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Houston Matters for Mon., Nov. 4, 2013

It’s okay. You can admit it. You just now realized there’s an election tomorrow, and, well, you haven’t really been paying attention. Yeah, there have been the requisite ads on TV and the radio – you’ve been tuning them out. Look, we get it. You’ve been busy. And frankly, those political ads can wear you […]

It’s okay. You can admit it. You just now realized there’s an election tomorrow, and, well, you haven’t really been paying attention. Yeah, there have been the requisite ads on TV and the radio – you’ve been tuning them out. Look, we get it. You’ve been busy. And frankly, those political ads can wear you out. Well, never you mind, because Houston Matters has your back. On this edition of the program, we offer an election preview for procrastinators. We walk through races, ballot initiatives, voting requirements – everything you need to know before you head to the polls tomorrow, but just haven’t had the time to ask.

More Interviews: Mayor Annise Parker | Ben Hall | Profiles of All 9 Mayoral Candidates

Also this hour: we discuss some of the challenges associated with starting your own business in Greater Houston. We’ll welcome your questions for Rosalind Wyatt, President and Chief Marketing
Strategist of the Houston-based Marketing Elements, which advises Houstonians in the development and execution of their businesses.

And we’ll discuss a busy weekend in sports, including the latest on Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak, who collapsed while exiting the field during halftime of last night’s Texans/Colts game. As of Monday morning, Kubiak remains hospitalized, in stable condition. We’ll talk with CultureMap Houston sports columnist MK Bower.

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