Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Tuesday’s election may be the most important election for the future of our region and it is our chance to weigh in on the issues that matter most to us and our families. In a democracy it is the voters that determine our future. That's why it is so important to go cast a vote.
Hispanic PAC Supports Better School Buildings for our Children…Vote Yes for the HISD 2012 Bonds. Houston Independent School District is asking for voters to approve their $1.89 billion bond. Most people automatically look at the amount and are immediately turned off, but let’s open our minds. Hispanic PAC recognizes that the foundation of a great community is great schools. HISD plans on doing much needed construction and with the bond money, to include twenty new high school campuses and many renovations to existing school buildings that desperately need them. There are schools within the district that have old electric and internet connections, no air conditioning and the classrooms need renovation. Remember that a school is not just a building with four walls but a building that holds our future inside.
Vote YES for the HISD Bonds. Support the HISD in their bond initiative on the November 6 ballot. The cost of not educating our children will only cost all of us more in the long run. HISD children deserve better schoolhouses.
The Houston Community College system is asking for a $425 million bond. The district has done its homework and the college leaders are currently making their rounds around town letting the community know their past accomplishments and their future goals. Hispanic PAC supports the Houston Community College bond. Take the time to go to the HCC website, they have plenty of information on the site that specifically shows what the college plans to do with the money they are asking for. visit hcc.edu/community
The Houston Community College System and the nation require from a higher education institution. Vote YES for the HCC Bonds on the November ballot.
Our Vote is our voice! VOTE TOMORROW.