Who will lead Houston next? Locke and Parker have opinions
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.
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 in the race, City Controller Annise Parker and former City Attorney Gene Locke, talked to The Texas Tribune about their experiences trying to win the state's most powerful local office.
They also discuss — in the separate audio interviews linked below — a more critical question: How they plan to win.
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