Kinky Friedman’s song “Before All Hell Breaks Loose” begins, “Time to resign from the human race.” Today, we will find out if he thinks it’s time to do the same in the governor's race.Full Story
Gene Locke is a lawyer and former City Attorney of Houston. He was a candidate in the Dec. 12, 2009, runoff for mayor against City Comptroller Annise Parker. If elected, he would have been the city's second black mayor.
Born in East Texas, Locke graduated from the University of Houston, where he received a bachelor's degree in political ...
If you trust the latest polling, Gene Locke has some sprinting to do today if he wants to catch up in the race to be Houston’s next mayor.Full Story
There was a bittersweet note of unity preceding what will undoubtedly prove a poignant Veteran’s Day.Full Story
If Williamson County DA John Bradley is sick of the spotlight, then he got appointed to the wrong commission. Of course, many people would argue that regardless.Full Story
Next month Houston voters will select a new mayor for the first time in six years, replacing the term-limited Bill White. The two remaining candidates discuss their paths to victory.Full Story
Enroll in a soon-to-be tier-one university, frolic freely along the coast, and create a buffer zone around your military base!Full Story
On an election day notable for its lack of civic activity, Houston voters sent two of their mayoral candidates to a runoff next month, and Texas voters approved all eleven proposed amendments to the state constitution.Full Story