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Election Day Voting Locations - 2012 General Election - Fort Bend County Texas

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This is Why We Vote Winner!

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We are happy to announce that the winner of the program is Crystal S. Figueroa. Crystal's video submission gives voice to many of the reasons why it is important to vote in this election.

Paul Sadler's "We Are the People of Texas" Speech

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Paul Sadler's address to the 2012 Texas State Democratic Convention in Houston, Texas.


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Video opener for 2012 Texas Democratic Party State Convention

Nancy Pelosi and the Values Debate

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in Houston today, August 8, 2011 to share her thoughts on Republican priorities (rich people) and Democratic values. This brief clip summarizes where we Democrats are coming from. It IS a Values Debate.

Save Our State Rally, April 6, 2011 - Texas State Capitol, Austin, TX

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On Wednesday, April 6, 2011, the Texas League of Young Voters Education Fund and members from over 40 organizations and concerned individuals from all over our State will gathered at the Texas State Capitol for a March, Rally and Lobby Day.

Texas Obama Offices

It seems that a lot of people have been coming to the Fort Bend Democrats website looking for the location of the Texas Barack Obama campaign headquarters. According to the website, there are two Texas offices. One in Austin, and one just up the Southwest freeway in Houston:

Houston Obama Headquarters
3710 Travis St.
Houston, TX 77002

Houston Enters 21st Century with METRO'S Decision on 2012 Urban Transit Lines!

Since 2006, METRO has been working with the community to determine the best alignment for the University light rail line which stirred much controversy concerning the segment along the Richmond Corridor. Today the decision was made!

Houston, We Have A Problem: Candidates grapple with whether "To Plan or Not To Plan" Houston's Future!

Citizens' Vision for Houston's Future

Just as many states began taking matters into their own hands as the federal government became less dependable for infrastructure development, border control, emergency management etc., so are Texas cities assuring their own self-determination. It seems they are echoing a common refrain: Carpe Diem! (Seize the Day!).

In order to compete for limited resources and talent today and assure they do not become the ghost towns of tomorrow, cities are planning their futures and getting about the task of executing those plans.