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The Mayor's Race, In Chart Form

The race to replace term-limited Bill White as Mayor of Houston is starting to heat up, in terms of various candidates leaking word that they're interested. The conventional wisdom so far counts four major candidates; unless the conventional wisdom is wrong (and when has that ever occurred?), one of these four people will be the next mayor of Houston.

As always, it is best to examine such things in chart form. After the jump, we do our civic duty.

Update: We did our civic duty miserably -- Gene Locke did not graduate from West Point. Sorry for the misinformation.


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