Press Release: Ron Reynolds has clinched the Democratic nomination in Fort Bend County’s State Representative House District 27 against incumbent Dora Olivo. Reynolds garnered 5,159 votes (57.6 percent) to Olivo’s 3,791 votes (42.4 percent). With no Republican candidate opposing, Ron Reynolds will become the first African American State Representative in Fort Bend County’s House District 27. (pictured: A joyful Ron Reynolds “raising the roof” at his election night watch party at J & L Cafe’ in Stafford, TX)
During his campaign watch party, Reynolds addressed his supporters saying, “I’d like to thank Representative Olivo for her service to Fort Bend County, and I look forward to continuing to champion the issues important to the citizens of District 27.”
“I am humbled the citizens in our District have so enthusiastically voted for the issues our campaign represents. I look forward to working hard for our District and making a marked impact by advocating for high-quality education, affordable health care and economic empowerment for our community.”
“My gratitude and thanks also is extended to our campaign volunteers and supporters. Our success is entirely due to their never-ending support and encouragement.”
Many of Reynolds’ supporters attended the watch party including: his wife, Dr. Jonita Reynolds; father, Attorney Conrell Brown; Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen; Commissioner Grady Prestage; Constable Ruben Davis and his wife, Sharon; Stafford City Councilman Wen Guerra; Stafford City Councilwoman Felecia Evans-Smith; The Honorable Jesse Torres; Judge Joel Clouser; The Honorable Harrison Gregg; The Honorable Neeta Sane; The Honorable Len Goff; The Honorable Eunice Reiter; The Honorable Don Bankston; and Pastor Ralph D. West. (pictured: Supporters gathered at J & L Cafe’ watching the election results come in).
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