WHIT said it found there was only one qualified candidate in the Democratic runoff, Dr. David Alameel.
WHIT carefully reviewed Dr Alameels history, record, and positions, and believes they represent a sound, carefully thought out plan for Texas and for the nation.
Dr. Alameel’s opponent, Kesha Rogers is by contrast, not a progressive, but is a member of the radical fringe Larouche movement. Her statements have included calls for the impeachment and execution of President Obama. WHIT finds it unthinkable that any Texas citizen could ever vote for any candidate who has openly espoused sedition.
WHIT endorses Dr. David Alameel in the run-off for United States Senate and encourages every registered Texan to vote for him.
WHIT is an independent statewide network of 1800 Texas citizens, dedicated to equality and justice for all citizens before the law and in the workplace, honesty in politics, public accountability, advancing public education, and ensuring the long term viability of Texas, economically, ecologically, politically. . WHIT members include elected officials, educators, professionals, homeowners, and Texans from every walk of life. WHIT interviews candidates for public office, studies public issues and may endorse or oppose each based on the will of its members.