The close of business Monday is the filing deadline for necessary paperwork to compete in Texas primaries on March 4, with winners advancing to November’s general election.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is putting new emphasis on education in his campaign to replace Gov. Rick Perry.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn is calling for big-tent inclusiveness among Republicans, and suggesting that his party needs to be the “responsible adults in the room and actually govern.”
The Astrodome was a technological marvel when it opened in 1965. It was the first domed and air-conditioned stadium and became Houston’s defining landmark.
Tuesday is Election Day across Texas, and the polls are officially open to voters! Polling places opened at 7:00 a.m. and will stay open until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
When voters in Houston head to the polls Tuesday, they could be deciding whether shuttered Astrodome is saved or razed.
Voters in the Houston suburb of Katy will decide Tuesday whether or not to approve a bond package that includes $69.5 million for a new, 14,000-seat football stadium.
The new Texas voter ID law is already in effect for this election season, and was used across the state during early voting. The law is intended to deter fake voters, but several public officials have already run into issues.
Voters have a final day to cast ballots early for Tuesday’s election on nine proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.
Gov. Rick Perry plans to cast his ballot as part of early voting. The Republican is scheduled to vote Wednesday at the Austin Public Library’s Howson Branch.
Voters across Texas can now start heading to the polls before the November 5 election. Early voting begins Monday morning.
The top two candidates for governor will address the Texas’ largest law enforcement union.