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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.

Let's Get it Done! Rally

Join hundreds of Houstonians as they speak out in favor of National Health Care Reform. Participating organizations include: Organizing for America, HCAN, ACORN, AFL- CIO, The Harris County Democratic Party, Houston Federation of Teachers, SEIU HOPE, SEIU Justice for Janitors.

Time: Thursday, September 3 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Steps of Houston City Hall
900 Smith Street Houston, TX 77002

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

House Subcommittee on Energy & Environment Hosts Field Hearing in Houston

The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science & Technology, Subcommittee on Energy & Environment, will hold a field hearing titled, “Energizing Houston: Sustainability, Technological Innovation, and Growth in the Energy Capital of the World.” The hearing will be held on February 29, 2008, 10:00 a.m., at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy on the campus of Rice University in Houston, Texas. 

Obama Volunteer Office Opening This Saturday in Houston

As a public service to those of us Democrats who are interested in the Barack Obama campaign, today we have received from the Barack Obama for President Campaign news of the grand opening of their Houston Area volunteer headquarters, two days after Super Tuesday. Now that was fast, wasn't it? Check out their press release below. Some of the information below can also be found at the campaign website, here.

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!