You know the drill by now. You can find polling locations here, and you can see a Google map and download a spreadsheet of voting locations in the open Council districts at Greg’s place. The Tax Assessor’s office would like you to know that they are available to help if you have any questions as well. If you look over on the sidebar, there’s a widget to follow Houston Mayor-related chatter on Twitter, courtesy of Greg. And if you still haven’t made up your mind in a race or two, you can listen to my interviews with the candidates to help you decide.
I have not said much about who I am supporting in the Mayor’s race. I wanted to keep an open mind and give all the candidates an opportunity to convince me to support them. In the end, I gave my vote to the candidate who started out as my preference, Annise Parker. I respect Peter Brown and Gene Locke, and I believe either one of them would do a good job if elected. But I believe Annise Parker is the best candidate, and I am happy to vote for her. I hope you will consider voting for her as well.
CNN ran a story yesterday about Parker and Houston’s mayoral election. They also talked to me about the race, which you can see at the end of the clip:
If you missed seeing that, you will have another opportunity to miss seeing me on TV tonight, when I join Nancy Sims on KHOU to talk about today’s election. My advice would be to go to an Election Night party and watch us from there. Happy voting!