District K Uniform Election This Saturday

Voters of District K vote for replacement to late City Council Member Larry Green

A man votes at a polling place in McLean, Va., in 2016. Currently, polling places are largely a politics-free zone, but the Supreme Court hears arguments that could change that.

Saturday, voters in Houston's District K will choose between nine candidates vying for the seat of late Houston City Council Member Larry Green.

However, that's not the only reason to go to the polls. Voters around the state will be choosing their local officials.

"Everyone is someone who is representing something that's going to cost you something in your pocketbook, more than lightly. So it's up to the voters to pay attention," said Stan Stanart the Harris County Clerk, and chief election official.

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