New Laws And Rulings Could Cause Election Day ConfusionWith more than 120 million Americans expected to cast ballots for president this fall, the nation's voting process seems more convoluted than ever and rife with potential for confusion come Election Day.
Legal Cases Could Affect How Texans Cast Ballots In NovemberA flurry of legal activity this year could affect how 14 million registered Texas voters cast ballots in November's presidential election.
Frisco To Vote On Confusing, Controversial Alcohol Proposition Saturday“It is confusing ballot language,” said Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, who along with every member of the city council oppose the proposition.
Las Vegas Caucus Site May Have Ballot ProblemsThe Republican National Committee says it is concerned about reports of double voting at a troubled caucus site in Las Vegas.
Texas Democrats Approve 6 Ballot Referenda For Public VoteThe referenda address economic security and prosperity, the criminal justice system, climate, the Voting Rights Act, campus carry and comprehensive immigration reform.
Push To Expand Frisco Liquor Laws Looks To May, Not NovemberActivists wanting to bring package stores to Frisco say voters will decide the issue, but not as soon as they had first hoped.
Johnson, Martinez, Smoltz On Baseball Hall Of Fame BallotRandy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz are among 17 newcomers on baseball's 2015 Hall of Fame ballot.
NBA All-Star Ballot Expands To Include All Players The NBA is expanding the All-Star ballot to include all players, and pushing back the start of voting so fans can better consider their choices.
Wendy Davis Votes Early, Rejects Talk Of Long OddsTrailing in polls and money with just two weeks until Election Day, Democrat Wendy Davis on Monday cast her ballot on the first day of early voting and rejected talk that her bid for Texas governor is headed for defeat.
Garland ISD Asks Voters To Approve $448 Million Bond PackageThe Garland school board asked voters to approve its largest bond package ever Monday night.
DISD Board To Hear Arguments For & Against Home RuleOn May 22, for the first time, the Dallas Independent School District will hear arguments for and against a home rule charter. The pros and cons will come from the two main groups who've formed on both sides of the issue.
Heated Dispute In Dallas Co. Constable Race Over NameWhat's in a name? It's becoming a crucial question in a political race in Dallas County. The dispute involves the seat for the Dallas County Constable 5th precinct.