Tag Archive: Kasha Williams

May 12 2011

Election Day looms: Candidates make final pre-election appeals

First day on the job, ETR intern kayce Bagley attends political rally, meets Judge Arthur Fort and Candidate Kasha Williams

City Council District 3 candidate Kasha Williams and her supporters took their electioneering efforts into Mother’s Day weekend’s beautiful weather as they passed out free hot dogs in a last-minute “We Want Your Vote” event.  Judge Arthur Fort (a former District 3 resident) dropped by to wish Williams the best in her final campaigning.  The …

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May 04 2011

Talking politics: District 3 candidates meet the press and public

Immoderate weather did not stop Longview’s voters and assorted elected officials from attending the final public forum for District 3 candidates before upcoming elections.  The local NAACP chapter president, the Reverend Homer Rockmore made clear his organization’s position on the matter. “NAACP does not endorse any candidate,” he said.  “We thank each candidate for coming.” …

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Mar 17 2011

Zealous for District 3

Kasha Williams recently visited her great grandmother’s church, Growing Valley Baptist Church located at the northern tip of District 3 where Charles E. Faulks is pastor. Faulks told the audience that the church is so honored to open her doors to Ms. Williams. He reminded the people that the Church has always played an important …

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Mar 03 2011

District 3: Kasha Williams declares candidacy asks for support, vote

Kasha Williams, a fifth generation member of the oldest African American Church, St. Mark CME Church in Longview, formally informed the audience of her intention to run for Councilwoman District 3. Though she had officially filed to run, she had to hold this town hall meeting to rally her base. “I have deep roots in …

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