Glen Maxey for Travis County Assessor-Collector

Posted on 02/28/2008. Filed under: 2008 Texas Primary, Glen Macey, Nelda Wells spears, Tracis County, Travis county tax assessor, Voter ID, Voter Suppression |

Doing My Part for the Left is proud to endorse Glen Maxey for Travis County Tax Assessor. This job is about a lot more than collecting taxes and Glen is the man to represent the best of Travis County. This office is also involved in voter registration as one of it’s primary functions.

I moved to Texas in 2003 and when I attended a democratic club meeting it was Glen Maxey who informed me I could become a deputy voter registrar. He was the man who swore in hundreds of new voter registrars(with the help of Bruce Elfant) and instructed us on what needed to be done to make sure the registrations were done correctly.

Glen has been instrumental in getting young and old people alike involved in the process of registering voters and making sure that the people of Travis County know what is going on in their district but in the Legislature and in many other political races through out Texas.

I have attended so many political club and party meetings since I have moved to Texas that I have lost count of all of them but I know I have seen Glen Maxey at most of them. He was one of the people responsible for bringing Democracy for America to Austin in 2005.

Until this primary season, I have never seen Nelda Wells Spears at a single event. The fact that she did not think it important enough to go to the legislature and speak out against the Republican bills calling for Voter ID’s says quite a lot. Who needs an elected official who agree with the Republicans that poor and senior voters should be denied their right to vote? The incompetence of her office in purging many voters from the active voter file 1 month after they voted is not something to say “Oh, well” about.

Please join me and many others in Travis County and

Vote for Glen Maxey for Travis County Tax Assessor
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