Nov 04, 2015

HERO overshadows mayoral race as voters head to polls - Houston Chronicle

Despite more than $10 million invested in the Houston mayor's race, it is the city's polarizing equal rights ordinance that appears to be driving voters to the polls, a pattern that is expected to continue today as residents cast ballots for city and school races, county bonds and state constitutional amendments. During their budding campaigns, the half-dozen major candidates focused on...

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