And because of prior commitments, I can’t make either one! Yikes.
Okay, the first one is at the weekly Greater Houston Pachyderm meeting.
Please join the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club for this week’s luncheon meeting as we host the last of our candidate forums prior to the Primary Election. This week we feature the races for the three Texas Supreme Court seats on the ballot. Invited candidates include:
- Place 3 – Debra Lehrmann & Michael Massengale;
- Place 5 – Paul Green & Rick Green;
- Place 9 – Eva Guzman & Joe Pool.
This will be a rare & important opportunity to meet the primary candidates vying for the Republican spot on the November ticket for Texas’ highest civil court. Be informed! Join us to meet the candidates & hear from them directly about their qualifications & experience, and enjoy a fantastic 3-course lunch for just $25.
RSVP not required, but plan to get there timely as we expect a capacity crowd. … Please also note that we will not be holding a meeting next Tuesday (Primary Day), as we urge you to go support your favorite conservative candidates!
Join us Tuesday at Tony’s for this great program!
Lordy I wish I could be there to ask Rick Green why the hell he thinks he’s qualified to be a Texas Supreme Court Justice. The idea that otherwise sane people are voting for this guy makes my skin crawl.
The next one is Thursday at the Downtown Houston Pachyderm Club’s weekly luncheon.
Downtown Houston Pachyderm Club – February 25th
Please join Downtown Houston Pachyderm for our final lunch before Election Day as we host the following contested primary candidates: Hon. Mike Sullivan and Hon. Mary Lou Keel
Hon. Mike Sullivan is currently serving as Harris County Tax Assessor Collector, and is running for re-election. He previously served on the Humble ISD School Board and Houston City Council.
Judge Mary Lou Keel is serving as Judge of the 232nd Criminal District Court and is running for the Court of Criminal Appeals.
We look forward to seeing everyone for the final meeting before the March 1st Republican primary!
Why do I get this feeling that someone is going to be asking Judge Mary Lou Keel about her role in Devon Anderson’s shooting the messenger in the bungled Planned Parenthood case?