Tight race for Harris County district attorney — Will Anderson or Ogg take the seat?

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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — If the presidential election has you bummed out because you don't like either candidate, there's good news.

The race for Harris County District Attorney has people on both sides fired up, and we actually have two qualified candidates! Republican Devon Anderson is running for re-election against challenger Kim Ogg, a rematch from the 2012 district attorney race.

Ogg is a former prosecutor with the DA's office. A University of Houston poll from late October showed Ogg with a seven-point lead over Anderson. Ogg said she's feeling "cautiously optimistic."

Anderson believes her history serving Harris County will put her ahead.

"I think that the last three years of what I've done in office is going to carry the day," Anderson said.

Anderson also feel confident because Harris County voters already know her.

Two strong candidates ready to battle for their beliefs.

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