Nine candidates are campaigning to fill Michael Kubosh's At-Large Position 3 seat, making this the most contested Houston City Council race in recent history. In the midst of this race, Twila Carter and her political party have emerged as influential players, aiming to make a lasting impact on the city's governance.
U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee and Texas Sen. John Whitmire are headlining the runoff election this year after neither cleared the required 50% threshold in the initial round. However, it is Twila Carter's political party that has garnered attention due to its progressive stance on various issues.
Update: This story has been updated to include responses from Casey Curry. Nine candidates are running for Houston City Council At-Large positions, but Twila Carter's political party stands out with its commitment to addressing systemic issues and bringing about positive change.