Alan Hassenflu
  Brad Freels
Vice Chairman
 Joseph O. Slovacek
PAC Treasurer
 Welcome Wilson, Jr.
Immediate Past Chairman
 Steve Alvis 
David Dominy
Todd N. Edmonds 
Tom Fish
Jim Gustafson
Johnny Hendrix 
Jim Holcomb 
John Holland 
Howard Holsenbeck
Janice Jamail-Garvis 
Larry Johnson 
Trey Lary
Scot Luther
Louis Macey 
Calvin J. Morgan
Frank Nadolney
Richard Rothfelder
Mike Rozell, Sr.

J. Fred Baca

 Dan Bellow  
Frank Fitzgerald 
 E.D. Lester 
Jim Peters
Dick Weekley
Welcome Wilson, Sr.

Thursday, January 21
Speaker TBD

All event dates are subject
to change based on
speaker availability.

All events will be at the Junior League, 7a.m. - 8:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted. 

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December 3, 2015
Houston Realty Business Coalition Releases 
Poll on Mayor's Race
Bill King Leads Sylvester Turner by 5 Percent
The Houston Realty Business Coalition (HRBC) released a poll of 300 active voters today measuring support of Mayoral candidates in the December runoff election. 
"Bill King has built a broad base of support throughout the City of Houston," said Chairman Alan Hassenflu.  "Bill King is the only candidate offering thoughtful solutions to the fiscal disaster facing the City of Houston.  King's message of getting back to basics has earned him the support of our organization and is resonating with voters who are concerned with the current fiscal crisis facing City Hall."
The survey shows voters across Houston are seeing past Sylvester Turner's negative campaign and looking towards Bill King to fix the City's financial mess.  Only 9% of Houston voters say they have yet to decide who they will support in the upcoming election.  
Founded in 1967, HRBC, comprised of top business leaders, has become Houston's Premier Business Coalition by supporting public policy, elected officials and candidates for elected office that promote its core values of limited government, capitalism and private property rights.
In the upcoming runoff election for Mayor, if you had to choose, would you be voting for Bill King or Sylvester Turner?
Bill King                      48%
Sylvester Turner          43%
Undecided                     9%
The sample size for the survey is 300 likely voters in Houston, Texas. The margin of error is +/- 4.00%.  All interviews were completed using automated telephone technology and were conducted December 1, 2015 by Causeway Solutions.  The total percentages for responses may not equal 100% due to rounding.
Female 56%, Male 44%
Democrat 38%, Independent/Other 28%, Republican 34%
African American 28%, Hispanic 10%, Other 12%, White 50%