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Key organizations have endorsed Sue Smith Schechter


Four key organizations dedicated to increasing political awareness have endorsed Sue Smith Schechter for Harris County Clerk:

    Harris County Tejano Democrats,
    Houston-Black American Democrats,
    Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas Action Fund
    Harris County AFL-CIO Council

Sue Smith Schechter

“I am honored to have four such remarkable and diverse groups choose to support me,” says Sue Smith Schechter.

January 14: Harris County Tejano Democrats, a grassroots organization dedicated to seeking full representation of Hispanics at all levels of government, voted to endorse Sue. “Sue Schechter is the only candidate for County Clerk with the leadership skills and the vision to deliver 21st century results for Harris County. We are proud to support Sue and we look forward to working with her to move Harris County forward,” says Sandra Puente, president, HCTD.

January 22: Houston-Black American Democrats (H-BAD), voted unanimously to endorse Schechter. “I feel Sue is the best qualified to work with all the people of Harris County and she will make the CC office more open,” said Doris Hubbard, Chair of the H-BAD Screening Committee and the PAC. “People will feel comfortable in asking questions and bringing their problems to Sue.”

January 28: Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas Action Fund – “We are proud to endorse Sue Schechter in her race for Harris County Clerk due to her strong commitment to the health and well being of Texas women and families. PPHSETAF PAC encourages all Houston registered voters to cast their ballot for candidates who support women’s health education, information and services.” PPHSET Action Fund PAC President Peter Durkin

January 28: Harris County AFL-CIO Council – “Sue has always worked hard in her district for working families and we know she’ll be an outstanding County Clerk. The integrity of elections is of utmost importance to us and there is no question Sue will safeguard the integrity of elections throughout Harris County,” says Richard Shaw, Secretary-Treasurer of the Harris County AFL-CIO. The Harris County AFL-CIO Council represents 77 affiliated Unions- Industrial, Building Trades, Public Sector (federal, state and local government).

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