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Kim Ogg

knows a lot about keeping our communities safe. She’s a former Executive Director of Crime Stoppers whose leadership resulted in the arrest of thousands of felons for unsolved murders, rapes, robberies and serious property crimes. She served as Houston’s first Anti-Gang Task Force Director and oversaw a 40 percent reduction in gang violence. And she’s a former Chief Felony Prosecutor who literally wrote the textbook on fighting criminal street gangs.

Kim understands that the best and fastest way to make our neighborhoods safer is to target the real criminals – violent predators and gang members who commit serious crimes. Instead, our current district attorney is wasting millions of our limited tax dollars jailing thousands of low-level drug offenders. Our jails are overcrowded, and drive-by shootings, identity theft and burglaries are on the rise.

Kim will modernize the DA’s office, using technology and common sense to target crime cartels and local gangs responsible for increasing gang-related murders, human trafficking and the child sex trade, identity theft and burglaries of cars and homes — the real criminals who prey on us. She will reform our grand jury system and make sure drug forfeiture funds are used effectively against violent criminals, white-collar thieves, environmental polluters, and those who would betray the public trust through corruption and oppression.

Join Kim’s campaign to make Harris County safer today. Vote for Kim in the Democratic primary on March 4. Early voting starts February 18.


KIM OGG'S PLAN: TARGET THE REAL CRIMINALS


Kim Ogg is a tough former prosecutor who knows how to make our neighborhoods safer. As the former Executive Director of Crime Stoppers, her leadership resulted in the arrest of thousands of felons for unsolved murders, rapes, robberies and serious property crimes. As Houston’s first Anti-Gang Task Force Director, Kim oversaw a 40 percent reduction in gang violence. As a former Chief Felony Prosecutor in the Harris County DA’s Office, Kim built a tough and fair reputation trying and convicting the most dangerous offenders and advocating for crime victims’ rights.

As our next District Attorney, Kim Ogg will:

1Prioritize prosecution of the most dangerous criminals instead of non-violent small-time drug users;   Read More...

2Put non violent offenders to work cleaning our waterways and bayous to repay our community;   Read More...

3Increase prosecution of theft, fraud, environmental crime, and those who would betray the public trust through corruption and oppression;

4Ensure that the conviction of those accused of crimes are based on sound evidence so that no innocent person is wrongly convicted;

5Promote reform of our grand jury system so that the system of community checks and balances better reflects the entire community; and

6Effectively target investigation and prosecution of gangs and cartels responsible for increasing murders, human trafficking, and burglaries of our cars and homes — the real criminals who prey on us.