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.
Dallas To Prioritize Roads In BudgetDallas is aiming to fix many of the worst roads in the city, by making it a bigger priority in the budget.
Clinton, Warren Meet For First 2016 Campaign EventWith the primary season over and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders fading from the spotlight, Elizabeth Warren is stepping up to reclaim her role as leader of the Democratic Party's progressive.
Pro-Trump Hispanics Face Ridicule From Friends And FamilyIn the border towns of Texas, the working-class neighborhoods of New York, and even inside Trump's overwhelmingly white rallies, the pro-Trump Hispanic minority is willing to risk public and private ridicule to defend him.
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.
Texas Voters Stick With Familiar Faces Over OutsidersTurnout in Texas far exceeded recent presidential primaries. Long lines forced precincts to remain open past when polls officially closed, and by early Wednesday, more than 2.6 million people had voted in the GOP primary.
Texas Election Officials Predicting Record Voter TurnoutElection officials are saying voter turnout for the Texas primary could shatter records.
Meaning Of 'One Person, One Vote' At Stake At Supreme CourtTexas was the big winner in the 2010 census when it picked up four congressional seats, due mainly to growth in its Hispanic population. A Supreme Court case being argued Tuesday threatens to diminish Latinos' clout and benefit white, rural voters.
North Texas Voters OK State Amendments & Local Bond PackagesVoters statewide approved all seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution on Tuesday and locally gave the go-ahead for a number of school and road improvement bond packages.
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.
Voters OK Billions From Rainy Day Fund For RoadsVoters have approved referendum taking billions of dollars from Texas' Rainy Day Fund for roads
Down In Polls, Texas' Davis Recalls Own ComebacksTexas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis rallys votes in the final hours.