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Press Conference: Exposing Republican Voter Fraud in Fort Bend County

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 12:00

43 The Fort Bend County Democratic Party will hold a press conference detailing significant voter fraud by a Fort Bend County Republican Party official, candidate and Tea Party activist.

“We have credible evidence that Fort Bend Republicans have supported and celebrated a member in their ranks who has participated in serial voter fraud since 2006,” stated Fort Bend County Democratic Party Chairman Steve Brown.  “The Party of voter integrity couldn’t sniff out fraud when it was under their nose.”

No to the Nehls Brother from the Same Mother

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Karen Pearson, a Fort Bend County Republican political consultant states the case why Fort Bend county should not have two brothers in elected law enforcement positions. While not endorsing Michael Elliott, Troy Nehls' opponent directly, she surely states the case for Ellison nicely.

Fort Bend Democratic Party Opens Headquarters

Saturday, August 18, 2012 - 17:00
August 5, 2012
CONTACT: Steve Brown
832.330.4242 cell

Fort Bend Democratic Party Opens Headquarters
Democrats to Kick-off VICTORY 2012 Coordinated Campaign

MISSOURI CITY, TX. The Fort Bend County Democratic Party will kick off its VICTORY 2012 coordinated campaign on Saturday, August 18, 2012 with the opening of their County Headquarters.  The opening will feature live music, food and remarks from local candidates and elected officials.  Guests will also learn how they can get involved in campaign activities like phone banking and blockwalking.

My First Job: Julie Rodriguez

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Julie Rodriguez, Associate Director of Latino Affairs and Immigration, talks about her first job, the lessons she learned and how they still apply to her work today. Go find your first job at

Questions for the candidates, anyone?

18 The League of Women Voters of the Houston Area is looking to gather your suggestions as they prepare their VOTERS GUIDE for November, 2012. Would you like your question answered by the candidates for all to read? Email your questions to They're waiting to hear from you.

Constable Ruben Davis makes Erroneous Arrest Claim

With less than a week remaining in the Fort Bend Constable Precinct 2 Democratic Primary, the election is becoming heated between incumbent Constable Ruben Davis, and his opponent, Missouri City Police Sgt. Daryl Smith. [...]

On Monday, Constable Davis -- a retired Houston Police Department officer who's been in office since 1996 -- had a photo on his Facebook page of Sgt. Smith in a campaign t-shirt (next to two uniformed Missouri City Police officers) with the caption, "Missouri City Police Arrest Daryl at my Campaign office!!" [...]

Missouri City Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald said that Sgt. Smith had not been arrested, thus the posting was not true.

Fort Bend County Democratic Party Executive Committee Meeting

The Fort Bend County Democratic Party monthly Executive Committee will meet Monday May 21st 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the University Branch Library located on the UH System Sugar Land Campus on University Boulevard at Highway 59. Address: 14010 University Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas 77479-4295.

Precinct Chairs, members and guests are invited to attend.

Democratic Party Candidates for May 29th Primary Election - Fort Bend County

Commissioner, 1: Richard Morrison

Constable, 2:

County Attorney.........M.E. "Skip” Belt

County Chair..............Steve Brown

District Judge, 387th: Fredericka Allen Petry

District Judge, 434th: Teana Watson

First Court of Appeals:

Fourteenth Court of Appeals:

Sheriff.....................Michael Ellison

State Rep 26...........Vy Nguyen

State Rep 27...........Ron Reynolds

State Rep 85………..Dora Olivo

Tax Assessor……….Jesse Torres

U.S. Rep, CD22…….KP George

U.S. Senator (D-TX):

BOR Endorses Stephen Brown in Democratic County Chair Elections

17 Fort Bend: Stephen Brown. Brown is working hard to flip this county, and this cycle he just might do it. Brown is growing the party, working hand-in-hand with local clubs. He did a great job with his county's 2010 coordinated campaign, and even ran a countywide vote-by-mail program. Keep it up!

Read the whole article at the Burned Orange Report