Willie Davis

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election

Background

Willie Davis served in the US Army during the Vietnam War, and after returning home, became a pastor.  He founded the MacGregor Palm Community Baptist Church in Houston and has been the senior pastor there for around 30 years [1]. In politics, he previously ran for City Council position in 2019. During his candidacy, he strongly advocated against the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance [4]. He is the former President of the Minister’s Advisory Board to the Mayor and former Vice President at the Metropolitan Minister’s Alliance [1]. Davis serves as the chaplain at the Harris County Republican Party [3].

Key Issues

Crime

Davis supports stricter law enforcement and judges that keep tighter sentences on violent offenders. Davis believes that higher criminal activity will lead to people leaving the city of Houston, which is why addressing crime is one of his top priorities [2]. 

Infrastructure

Davis supports increasing funding to repair streets and other public infrastructure [4].

Endorsements

Houston Business Connections Newspaper

Sources

1 Willie Davis for City Council
2 Fox 26 Houston
3 Harris County Republican Party
4 Houston Style Magazine