Harris County GOP opposes Metro bond proposition and tables mayoral endorsement -What's Your Point?

This week's panel: Wayne Dolcefino, Carmen Roe, Charles Blain, Chris Tritico, Michelle Maples, and Antonio Diaz join Greg Groogan to talk about Harrris County politics.

Harris County's once powerful, Republican party, met mid-September to make some potentially meaningful pre-election decisions, most notably, the membership voted "to table" a proposed endorsement in the Houston Mayoral race. A development widely viewed as a set back for candidate Bill King, and a potential benefit for candidate Tony Buzbee.

Republicans did vote to oppose the multi-billion dollar bond proposal from Houston Metro, a measure pushed by the mayor and others looking to expand mass transit, opposed by others who predict a boondoggle with Houston taxpayers left holding the bag.