Michael Kubosh announces bid for Houston City Council
Friday, February 15, 2013
by David Jennings, Big Jolly Politics
Houston bail bondsman and political activist Michael Kubosh formally announced his intention to run for Houston City Council, At-Large 3 this morning in front of a large group of supporters at City Hall.
The eclectic mix of supporters included Pastor James Nash of the St Paul Missionary Baptist Church, State Rep. Allen Fletcher (R-130), Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel, Bernadette McLeroy of the Republican Hispanic Citizens in Action, Robin Y. Bennett of Robin’s Haven of Hope, former Harris County Dept. of Education Trustee Mike Wolfe, current council candidates Mike Knox and Trebor Gordon, and Houston community activist Quannell X.
Like I said, an eclectic mix of supporters that Kubosh has earned by working hand in hand with them on several major issues in the city, most notably leading the coalition to remove the obnoxious red light cameras. Of course, when one of the Kubosh brothers does something, they all do it – brothers Paul and Randy were there today, along with Momma Kubosh. Read more >>