Posted on · Only about six percent of the voting population turned out for Houston's run-off race over the weekend. But those 57,000 voters seemed to have a particular message for city hall: We want change.
Posted on · Houston's run-off election is this Saturday and there are two races that affect all Houston voters — the At-Large positions. Andrew Burks is running for Position Two against Kristi Thibaut. Burks is a minister and owns a small telecommunications business.
Posted on · Kristi Thibaut is a former State Representative who is running for election to Houston City Council. Ms. Thibaut is in the run-off race for At-Large Position Two – running against Andrew Burks. At-Large Two is the council seat left open by term-limited Councilmember Sue Lovell.
Posted on · Jolanda Jones – a two-term Houston Councilmember and attorney – is running for a third and final term in At-Large Position Five against challenger Jack Christie. Jones and Christie have been in the same match-up before in 2009 – Jones won that run-off race.
Posted on · This Saturday, the City of Houston will hold a run-off election for several Houston Council races. All this week we'll hear from the candidates – including Jack Christie – a Houston chiropractor and former Chairman of the Texas State Board of Education.
Posted on · On December 10th, Houstonians will vote in four Houston City Council run-off races. The ballot includes two candidates for District A: incumbent Brenda Stardig and challenger Helena Brown. It's a race that few people expected to end up in a run-off.
Posted on · Eight candidates for Houston City Council are in run-off races on December tenth. The races are important but unlikely to draw many voters.
Posted on · The day after just barely pulling out win — Annise Parker says she's excited about keeping her job as Houston's mayor. Parker narrowly won re-election last night after coming very close to a run-off race.
Posted on · Getting barely 52 percent of the vote — Houston Mayor Annise Parker eked out a win without ending up in a run-off. That could present challenges for the mayor as she works with a number of new council members.
Posted on · Annise Parker returns to the mayor's office for a second term winning 50-percent of the votes cast.
Posted on · In one of the most high-profile Houston races, Councilwoman-at-large Jolanda Jones heads into another runoff against a former challenger.
Posted on · Election officials say voter turnout is typically low for non-presidential elections. Add bad weather to the mix and things can really get bad. Bill Stamps stopped by a couple precincts to see how things were going.
Posted on · The Harris County Clerk is predicting a smooth day of voting for Election Day tomorrow. About 65,000 people took advantage of early voting, which wrapped up on Friday.
Posted on · Tomorrow is Election Day. Voters will have their say on 10 state constitutional amendments, local school board seats, and mayoral races, including one in Houston. Nearly 65,000 voters in Harris County went to the polls to cast ballots during early voting.
Posted on · Election Day is tomorrow and there are six people vying to be the city's chief executive. Annise Parker wants mayoral re-elect and five other candidates are in consideration for the position as well.