Rep. Sarah Davis will be the featured speaker at next week’s meeting of the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club. Check it out:
Greater Houston Pachyderm Club
Join us for our weekly meeting,
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Rep. Sarah Davis
Texas House of Representatives
Join the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club as we welcome Representative Sarah Davis of the Texas House of Representatives. Rep. Davis was first elected to the Texas House in 2010 and is serving her fourth term representing District 134.
Rep. Davis is Chair of the General Investigating and Ethics Committee and Chair of the Appropriations Sub-Committee on Health and Human Services. She also serves the Corrections Committee and the Calendars Committees.
Rep. Davis served as the budget conferee for the Health and Human Services article of the budget for the 2016-2017 and 2018-2019 budget cycles. She has served as the Secretary of the Women’s Health Caucus for multiple consecutive sessions and also serves as the Speaker’s appointee to the Texas Access to Justice Commission. She was just recently named to the Select Committee to Study Economic Competitiveness and the Appropriations Sub-Committee on Hurricane Harvey Resources and Recovery.
Rep. Davis is a defense attorney with the national law firm of Wilson Elser. She received her bachelor´s degree from Baylor University and law degree from the University of Houston.
Enjoy this great speaker along with a 3-course meal at one of America’s best restaurants. Doors open at 11:30am, program starts at noon, and finishes promptly at 1:00pm. $25. Cash or credit accepted at the door, with no reservation necessary.
GHPC meets at 11:30 a.m. each Tuesday at
Tony’s Restaurant (3755 Richmond).
Program begins at noon and concludes at 1:00 p.m.
$25 / 3-Course luncheon, tax and gratuity included / Complimentary Valet
Cash, check, and credit cards accepted at the event.
Harris County is (at best) purple. It seems appropriate to learn how Republicans can win in Harris County from someone that has actually done it, no? I mean, Rep. Davis actually won in a blue district. I’d think that anyone who thinks that they are a player in the county would be there.
Wouldn’t you? Assuming, of course, that you actually want Republicans to win in Harris County.