City View program from 11/6/16

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Segment 1 - Harris County Clerk Stan Stanart discusses the record early voter turnout in Harris County for the 2016 presidential election. More than a million Harris County residents and more than 24-million citizens nationally voted early to pick our next president.

Segment 2 - Dr. David Branham, a Political Science Professor at the University of Houston-Downtown, discusses the divisive 2016 president campaign. He explores why so many voters are unhappy choosing between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in this year's election. He also makes his prediction on who will become America's 45th president.

Segment 3 - A preview of the city's annual "Houston Salute to Heroes" Veterans Day event which pays tribute to the men and women who have fought for our freedom. Carlos Salazar, Director of the Houston Office of Veterans Affairs, talks about what the city has planned for this year - including a health fair, a moment of silence and a parade. Anthony Mathis with U.S. Family Health Plan discusses a big concern for many veterans - health care. For more information, visit

Segment 4 - More than 300,000 veterans call the Houston area home. We have details on the "Red, White and You" job fair for veterans. Omar Fortune with Workforce Solutions and Larry Stokes with the Texas Medical Center discuss the event which will feature dozens of companies offering full-time jobs paying a minimum of $12 an hour. The event is scheduled for November 10th at Minute Maid Park. For more information, visit