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Political Survey by Magdalena's Table

Have you heard of Magdalena's Table? It is a women’s organization dedicated to assuring that women with conservative principals have a voice in the marketplace, the polling place, and the boardroom.

Focused on policy, philanthropy, and business, Magdalena's Table members are a dynamic group in and around Houston. They are asking all candidates running for office in Harris County to participate in a political survey through January 30, 2010. If you are a candidate and would like to participate, contact Magdalena's Table for a survey.  All candidates answering the survey will be eligible to receive the Magdalena's Table endorsement for the 2010 elections.

Our members are dedicated to building a conservative America by electing Conservative women (and men) to office. We believe in the power of women as candidates, as contributors, as campaign professionals, and as voters to bring about great change in our country," says Magdalena's Table Founding Chair Jackelyn Viera Iloff. "By working together, we can make a difference — and change the face of American politics."

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