Josh Flynn has endorsed Mike Knox in the race for Houston City Council, District A.
“We have suffered too long in District A under mediocre leadership, with words taking the place of effective action to correct the problems facing our community. Safety, roads and drainage infrastructure may not be fixable overnight, but we can change who we choose to lead in these areas right now,” Flynn said.
“We need someone with real-world, professional experience to lead District A in its revitalization efforts. Demagoguery is not a solution. Words without action are a waste of time and taxpayer money. We need substance to have a seat on City Council. We need Mike Knox.
“Mike Knox has lived in Spring Branch for more than 20 years. He is a homeowner. He is a former law enforcement officer and now a business owner. Mike is an HOA President. He is an honorable husband and father. Mike is a veteran. He has served Spring Branch in many capacities. He knows our area because he has lived here, raised a family here and been a part of the fabric that has helped make our area great.
“There is no guesswork with Mike Knox. He is up to the task of leading our District to brighter days. He will place constituents first, not his political or personal agenda. Mike will work to make our neighborhoods safer. He will revitalize this area intelligently. We can trust him to get the job done,” said Flynn.
Flynn concluded, “Join me in supporting Mike Knox for Houston City Council, District A.”
Josh Flynn is small business owner, maintaining his own independent financial advisory firm of nearly 20 years, in the Spring Branch area. He is a retired Marine (from 1985-1993), a former Federal Air Traffic Controller, and has dutifully worked as a SREC Committee Member for Senate District (SD) 15 – maintaining that grassroots and local involvement are key to having a positive impact on policies that affect citizens in their everyday lives. Josh volunteers time as the Treasurer of Harris County Republican Party. Josh is a father and husband and wants to see better days ahead for District A residents and families.