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Friday, December 04, 2015

KPRC 2 & Telemundo Houston to host mayoral debate TONIGHT

Spanish-language viewers will be able to watch the debate live on

KPRC Channel 2, Telemundo Houston, and the League of Women Voters of Houston will host "Decision 2015: Houston Mayoral Debate" on Friday, December 4 at 7 p.m.

With four days left in early voting, the debate will air live on KPRC2, and

The two top-rated television partners as well as the League of Women Voters of Houston Education Fund, and with support from the Greater Houston Partnership, are collaborating to ensure voters know where each candidate stands on the biggest issues impacting our community. Candidates Bill King and Sylvester Turner have committed to take part.

The debate will be hosted by KPRC Channel 2 anchor Bill Balleza and Telemundo Houston investigative reporter Crystal Ayala. Balleza has been at the helm of many big events for KPRC for more than 35 years and anchors KPRC Channel 2 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., & 10 p.m. Ayala reports for Telemundo Houston’s News at 4:30pm, 5 p.m., and 10 p.m.

Candidates will field questions from four panelists, including “Houston Newsmakers” host Khambrel Marshall and Telemundo Houston anchor Martín Berlanga as well as League of Women Voters members Reda Hicks and John Gorczynski. Some of the questions will come from the Greater Houston Partnership as well as viewers.

Spanish-language viewers will be able to watch the debate online at and via the Telemundo Houston mobile app, which is free and available for download on iTunes and Google Play stores.

To follow along on social media, use the hashtags #Decision2015 and #VoteHOU.

(This post was taken from a release sent to me by KPRC 2)

1 comment:

  1. I don't know what was more embarrassing...
    (1) the fact neither Sly or Billy cited the fact that voters already spoke and voted to demolish the Dome when they were asked about the future of that eyesore; or
    (2) the fact that KPRC had one of its female producers, her granddad, and his granddaughter pose a video question on flood zones when they admittedly don't live in a flood zone, yet so many non-employees posed much more relevant questions that went un-asked.


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