|Hou Bus Ed Coalition||Vendor & Special Interest||Total Contributions|
|30 day report||-0-||$ 4,814.96||$ 6,310.34|
|8 day report||$12,000.00||15,000.00||15,350.00|
When the Greater Houston Partnership PAC (Houston Business Education Coalition) contributes $19,500.00, which is 58.4% of Ms. Richart’s contributions, and $30,814.96 is contributed by vendors and special interest groups, which is 92.2% of her total contributions, how can one not be a puppet of the people that donated the money? The question the voters of Houston Community College District 1 have to decide is if their seat is FOR SALE.
for HCC District 1
Successful business owner: 35+ years
Founder/Operator/Teacher of “Texas Electrical Safety Association”: 18 years
Master Electrician “HMEL #8”: 28 years
Past HCC Trustee District 2: 2014-2019
Dave’s campaign will NOT accept donations from vendors, labor unions, special interests, and lobbyists.
Chancellor’s Pay at 5 Largest Community Colleges in Texas
When HCC has to take $7M out of fund balance (savings) to balance the current budget; and
When HCC has had to take money out of the last 3 years fund balance in order to balance the budgets; and
When HCC is going to spend at least $52M to build a Katy campus which is outside the taxing district; and
When HCC has at least $98M unfunded teacher’s pension; and
When enrollment has declined 12% since 2011; and
When the employees at HCC have only gotten a 2% raise;
Do you think its fair to pay the HCC Chancellor $654,000.00 per year?
Dave Wilson does not!
Stop the Katy Campus – Stop taking money from HCC taxpayers and giving it to non-taxpayers in Katy
Free Tuition for all, financed with savings from paying off DEBT.
Clean up the purchasing department
Fix unfunded pension liability
Fix declining enrollment
Balance HCC Budget
“If you are not willing to learn,
No one can help you.
If you are determined to learn,
No one can stop you”