Monthly Meeting RHCIA - Republican Hispanic Citizens in Action
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Our Speakers will be Judge Emmett from Commissioner's Court of Harris County, will address us on the following: (1) Transportation development to meet the needs of future growth for HC with its development of the Panama Canal and its shipping to our Ports. (2) What will become of the safety of civilian drivers and trucks on our freeways. (3) What will be the future for the Eastend inhabitants mostly Latino and Blacks into the development of jobs and opportunities. Their neighborhood is congested with traffic of trains and rail-crossings and danger to school children.
Transportation is the back bone of a main artery in the State of Texas economy, because through that artery will jobs be created, quality and recognized education programs will be introduced from the workforce businesses and engineering fields into the high school levels and where hope will be born and mentored too. Come and hear Judge Emmett bring a refreshing view from his expertize expriences. Hope and changes will take place for Texans and make better lives by giving us a chance to share in his vision for his State in which you and I live in. This is open to all of you, we do not discriminate against other Parties...your chance to learn from nosotros tambien.
Our Second Speaker, Michael Kubosh - New City Council elected to Pos.#3 at Large will have few words to say and thank us for our votes in getting him elected.
Special Invited Candidates will also address the membership bodies too.
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The Republican Hispanic Citizens In Action (RHCIA)
The Republican Hispanic Citizens In Action (RHCIA), is creating Houston’s largest and most active organization to do outreach to Hispanics educating and recruiting future Republican voters and leaders.
To foster Hispanic activism and engagement in the political process creating a pathway for Hispanics into the Republican Party. We do this through the following processes:
- Active recruitment of Hispanics into the organization to educate on the need for Hispanic engagement in politics at all levels.
- Educating, mentoring, and motivating young Hispanics to seek positions of leadership in business and politics.
- Bringing and promoting high profile and interesting speakers that address topics that inform, motivate and inspire participation in business, higher education, and public policy.
- Vetting Hispanic political candidates that RHCIA can support as role models for its Leadership Instruction.
- Creating and promoting respectful dialogue within the Republican towards Hispanics.
- Building a network and fostering networking with other minority organizations to create a large informed voting bloc.