For Immediate Release:
October 15, 2014
Houstonians For Family Values Acts To Stop Mislabeled “Equal Rights Ordinance” News Conference on October 16, 2014, 11:00 am U.S. Post Office 401 Franklin Ave. 77002
Dave Wilson, founder of Houstonians for Family Values (HFFV) will mail to voters the last of thousands of petitions to amend Houston’s City Charter to stop any future ordinance or executive order passed by the Mayor, or any future Mayor, from allowing men in the women’s restroom.
HFFV’s petition seeks to stop the so-called “equal rights ordinance” as well as seek to prohibit redefining “gender”.
The 50,000 pre-printed petitions should be in the hands of voters by Friday.
Mr. Wilson stated, “We have collected over half of the signatures necessary to get this initiative on the ballot. We only need one last push to reach our goal which we expect to achieve in the next two weeks. The fact these petitions do not face the issue of other petitions. They do not have to be notarized. This facilitates the path to a successful petition drive.”
The results of this petition drive may also determine whether a recall election of Mayor Parker will be made in May of 2015.
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