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HD-29: One Last Seat in Texas

by: Karl-Thomas Musselman on Fri Dec 15, 2006 at 16:08:06 PM CST

Unknown to many and overshadowed by the coverage and fallout of TX-23, there is one last race in Texas this year (and maybe one in January if this race goes to a run-off). That's HD-29 out southwest of Houston where Democrat Dr. Anthony DiNovo is running against 3 Republicans in a special election called because Rep. Glenda Dawson passed away before she could be removed from the ballot.

Blockwalkers Needed Volunteers Paid and Unpaid Now through the 18th! We absolutely need people to blockwalk in Matagorda County! Blockwalkers needed to walk West Pearland also.

Phone Banking: We only have 3 lines at the HQ, but ask to get a copy of the precinct numbers! Phone Banking at Pearland Family Medicine on the Weekend: they have 6 lines Shifts from 10am, 2pm, 4pm-6pm on Sat. 10am-4pm on Sunday.

Stop By!!  Grab a Coke and some walking lists or phone numbers and HELP GET A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE

  The address for the Pearland HQ
  3536 Broadway Pearland, TX  77581
  The phone #281 412-0990

Thanks! Can't wait to see you all!!!

Tammy Koczur
Campaign Manager
Dr. Anthony DiNovo for State Rep.

If you want to make calls from anywhere in the state, you can start using the True Blue Action system today.

Personally, I'm going to head out to the district for Sunday-Tuesday and be a part of the campaign, have some in the field and campaign coverage for all of you, and do my part now that I've graduated from UT to try to help Dr. DiNovo. Anyone want to join me?

Tags: Anthony DiNovo, HD-29, (All Tags)

HD-29: One Last Seat in Texas | 7 comments | Post A Comment
Run Off? (0.00 / 0)
As a special election I thought there wouldn't be a run-off?

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by: Gary Denton @ Sat Dec 16, 2006 at 14:43:48 PM CST
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there is
If no one gets 50% of the vote, there is a runoff.

Yes, but what would Treaty Oak have to say about it?
by: Karl-Thomas Musselman @ Sat Dec 16, 2006 at 17:25:04 PM CST
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I plan to come on by (0.00 / 0)
I just got in from Denton after the semester ended so I'm just killing time in Friendswood right now.

I dunno if I will be there by 10, but I'll drop in tomorrow.

See ya there KT.

by: trowaman @ Sat Dec 16, 2006 at 17:59:52 PM CST
[ Reply ]
Be sure to say hi!

Yes, but what would Treaty Oak have to say about it?
by: Karl-Thomas Musselman @ Sun Dec 17, 2006 at 01:47:46 AM CST
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I was there today (0.00 / 0)
They have a good set up with phones and lists and blockwalking materials and lists. There's plenty to do and you get the feeling you are making a difference.

They expect very low turnout overall in this election, so turning over every Democratic vote is crucial.

It's winnable.

by: muse @ Sat Dec 16, 2006 at 20:35:20 PM CST
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GAH! (0.00 / 0)
So I went to the wrong place. I stopped by the family medical center. *sigh*

Okay, KT is you can post where/when we're meeting tomorrow I'd apreciate it. I really want to do this.

by: trowaman @ Sun Dec 17, 2006 at 15:04:23 PM CST
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Campaign HQ is just down the road from there
Go down 518 west from there and HQ is on your left. K-T didn't get into town until tonight. I picked him up at the bus stop and had dinner with him.
by: muse @ Sun Dec 17, 2006 at 22:44:29 PM CST
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