Few Republican candidates braved a grilling Sunday by members of The Metropolitan Organization, the Houston-area network of church-based groups working for social justice, such as better access to health care for the poor.
The four GOP candidates who did address an ethnically diverse audience of 600 people, wedged into the east side social hall of Immaculate Conception Church, mostly joined a stream of Democrats in agreeing with nonpartisan TMO....
[In photo County Commissioner El Franco Lee, left, (who is seeking re-election), shakes hands with Nathaniel Crump after answering questions at a TMO accountability meeting in Immaculate Conception Church. Credit: Nick de la Torre, Hoston Chronicle]
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