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Who Are The Turkeys Of The Year?

November brings with it thoughts of Thanksgiving, and Thanksgiving brings with it thoughts of the annual Turkey of the Year competition.

Each year Houston's best and brightest battle it out for the right to be named the ultimate Turkey of the Year, or at the very least a turkey in one of the sub-categories.

Sometimes we think local politicians are acting incredibly stupid, but then we realize -- they're just trying hard for that award. Can't blame them for that.

As always, we look forward to any suggestions and nominees.

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