Remember, you can vote at any voting location no matter where you live in the city. Don't forget to Vote No on Prop 1 and 2, and to vote for your city councilperson.
Of course I voted no; anti-hotel ads using the Texas Tea Party with people "holding" Vote Yes signs didn't sway me . You know that those logo's were done via CGI and not from any real rally, right?
You know that the last claimed "independent study" and "guest column" was paid for by the anti-hotel group, right? Was that part of the $5 million they spent on this campaign or was that separate?
You know that Dallas is already in the hotel business with the Hyatt at DFW, right? Did you know that the Grand Hyatt DFW is turning a profit? (see question #11)
Early Voting: until Tuesday May 5, 2009
Election Day: Saturday May 9th.
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