Joe Holley

Politics Writer, Houston Chronicle

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Politics writer at the Houston Chronicle; former writer for the Washington Post

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Headlines around the country have announced that America's fourth largest city has elected a lesbian mayor, but that's not the big news in Houston, Texas.

Sexuality of Houston's New Mayor No Big Deal for Texans

Headlines around the country have announced that America's fourth largest city has elected a lesbian mayor, but that's not the big news in Houston, Texas.

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