HOUSTON – Bill King officially kicked off his second campaign for mayor of Houston.
In front of a room full of supporters Monday morning, King said he's confident the second time is a charm.
King lost in 2015 to then-candidate Sylvester Turner in a hard fought, close race.
King missed the office by only a two-percent margin, with Turner winning by more than 4,000 votes.
King said nothing has gotten better in the last four years.
"The truth is we have a city government that doesn't live up to the people that live in it. I'm telling you right now, we're going to change that once and for all," King said.