Yesterday commentary accompanied Traci Jensen to a meeting of the Cypress-Fairbanks Association of Retired Employees (mostly retired educators) out in Cy-Fair. Traci’s opponent Donna Bahorich was also there. (Fact: Bahorich home schooled her kids and even started up a home schooling materials business that included creationism curriculum.) Yesterday she was asked by an educator her position on evolution and Bahorich responded that she would not favor bringing creationism into the classroom. Come on! She’s been promoting creationism in her home schooling business for years now! She is definitely feeling the heat from Traci’s campaign.
Bahorich also goes around touting her GOP credentials, her support for the GOP platform and brags that she used to be State Senator Dan Patrick’s district director, but when she is in front of educators, she does a 180 and says she opposes vouchers – huh! She did so last Friday and again yesterday. I wonder if Sen. Patrick knows she’s doing a 180. I wonder if her local Tea Party knows.
Yesterday she was asked where his children attended schools and she awkwardly tried to explain to over a hundred retired public school teachers why she home schooled her kids. It was kind of a corny response about her falling in love with teaching. Yeah, sure! Her response generated some groans from the group.
Traci easily won over the group with her sharp responses to their questions.
The Tigers are one game away from playing in the World Serious. How many times have the Tigers won the World Serious?
MariGirl got some run in today’s SA Express News.
Here is what the County put out yesterday evening:
As of this evening we have approved 78,701 applications and sent out 76,393 ballots. We have received 31,859 voted ballots returned.
26,471 have been generated by the GOP and 21,705 by Dems.
In 2008 in Harris County, 76,187 requested mail ballots and 67,612 (88.7%) were returned and counted. In 2010 in Harris County, 69,991 requested mail ballots and 55,560 (79.4%) were returned and counted.
The Chron E-Board supports the City Bonds.
The Tigers have won four World Seriouses of course – 1984, 1968, 1945, and 1935.
The team is expected to announce the new coaching staff today.