Houston’s District G is lucky enough to have two passionate and dedicated, conservative residents willing to serve the district in City Hall.

Because both Sandie Mullins Moger and Greg Travis would represent the district well, we have chosen to abstain from endorsing in this race. We are looking forward to working with either of them to further pro-taxpayer, conservative reforms in not just that district, but in the Bayou City as a whole.

Travis’ determination to be a taxpayer watchdog for residents coupled with his desire for complete transparency would be a beneficial addition to City Council. Moger’s experience as a lone conservative Houston Community College’s Trustee Board has more than prepared her for standing up for conservative values at City Hall.

No matter the outcome, taxpayers in District G win because whomever voters elect on November 3rd will be a strong conservative advocate.

Early Voting Begins Monday, October 19th

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd

Charles Blain

Charles Blain is the president of Urban Reform and Urban Reform Institute. A native of New Jersey, he is based in Houston and writes on municipal finance and other urban issues.

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