Early Voting: Monday, October 22 – Friday, November 2, Poll Times Vary
Election Day: Tuesday, November 6, 2012, Polls Open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
HAR Supported Candidates:
- Are carefully screened by local REALTOR® volunteers
- Understand the importance of protecting homeownership, promoting the real estate industry, and protecting private property rights
The following HAR Recommended Candidates have major party opposition in the General Election.
LOCAL BALLOT INITIATIVES
✔ Vote “For” the METRO General Mobility Plan Referendum – HAR RECOMMENDED
✔ Vote “For” the City of Houston Bond Referendum – HAR RECOMMENDED
Proposition A – includes $144 million for public safety needs
Proposition B – includes $160 million for parks, including the Bayou Greenways Project.
Proposition C – includes $63 million for health, sanitation/recycling, and general government improvements
Proposition D – includes $28 million for libraries improvements
Proposition E – includes $15 million for affordable housing efforts
✔ Vote “For” the Houston Independent School District Bond Referendum – HAR RECOMMENDED
✔ Vote “For” the Houston Community College Bond Referendum – HAR RECOMMENDED
Did You Know?
- Voters did not have to vote in the May 29, 2012 primary election in order to qualify to vote in the general election on November 6, 2012.
- Whether you voted or not in the primary, you may vote for whomever you choose in November.
- Eligible Texans who are not registered to vote must register by October 9, 2012 to vote in the November 6, 2012 election.
In addition to the pictured candidates, Houston Association of REALTORS® is supporting the following candidates, who either have no opposition or no major party opposition in the November 6, 2012 General Election.
United States Congress
Congressional District 29: Gene Green (D)*, Houston
District 3: Robert Nichols (R)*, Jacksonville
District 4: Tommy Williams (R)*, The Woodlands
District 13: Rodney Ellis (D)*, Houston
District 17: Joan Huffman (R)*, Southside Place
District 18: Glenn Hegar (R)*, Katy
Texas House of Representatives
District 3: Cecil Bell Jr. (R), Magnolia
District 15: Steve Toth (R), The Woodlands
District 16: Brandon Creighton (R)*, Conroe
District 18: John Otto (R)*, Dayton
District 28: John Zerwas (R)*, Richmond
District 126: Patricia Harless (R)*, Houston
District 128: Wayne Smith (R)*, Baytown
District 129: John Davis (R)*, Houston
District 130: Allen Fletcher (R)*, Tomball
District 131: Alma Allen (D)*, Houston
District 132: Bill Callegari (R)*, Katy
District 133: Jim Murphy (R)*, Houston
District 138: Dwayne Bohac (R)*, Houston
District 140: Armando Walle (D)*, Houston
District 142: Harold Dutton (D)*, Houston
District 145: Carol Alvarado (D)*, Houston
District 146: Borris Miles (D)*, Houston
District 148: Jessica Farrar (D)*, Houston
District 150: Debbie Riddle (R)*, Tomball
* Indicates a REALTOR® Party friendly incumbent. An incumbent is a candidate currently holding the elected office.
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