Proposition B

Mayor Turner and HPFFA President Marty Lancton Debate on Proposition B by Michael Graves

In the coming election on November 6th there will be two propositions on the ballet in the city of Houston. While both are important, Proposition B with respect to the firefighters is an especially contentious matter.

It’s important that residents seek the best information they can find to be well-informed about both sides of the issue. To this end we commend the Harris County Democratic Party for hosting a debate on Saturday, October 6th. This is the only time you’ll see both sides of the matter presented together.

Note that the firefighters sued to ensure that (amongst other things) HTV could not televise the Mayor’s Town Halls. While those events remain ongoing around the city, they are only streamed in a limited fashion via Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Periscope account.

Mayor's Town Hall Meetings On Upcoming City Referendum Elections by Michael Graves

Come get the facts and ask your questions at Mayor Sylvester Turner's town hall meetings about the Rebuild Houston and Fire Union salary referendum elections on the November 6, 2018 ballot.

If you missed the District H meeting on 9/10, you can find dates for upcoming town hall meetings here. The next meetings in the series are:

  • Wednesday, Oct. 3 – District D – Sunnyside Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 9314 Cullen, 77051

  • Thursday, Oct. 4 – District I – EB Cape Center, 4501 Leeland, 77023

  • Monday, Oct. 8 – District F – Alief Community Center, 11903 Bellaire Blvd., 77072

A one-page fact sheet on the vote can be found on the District H website, along with a link to the Mayor's Town Hall PowerPoint presentation.