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Interview with Gene Wu

Gene Wu

The second candidate running to succeed Rep. Scott Hochberg in HD137 that I interviewed is Gene Wu. Gene is currently a felony prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney’s office, and he also has legislative experience, having previously been the Chief Clerk for the House Higher Education Committee for the Texas Legislature. He is currently the President of the Houston 80-20 Political Action Committee and a Board member for OCA Greater Houston. Here’s what we talked about:

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6 Comments

  1. joshua bullard says:

    is there a woman running for this seat, because thats who will win this seat,this will not be won by a man candidate,the voters in this area will overwhemingly vote for a woman and i am 100 percent in favor of this.

    joshua ben bullard

  2. Burt Levine says:

    Joshua, the woman you refer to is the recent president of the Alief Independent School Board named Sarah Winkler.

  3. cewdem says:

    Joe Madden, Sarah Winkler or Gene Wu are all eperienced, successful individuals who will do District 137 proud if they are selected as the Democratic nominee. The residents here are looking for someone who will actually represent them instead of use their area for personal ego gratification. It is the best kind of district in that it is multi ethinic and gender blind and is a look inside what we could hope all of Houston will one day be.

  4. Martha Johnson says:

    ” you know”…. tell him to work on his “you knows”. Maybe that sweet girl from Channel 13 can help him out. waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too many you knows, You know? ;)

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