Peter Brown, who showed he knows how to spend his wife's money running a mayoral campaign, is showing tonight he can spend it on parties, too.
While the Annise Parker and Gene Locke events are listless and miserly with the freebies, Brown's party at the Heights Theater is crowded, has an open bar and free food, and a DJ playing that there techno music.
"The party is way better than expected and, judging from the television, way more fun than the others," says Kristyn Hogan, a young friend of Brown's son.
No one seems that concerned with the results so far -- the giant TV is playing a movie, or something, Who cares as long as the bar's open and free?
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KHOU has the latest results as Parker 28 percent, Locke 27 and Brown 24.