Sean Hubbard, Dem candidate for U.S. Senate in the Lone Star State got him a nice write-up in today’s Chron.
A couple of weeks or so ago, my pal Harold Cook said some nice things about Hubbard. Here is what Hubbard says today in the Chron:
"I just got tired of watching the Democratic Party being afraid all the time. It’s just a theory at this point, but I think part of the reason Republicans do so well here is that they take a stand on an issue. I thought, ‘Hey, let’s try that.’ "
The UT/Texas Trib poll said former State Rep. Paul Sadler and Hubbard might be headed into a runoff. Today’s Chron write-up certainly helps him out.
In 2010, West Gray made up 9.6% of the Harris County Dem Primary EV in person. In 2012, after EV Day 9, they are at 7.8%. In 2010, Fiesta/Sunnyside/Palm Center combined for 22.7 % of the EV Dem in person total. After EV Day 9, they are at 23%. Only 86 Dem mail ballots came in yesterday but who’s counting anyway.
Josh Hamilton of the Rangers is being mentioned as a Triple Crown hopeful. Everyone knows that Hall of Fame greats Carl Yastrzemski of the Red Sox won it in 1967 and Frank Robinson of B’More won it in 1966. Who was the only player to win it in the 1950s?
Roll Call: I got a Glen Castleberry for Precinct 1 Constable robo call and a Lane Lewis for Dem Party Chair robo call yesterday.
It is kind of hard to pick the Dem candidates that will make the run-offs in State Rep. Districts 137 and 144. The candidates are all working hard and dropping mail.
It turns out the Chron E-Board did endorse in the Dem Constable Precinct 1 race.
Mickey Mantle of course won the Triple Crown in 1956.
Commentary doesn’t care if the Cubbies have the worst record in baseball, a win still counts as a win and we are now 20-23. Soccer fans and ‘Stros fans will converge this evening so get there early.