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Lyndon LaRouche Supporter Wins Texas Democratic Primary for U.S. House

Published on May 31, 2012, by in General.

Kesha Rogers, a supporter of Lyndon LaRouche, appears to have won a narrow victory for the Texas U.S. House Democratic nomination in the 22nd district. The district is south of Houston. The vote is Rogers 3,659; K. P. George, 3,553. However, these are unofficial results, although all precincts have reported.

Rogers won the same nomination in 2010. In the 2010 Democratic primary she had two Democratic opponents, but she still got 52.3% of the Democratic vote in that primary. Here is a statement about her results at Executive Intelligence Review, a news source for the LaRouche movement.

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  1. Darcy G Richardson

    I believe Kesha defeated two opponents — Doug Blatt and Freddie J. Wieder, Jr. — in the district’s 2010 Democratic primary. She polled more than 52 percent of the vote in that three-way race.

  2. Thanks, Darcy, you’re right. I have fixed the post.

  3. Jeff Becker

    Gee, do you think she’ll make repeal of Glass Steagal the focus of her campaign?

  4. You were right the first time. Kesha Rogers just defeated KP George. Glass Steagall, bring it back brother, that is what Kesha is going to do. Break up the big banks, no more speculation with other people’s money. Franklin Roosevelt was right, and LaRouche is right too.

  5. We in Italy certainly hope she does go back to Glass-Steagall, there are two law proposals in this direction also in Italy. It’s the only way to stop speculation and economic collapse.

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