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Thursday, February 27, 2020 1:32 AM

DISTRICT 17 TOWN HALL PHONE CONFERENCE CALL

February 25,2020                                                                                                

Press Release: William Foster, III Announces  “Congressional 17th

 District Town Hall Phone Conference” Fri. Feb.28th 6 PM-8 PM

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Contact: Wm. A. Foster, III at wm.foster@williamfoster.us and 866-646-7269 ext.5

  William A. Foster III, a congressional candidate announced today that he is holding a “DISTRICT 17 TOWN HALL CONFERENCE CALL” on FRIDAY at 6 PM to 8 PM. The number to call is 319.527.2991. Those in the Northern part of the District should call from 6 to 7 PM and those in the Southern part of the District should call from 7 to 8 PM.

 Foster, who grew up in Hearne is a former NASA employee who worked on the Skylab project, a Community activist that stands for the civil liberties of others, A former instructor of Mathematics at Houston Community College, Prairie View A & M University, Houston ISD and Aldine ISD. He presently is a Board Director of the Prairie View Federal Credit Union and is CEO of the “National Association Against Bullying and Abuse.” www.naaba.us  as well as City and Town Management Services www.ctms3.com

 “We all must answer the call and demand better economic security, better health and safety for our young and elderly persons, stated Foster. Surely, we will all become better if we just work together. Visit our website at www.fosterforcongress.org  to get a view of the vision for District 17 and what “we the People” (and all Americans) will be able to do once I’m elected! .

Topics to discuss will be Immigration solutions which include Foster’s recent trip to the southern border of Texas to view the conditions first hand. Foster states there are better solutions than a border wall. We will talk about Healthcare and Gun Control solutions; (we must stop the senseless slaughtering of our Kids and others! Education for all, a fair and lawful Justice system that will not abused the rights of citizens and improved climate change studies. These are but a few items that “we the people” will discuss on the Town hall call! so come onboard our “Think Train” and get involved in “True Change.” It’s our Time!

If you miss the call, check back on 3/2/20 for the playback phone number.

 


Friday, December 27, 2019 12:00 AM

Dstrict 17 field grows to 12 WITH NEW FILLINGS


Wednesday, December 11, 2019 12:42 AM

Congressional District 17 heats up


TheRunoff expected for race to replace Rep. Bill Flores in District 17

By Clay Falls | Posted: Tue 5:59 PM, Dec 10, 2019

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - The race is on to replace
retiring Congressman Bill Flores.

15 people filed paperwork to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat for District 17. On March 3,
voters across the Brazos Valley will get their first chance at narrowing down who will serve in that
position. With so many candidates to consider, election experts say a runoff is likely.
"The math for a runoff is the winner has to be declared 50% plus one vote. So in a field of three or more,
it's really hard for one candidate to get 50 percent plus one vote," said Trudy Hancock, Brazos County
Elections Administrator.
"I would research whatever your party affiliation is, research those candidates. Most of the time the best
information is online put out by that candidate to tell you what they stand for," said Hancock.
Political science experts say, with so many candidates, it could take time to see who sticks out.
"Yeah it's going to be tough on voters," said Kirby Goidel, who is the Executive Director of Texas A&M
Public Policy Research Institute.
"This is a really important seat and it having an open seat means that you get a lot of people deciding
that you want to run... Everybody is really excited about trying to get in and trying to win that seat," he
said.
"What candidate has name recognition? What candidate can build an organization? What candidate can
successfully raise money so that they can also have a successful campaign?" said Goidel.
Of the 15 people running, three are Democrats.

They include William Foster III of Hearne. He is retired and has business ownership experience
according to his filing with the Texas Secretary of State.

David Anthony Jaramillo of Waco has worked at the Veterans Affairs Regional Office in Waco where he's
worked on disability claims for veterans, according to his campaign website.

Richard Kennedy of Pflugerville is a project manager in the tech industry. He also ran against Congressman Flores in 2018.

The Republican field is much broader. Six candidates filed from the Waco area.
Scott Bland, a home builder, and former Secret Service Agent. Kristen Alamo Rowin is a real estate
agent. Pete Sessions has previous experience serving in the House of Representatives in the Dallas
area. He lost his seat in 2018.
David Saucedo works as a safety coordinator for a company in Waco. Renee Swann owns an
ophthalmology clinic and is a healthcare executive. A candidate from nearby Robinson is Laurie Godfrey
McReynolds, who is a real estate agent.
Three candidates to file are from Bryan / College Station.
Trent Sutton is a retired United States Marine and lives in Brazos County. Elianor Vessali vacated her
seat on the College Station City Council to run for Congress. She is a local business manager and
realtor. Todd Kent is from the Bryan area. He has a background is in higher education. His work also
includes political and business consulting and ties to Texas A&M.
Ahmad Adnan, a financial advisor from Austin, filed to run. George Hindman of Pflugerville is also a
candidate. He is in research and development and a rocket scientist.



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