Who are the Most Powerful movers and shakers in the Crossroads?
We ask that you rank your Top 5 Most Powerful Crossroads residents, drawing from the names on this final list.
Simply rank your Top 5 in order of the candidate's power: 1 for the region's most powerful, 2 for the second most powerful and on to 5 for the region's fifth most powerful.
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1) Name of most powerful candidate
2) Name of second most powerful
3) Name of third most powerful
4) Name of fourth most powerful
5) Name of fifth ...
Voting ends Feb. 28.
Thanks for your input -- Gabe Semenza / Advocate public service editor.
FINAL LIST OF MOST POWERFUL CANDIDATES
Dorothy Alcorn – Former University of Houston System regent.
Will Armstrong – Victoria mayor, business owner.
David Brown – Citizens Medical Center’s CEO.
James Fagan – Co-owner of international oil-production company.
George Filley III – Former district attorney, high-profile defense lawyer.
Jim Graff – Victoria’s Faith Family Church pastor.
Bobby Hewitt – Businessman, rancher, heir.
Tim Hudson – University of Houston-Victoria president.
Claud Jacobs – Yoakum native, activist, investment manager.
Janey Lack – Businesswoman, community volunteer.
Russell Marshall – First Victoria National Bank president, CEO.
Benny Martinez – Goliad activist, Hispanic rights supporter.
Kerry McCan – Rancher, businessman.
Margie McMullen – Yoakum politician, businesswoman.
Bob Moore – Victoria schools superintendent.
Geanie Morrison – State representative from Victoria.
Louise O’Connor – Author, businesswoman.
Morgan Dunn O’Connor – Former UHV regent, businesswoman.
T. Michael O’Connor – Sheriff, rancher, businessman.
John Roberts - Publisher, Victoria Advocate.
Michael Sheppard – District attorney for DeWitt, Goliad, Refugio counties.
Steve Tyler – Victoria County district attorney.
James Wayne – Real estate investor, businessman.
Roger Welder – Rancher, businessman, chef.
Jack Wu – Formosa Plastics-Point Comfort vice president.
Jim Wyatt – City councilman, businessman, activist.
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