Former KLOL Personality Dayna Steele Wins Texas Democratic Primary
Seabrook, Texas
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March 8, 2018 – Former Houston broadcast personality Dayna Steele has won the Texas 36th Congressional District Democratic Primary, garnering an impressive 72% of the votes cast. The New York Times was among the earliest to call the election for the first time candidate, releasing their announcement less than three hours of the closing of polls on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. The successful business woman, best-selling author, speaker and former KLOL-FM standout will now face a Republican incumbent in the fall elections.

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Calling to mind remarks she made at a press conference announcing her candidacy in May of 2017, Steele observed “The ‘most unlikely candidate for Congress’ is now a step closer to a seat in Washington. I’m going to take a quick but deep breath to enjoy this moment with my family, then it’s back to work.”

On election night, the first time candidate graciously thanked her staff, volunteers, neighbors and friends throughout the district, then took a moment to express thanks to friends from her radio days for their support. Among those who supported Steele’s campaign were legendary artists Joan Jett, David Crosby, and Melissa Etheridge.

The candidate, who traveled the length and breadth of her vast district in a wrapped campaign truck dubbed “Lady Liberty”, was endorsed by the Houston Chronicle and former Houston mayor Annise Parker. She earned the support of Texas AFL-CIO COPE, Our Revolution Harris County, the Houston GLBT Caucus, the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation, Howie’s Klein’s Blue America, and the Sabine Area Central Labor Council, among others.

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Additional details on the Dayna Steele for Congress campaign are available at, including information for volunteers and donors.

About Dayna Steele

Ms. Steele is a native Texan and has lived in Seabrook, Texas for over 27 years. She has been married to NASA Research Pilot and science fiction author Charles Justiz, PhD for over 25 years and they have raised 3 sons. The eldest, Cris, is married and now resides in Colorado with his wife Elizabeth. Middle son Dack is at the University of Texas in Austin, and his younger brother Nick is a high school senior. The family includes 3 rescue dogs and one rescue cat.

The candidate has pledged to protect the interests of the elderly, the young, the poor, veterans, women, the disabled, the LGBTQ community and others whom she feels are not adequately served by the current administration. Dayna Steele has also expressed concern over the future of the Johnson Space Center, which she feels is source of pride, inspiration and economic strength for the bay area.

The Texas Congressional District 36 runs from the Clear Lake area to Toledo Bend, from Lake Livingston to the Louisiana border and encompasses the southeastern portion of Harris County as well as the entirety of Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk and Tyler Counties. The expansive district notably includes NASA and the Johnson Space Center and the Big Thicket Natural Preserve.
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