Mike Sullivan Campaign

Mike Sullivan Campaign pd pol ad • Mike Sullivan Campaign Mike Sullivan began his public service as a volunteer for former Houston City Councilman Michael Berry. Having donated his time on Berry’s first campaign, Sullivan was asked to serve as his Kingwood Liaison, a position Sullivan held for 6 years.

At the same time, Sullivan was elected to the Humble ISD Board of Trustees, where he served from 2004 – 2007. He also served on the Executive Committee of the Region H Water Planning Group from 1997 – 2005. Sullivan ran for Houston City Council in 2007 and was sworn into office in January 2008. Serving District E, he represents the communities of Kingwood and Clear Lake, the Houston Ship Channel, Ellington Airport, and NASA/Johnson Space Center. He is known as the most conservative member of Houston City Council. Sullivan is in his third and final term, and was the only member of the council to run unopposed. Sullivan has been a small business owner for almost 35 years, owning and operating Mike Sullivan Interests, LLC. He also holds interests in other companies, and has been a licensed real estate broker since 1978. Sullivan believes strongly in community involvement, as evidenced by his service as a board member of Hospital Corporation of America-Gulf Coast Division, director of Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce, Kingwood Musical Arts Society Advisory Board, and as a member of the Lone Star College System Chancellor’s Advisory Council. He is a member of several other chambers of commerce. Additionally, Sullivan is an Ex-Officio Director of the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, director of the Bay Area Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau, and member of the UH-Clear Lake Community Partners Council. Governor Rick Perry recently appointed Sullivan to serve on his 9-member Task Force on Unfunded Mandates. A native Houstonian, he has been married to Kim Sullivan for 29 years. She is a Realtor with Keller Williams-Northeast, and they have a 19 year old daughter who is a freshman at Baylor University. The Sullivan’s attend Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Kingwood. Sullivan received his Associate of Arts from Lone Star College-Kingwood in 2011, as is currently a senior at UH-Downtown, where he is pursuing a B. S. in Political Science.

The 2018 Lone Star College elections have concluded, and I am proud to have received 82% of the vote.  This District 8 s...
11/19/2018

The 2018 Lone Star College elections have concluded, and I am proud to have received 82% of the vote. This District 8 seat lies within both Harris and Montgomery counties. In Harris County, I received 27,208 votes (83%), and in Montgomery County 14,148 votes (81%). This totals 41,655 votes (82%).

I am proud to be the new LSC District 8 Trustee.

Thanks to everyone who supported me, endorsed me, worked to elect me, and prayed for me. I promise to serve to the best of my ability.

11/05/2018

Voting straight ticket does not pick up my race for Lone Star College board of trustees. Go down ballot to vote for me. Thank you.

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Today is Election Day! Remember to vote for leadership, vote for results, vote for Mike Sullivan. Share if you agree!
11/08/2016

Today is Election Day! Remember to vote for leadership, vote for results, vote for Mike Sullivan. Share if you agree!

Mike Sullivan stands for Harris County. A proven leader who has served as Tax Assessor-Collector for the county, Mike knows that the job involves working together to fix the issues and make Harris County better for all. On Tuesday, vote for leadership, vote for results, vote for Mike Sullivan. Share if you agree!

Mike Sullivan stands for Harris County. A proven leader who has served as Tax Assessor-Collector for the county, Mike kn...
11/07/2016

Mike Sullivan stands for Harris County. A proven leader who has served as Tax Assessor-Collector for the county, Mike knows that the job involves working together to fix the issues and make Harris County better for all. On Tuesday, vote for leadership, vote for results, vote for Mike Sullivan. Share if you agree!

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Interviewed with the Houston Chronicle's Chris Moran this morning.  We talked about the city's $14.1 shortfall in their ...
11/01/2012

Interviewed with the Houston Chronicle's Chris Moran this morning. We talked about the city's $14.1 shortfall in their health insurance program. We were promised $20 million in savings by switching from Blue Cross Blue Shield to Cigna. Mayor chose Cigna. Now we have a $14.1 million dollar loss, according to her own finance director.

I had the pleasure of speaking to University of Houston College Republicans tonight.  I spoke about my race for Tax Asse...
11/01/2012

I had the pleasure of speaking to University of Houston College Republicans tonight. I spoke about my race for Tax Assessor-Collector, as well as all of the bond propositions. It was very nice of them to invite me to be on their program.

Listen to the difference between my opponent and me in this short, 2 minute news report that aired on KUHF today.http://...
10/31/2012
Preview Of Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Race

Listen to the difference between my opponent and me in this short, 2 minute news report that aired on KUHF today.

http://app1.kuhf.org/articles/1351614758-Preview-Of-Harris-County-Tax-Assessor-Collector-Race.html

Following the defeat of incubant Tax Assessor-Collector Don Sumners in the Republican primary, Harris County voters will now elect a new person for the job. A longtime district courts staffer is now vying for the post against a Houston city councilman.

Wrapped up my trip to Austin this past Friday by meeting with the Secretary of State's office.  Keith Ingram, head of el...
09/17/2012

Wrapped up my trip to Austin this past Friday by meeting with the Secretary of State's office. Keith Ingram, head of elections, spoke to me about a number of issues, including the process for purging voter rolls of deceased voters. This is required by state law, and all 254 Texas counties have to comply. I learned a great deal from Keith and I thank him. BTW, he is a very proud Aggie, and yes, that is our State Capitol in the background!

There is nothing more satisfying than learning from experts in their respective field.  That's why I requested an appoin...
09/17/2012

There is nothing more satisfying than learning from experts in their respective field. That's why I requested an appointment with Tina Morrison, Tax Assessor-Collector for Travis County. She was kind enough to spend time telling me how her department works, and then brought in her department directors to educate me and answer questions. This is how I learn "best practices" and other operating successes. It is giving me a chance to learn how I want to best operate the Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector's office when I am elected.

Attending the Alliance for I-69 Texas luncheon where TXDOT Commissioner Jeff Austin III spoke.  This event also celebrat...
09/17/2012

Attending the Alliance for I-69 Texas luncheon where TXDOT Commissioner Jeff Austin III spoke. This event also celebrated the addition of the first Houston area section of I-69. I was fortunate to meet the Alliance Executive Director, Jennifer Shepard, and pose with the new "official state sign" for the segment.

Visited with Houston Habitat for Humanity's executive director, Algenita Scott Davis, prior to the ribbon cutting.  She ...
09/17/2012

Visited with Houston Habitat for Humanity's executive director, Algenita Scott Davis, prior to the ribbon cutting. She is a very effective advocate for Habitat.

Habitat for Humanity is a favorite charity for many Houstonians.  I was invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony for several...
09/17/2012

Habitat for Humanity is a favorite charity for many Houstonians. I was invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony for several homes, and was happy to attend. Each family has to "invest" 300 hours of sweat equity, take classes on managing home finances, and other personal enrichment requirements.

Our family cat passed away almost 2 years ago.  Kim and I decided we were ready for another, and went to BARC.  There we...
09/17/2012

Our family cat passed away almost 2 years ago. Kim and I decided we were ready for another, and went to BARC. There were so many great cats to choose from, but we settled on a little 2 year old female named "Lily". We have really enjoyed having her in our home.

Spoke to Harris County GOP Senate District 6 members recently.  I want to thank Diane Salazar for coordinating the mealt...
09/17/2012

Spoke to Harris County GOP Senate District 6 members recently. I want to thank Diane Salazar for coordinating the mealtime event.

Greater Houston Partnership has a number of excellent committees.  I like their State and Government Relations Committee...
09/17/2012

Greater Houston Partnership has a number of excellent committees. I like their State and Government Relations Committee and listened to State Representative Patricia Harless give us an update on the upcoming legislative session.

Spoke to Houston Independent Auto Dealers Association last week.  Updated them on my campaign and answered "questions of...
09/17/2012

Spoke to Houston Independent Auto Dealers Association last week. Updated them on my campaign and answered "questions of the day". Good group of small business owners.

The Travis Manion Foundation sponsored the 3rd Annual 9/11 Heroes Run at Ellington Field on Saturday.  Since Ellington i...
09/09/2012

The Travis Manion Foundation sponsored the 3rd Annual 9/11 Heroes Run at Ellington Field on Saturday. Since Ellington is in my city council district, I was asked to welcome the hundreds of runners and other participants. On stage here with Major General Jimmie Jaye Wells, and the Houston Fire Dept Honor Guard, who rang a ceremonial bell for those who lost their lives in the Twin Towers disaster. General Wells is a phenomenal leader. I am proud to call him a friend.

After many starts and stops, we now have a new Community Center in Kingwood.  A formal ribbon cutting ceremony was held ...
09/09/2012

After many starts and stops, we now have a new Community Center in Kingwood. A formal ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Saturday, September 8th. An open house was also on the program, and everyone who attended seemed impressed with this new 12,000 sq ft facility. Special thanks to Joe Turner, our Parks Director, for making it all happen. He was instrumental in the design and construction of the building.

Chris Seay, Pastor and Lead Elder of Ecclesia Church, invited me to attend services yesterday in their new location.  At...
09/09/2012

Chris Seay, Pastor and Lead Elder of Ecclesia Church, invited me to attend services yesterday in their new location. At 1100 Elder Street in Houston, it is near downtown Houston, and that gives it a special feel. Chris has been a family friend, and has even been to city council to lead us in prayer! It was an honor for me to attend and worship with him and everyone else at Ecclesia.

While at the Under Armour event, took a photo with Danell Fields (l), Heath Rushing, Dave Martin, and me (r).  All of us...
09/09/2012

While at the Under Armour event, took a photo with Danell Fields (l), Heath Rushing, Dave Martin, and me (r). All of us are Y supporters and have deep roots in the community.

Under Armour athletic apperal maker partnered with the NBA to sponsor improvements to the Lake Houston YMCA basketball p...
09/09/2012

Under Armour athletic apperal maker partnered with the NBA to sponsor improvements to the Lake Houston YMCA basketball pavilion. They paid for restriping, new lights, new goals, and lots of other improvements. A ceremony was held on September 6th to highlight it all, and to thank the donors and sponsors. I was asked to emcee the event. My family and I have long been supporters of the Lake Houston YMCA!

I had the privilege of leading the pledge to the Texas Flag while at the GOP meeting.  The photo is a little fuzzy, but ...
09/09/2012

I had the privilege of leading the pledge to the Texas Flag while at the GOP meeting. The photo is a little fuzzy, but that is Stan Stanart and me at the podium.

Harris County GOP Executive Committee meeting was this past week.  It is always great to visit with the GOP precinct cha...
09/09/2012

Harris County GOP Executive Committee meeting was this past week. It is always great to visit with the GOP precinct chairs and grassroots activists. Ran into Clear Lake Chair Joe Spence. He stopped and took a photo with Dave Martin and me. Dave is running for my city council seat.

I have heard about the Labor Day Classic football game for years.  Texas Southern University and Prarie View fight it ou...
09/09/2012

I have heard about the Labor Day Classic football game for years. Texas Southern University and Prarie View fight it out for the Durley-Nicks Traveling Trophy. TSU's Dr. Rudley invited city council members as his guest and I attended. This was an absolute shootout, and TSU won by a field goal in the last seconds. Great game, and I will be back next year!

Spoke to Seabrook Rotary on August 30th.  They meet every Thursday at 7:00 at the beautiful Lakewood Yacht Club.  Thanks...
09/09/2012

Spoke to Seabrook Rotary on August 30th. They meet every Thursday at 7:00 at the beautiful Lakewood Yacht Club. Thanks to Terry Chapman for inviting me to speak.

I have a long history of supporting economic development in our region.  However, I voted against an item at city counci...
08/25/2012
Taxpayer-funded incentives to be doled out by downtown group

I have a long history of supporting economic development in our region. However, I voted against an item at city council this week that gives a $37 million tax break for building in certain parts of "downtown Houston". The vote was 12-1, with me as the lone dissenter. Read it and give me your thoughts.

http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Taxpayer-funded-incentives-to-be-doled-out-by-3811422.php

A board representing downtown Houston property owners acquired the power this week to dole out $37 million in taxpayer-funded incentives to developers who build homes in east downtown. [...] Wednesday, the City Council made all the decisions on who gets a tax break to build. The Downtown Living In...

08/25/2012

Friendly reminder......I moved my Twitter account to @MikeSullivanTAC. Please follow me there for latest updates on my City Council activities, and my campaign for Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector. Retweet and help me build my list of "followers".

Many of you know that I am pursuing my Political Science degree at University of Houston-Downtown.  I can see light at t...
08/25/2012

Many of you know that I am pursuing my Political Science degree at University of Houston-Downtown. I can see light at the end of the tunnel, and have only 6 classes left. Dr. Bill Flores was kind of enough to let me address the incoming students this morning. I spoke about why I chose UH-D, and how to achieve student success. It was both an honor and privilege to speak.

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