – Adrian Garcia

Harris County Tax Assessor – Diane Trautman

State Senator, District 11 – Joe Jaworski

State Representative, District 27 – Ron Reynolds and Rep. Dora Olivo

State Representative, District 140 – Armando Walle

State Representative, District 145 – Carol Alvarado

State Representative, District 147 – Rep. Garnet Coleman

State Representative, District 148 – Rep. Jessica Farrar

Harris County Commissioners Court, Precinct 3 – Dexter Handy

Written Q&As:

State Supreme Court, Place 7 – Sam Houston and Baltasar D. Cruz

State Supreme Court, Place 8 – Judge Susan Criss and Judge Linda Yanez

80th District Court (Civil) – Larry Weiman

125th District Court (Civil) – Jim Wrotenbery and Kyle Carter

174th District Court (Criminal) – Ruben Guerrero

190th District Court (Civil) – Bruce Mosier and Andres Pereira

215th District Court (Civil) – Fred Cook and Steve Kirkland

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1 – Harold Landreneau

It’s possible I’ll get some more responses – I did send out more Q&As than this – and if so I’ll print them when I get them.

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5 Comments

  1. Pete says:

    Happy birthday, Chuck. At this point, it’s nice to know at least a handful of people older than me.

  2. CrispyShot says:

    Happy BD, Chuck! I’ve been working on the ATTUQOLTUAE for about 4 months now, and so far, it seems to involve warm sweaters. You might start there.

  3. Patrick says:

    Happy Birthday, Charles. I’m 5 weeks behind you.

    I know you haven’t had much response from Republican candidates, but I seem to recall Mr. Barcisse providing a note. Any chance to get those posted?

  4. Cory says:

    42, but you knew that. The answer, of course, lies in the question.

    Happy Birthday anyway.