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Mid-Week Match-Up: And Then There Were Two

Houston is barely coming off the adrenaline rush of the mayoral election, and already it has been set careening into the non-stop thrill ride of the runoff.

You thought Annise Parker and Gene Locke brought the high-octane heat in the first round? You ain't seen nothing yet. (Probably because you weren't paying attention, and who could blame you?)

Parker and Locke now battle it out mano-a-womano without the distractions of far feebler, less electric candidates.

It is on, brosephs. And luckily, it's Wednesday, which means we can put everything in chart form to make things clear.


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