Diana

Houston, TX

#46 Oct 16, 2010
The Railroad Commission affects all of us as it deals with oil and gas and where, how and when they drill. Ultimately, it affects us at the pump and in our homes. We need someone who understands the industry, which is why u am voting for Jeff Weems.
american mom

United States

#47 Oct 16, 2010
If you need someone to regulate the industry, they need to understand the industry. Jeff Weems is that guy. Better to pick your candidate based on qualifications rather than party affiliation.
wiley

AOL

#48 Oct 16, 2010
He knows the business
Perry D

Houston, TX

#49 Oct 16, 2010
Weems is by far the most qualified.
a very concerned Texan

Houston, TX

#50 Oct 16, 2010
Jeff Weems is a qualified professional in the oil and gas industry and has been unafraid to meet the folk and didscuss the issues while we really don't know who his opponent is or what he stands for.
Bob Tomlinson

United States

#51 Oct 16, 2010
He is the only one who knows the oil business. He will also help protect the environment.
Julie

Houston, TX

#52 Oct 16, 2010
I'm tired of the party of NO! FYI: There cannot be any drilling without benzene and the rest of the polyaromatic hydrocarbons. These are IN oil and gas.
Deborah

Humble, TX

#53 Oct 16, 2010
he's the best candidate ... just check any newspaper!
Marcey Casey

Houston, TX

#54 Oct 16, 2010
He knows what the heck he is doing. Unlike Porter!
jmg

Friendswood, TX

#55 Oct 16, 2010
The state needs to change direction
Lupe Martinez

Spring, TX

#56 Oct 16, 2010
Jeff Weems is by far the most qualified candidate.
Melissa

United States

#57 Oct 16, 2010
Jeff Weems is the only logical choice. And the doofus who "doesn't give a shit" probably thinks the agency regulates railroads. He better do his homework before election day if he "gives a shit" about the environment in Texas.
Kathleen Hawkins

AOL

#58 Oct 16, 2010
Jeff Weems knows of what he speaks.I never heard of his opponent. With oil production coming back in Texas, we need someone that understands what a Railroad Commissioner really does!
Concerned Texan

Houston, TX

#59 Oct 16, 2010
The clear choice
Ronald B. Rea, Ph.D.

Houston, TX

#60 Oct 16, 2010
Mr. Weems has the endorsement of all of the major newspapers in Texas. He has the best credentials for this important position.
Suzan Cooke

Rowlett, TX

#61 Oct 16, 2010
Tired of ultra right wing Republithugs
John Pettit

Sulphur Springs, TX

#62 Oct 16, 2010
Most qualified candidate in decades.
Susan

United States

#63 Oct 16, 2010
Jeff Weems of course.
Pw

Galveston, TX

#64 Oct 16, 2010
He's very experienced in oil and gas, he's even tempered and he's a good leader
CJ

Houston, TX

#65 Oct 16, 2010
Porter is nonexistent and won't protect the public.

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