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Two Geto Boys Seek Offices

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Defining change in the name of community, two fellow legendary rap groupmates look to make a change in their perspective Houston, TX communities by running for Houston City Council seats.  Brad Jordan a.k.a. “Scarface” and Willie James Dennis a.k.a. “Willie D” of the iconic Geto Boys have both evolved from edgy and sometimes controversial rappers to advocates and concerned citizens who look be a voice of reason and change in their communities. 

Early this summer Jordan announced he was running for Houston City Council District D where current Councilman Dwight Boykins holds office but is running against Mayor Sylvester Turner for the Mayor’s seat.  District D includes Midtown to Beltway, Sunnyside and the Third Ward, and is home to Texas Southern University and the University of Houston.

Willie D later announced he is running for the office of Houston City Council District B which includes East Houston, the Greater Fifth Ward, and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport to name a few of the super neighborhoods.

Fans and residents wish these two the best in their new journey of politics and in return these politicians hope that voters will turn up at the polls on the general election day, November 5, 2019.

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End of Her Reign

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According to a statement from Buckingham Palace Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully on September 8, 2022 at age 96 at her Balmoral Castle, the British royal family’s estate in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was said to have been vacationing there this summer. It was reported that members of the Royal family were present by her side including her four children.

For 70 years and 214 days, the longest of any British monarch and the second-longest recorded of any monarch of a sovereign country, Queen Elizabeth held the throne as Queen of the United Kingdom since 1952 when she ascended the throne upon her father’s death. The Queen’s eldest on Charles, Prince of Wales with take other as King Charles III.

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Ready to #Retire Rubio

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Rep. Val Demings Wins Florida Primary

Rep. Val. Demings, the former Orlando police-chief turned U.S. Representative and previously one of President Biden’s potential vice president choices, defeated three of her democratic opponents in Tuesday’s Primary elections. She became the highly favored Democratic nominee after gaining 85% of the vote. She will move on to face incumbent Republican Sen. Marco Rubio in November.

Demings has served three terms in Congress. Aware of the uphill battle she faces, Demings is not only running to defeat Sen. Rubio, but a win in November would make her the first Black U.S. Senator from Florida.

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Vice President Kamala Harris Talks Maternal Health And Abortion Rights At Essence Festival

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