Alan Rosen – An Uncommonly Good Choice for Harris County Constable in these Uncommon Times
I am an Alan Rosen supporter. I have been so since I first got him the GLBT caucus endorsement in their March, 2012 general meeting.
Alan is, what we call in the Jewish community, a mensch’s mensch – a good, kind-hearted man, committed to social justice. He has been involved for decades in Democratic politics at every level, from local to national. He has been involved in his synagogue, Congregation Beth Yeshurun. He has a good wife in Jennifer and a strong family. He is committed to the Jewish concept of tikkun olam – of commitment to public service in the interest of social, economic, political, and moral justice. A true son of Abraham and Moses, indeed.
Alan has the budgetary and administrative experience necessary to turn around the post-Abercia doldrums at the Office of Harris County Constable, Precinct One. He will put in place a fresh team with few, if any, ties to the prior administration. He will make certain that the office serves the people, not the other way around.
I’ve commented in other forums that Alan Rosen is the living embodiment of the late President Lyndon Baines Johnson, if he had access to both a laptop and a cellphone. I stand by that. I highly recommend Alan to be the choice of Harris County Democrats (and, if they did not vote in the primary, independent minded individuals and Republicans) to be their eminently well-qualified nominee for the office of Harris County Constable, Precinct One.
Remember, early voting runs from July 23rd through July 27th. You can go to alanrosen.org or hcdp.org to check for your early voting precinct locations. Likewise, the runoff election date is Tuesday, July 31, 2012. Please note that you will not be voting in your normal precinct locations. In addition to the previously mentioned websites, check either the Houston Chronicle in print form or at chron.com.
Have a great evening,