HOUSTON MAYORAL RACE COMPARISON
CHRISTIE VS. WHITMIRE
Dr. Jack Christie
Dr. Jack Christie has been a formidable conservative Republican leader for decades in the greater Houston area.Dr. Christie is a proven citywide vote getter, having won 3 citywide elections in 2011, 2013 and 2015 for Houston City Council At-Large. He was term limited after 2019.
When Dr. Christie was President of Spring Branch ISD School Board, it was picked as the most outstanding school board in the state of Texas. He served 2 terms as Chairman of the Texas State Board of Education. He honorably served for 6 years in the Army Reserves Medical Corps. Dr. Christie was an adult leader for 8 years in Young Life, a Christian ministry for high school students.
Dr. Christie is a recognized business and community leader who has the conservative values, the courage and the experience to undo the failed liberal policies of City Hall. As a fiscal conservative, he is committed to resolve the city’s $300 million structural budget deficit, to eliminate the wasteful spending of politicians on government programs, and to have an independent audit of the city finances to uncover waste and fraud.
Dr. Christie believes that there should be “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms.” He opposed the 2015 Bathroom Ordinance which would have allowed perverted men into girls’ and women’s showers, bathrooms and locker rooms. He will protect children by prohibiting Drag Queen Story Hour in Houston public libraries. He is pro-life and opposes city funding of abortions.
Dr. Christie is committed to recruiting 500 additional police officers to protect Houstonians from criminals. He will charge the police department to focus on stopping sex trafficking.
Early Voting: Oct. 23 - Nov. 3
Election Day: Nov. 7
John Whitmire is old, worn out liberal Democrat politician who has been in the Texas Legislature for over 50 years, since 1972. Whitmire is ranked as the 5th most liberal Democrat State Senator. He voted for Atty. Gen. Paxton’s impeachment.
In 2015 Whitmire supported the Houston City Bathroom Ordinance which would have allowed perverted men to use women’s bathroom, showers and locker rooms.
Houstonians overwhelmingly defeated the Bathroom Ordinance 61-39%.
Whitmire claims to vote his morals. Whitmire’s votes in the Texas Senate demonstrate that his moral compass is broken.
Whitmire is pro-abortion, pro-LGBTQIA and pro-drag queen.
WHITMIRE VOTED NO ON THE FOLLOWING BILLS:
5/28/23 – Banning sexually explicit performances by drag queens in the presence of children
5/17/23 – Banning sex changing drugs and sex mutilation surgery in children
3/29/23 – Requiring transgender student athletes to play against their own biological sex
4/18/23 – Requiring proof of citizenship for voter registration
4/19/23 – Authorizing election marshals to investigate alleged voting violations
4/19/23 – Repealing woke diversity, equity and inclusion trainings at state universities
4/20/23 – Establishing reporting requirements for county elections
4/20/23 – Requiring school classrooms to display the Ten Commandments
3/29/23 – Prohibiting minors from changing their birth certificate gender
3/14/23 – Classifying illegal voting as a felony
5/21/21 – Prohibiting abortion if Roe v Vade is overturned
5/24/21 – Authorizing permit-less handgun carry to adults 21+
4/28/21 – Requiring voters to register their physical address instead of a PO box
4/12/21 – Increasing penalties for accepting unverified early mail in ballots
5/1/19 – Authorizing handguns in places of worship
4/2/19 – Prohibiting taxpayer funding of abortion clinics