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.
Marilyn Manson Not Voting In Presidential ElectionMarilyn Manson isn't supporting either presidential candidate. The rocker said that he has no intention of voting for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump this November because "neither one of them appeal to me."
FBI Warns Of Possible State Election-System HacksThe FBI is warning state officials to boost their election security in light of evidence that hackers breached related data systems in two states.
Frisco ISD Moves Forward After Rejected Property Tax IncreaseAfter a divisive election that saw lawn signs throughout Frisco neighborhoods adamantly supporting both yes and no positions, a majority of voters chose to reject a higher tax rate to fund day-to-day school district operations.
Frisco ISD Voters Reject Property Tax IncreaseVoters in Frisco ISD rejected a proposed $0.13 property tax increase Saturday. The tax hike would have gone to hiring more teachers/staff and to decrease class sizes.
Texas Hispanic Voting Bloc Largely UntappedTexas is home to 10.2 million Hispanics, 19 percent of the country's Latino population. About 5 million of them will be eligible to vote in the 2016 presidential election, but less than half may register and fewer still are likely to cast ballots.
Texas Reaches Deal On Weaker Voter ID Rules For NovemberTexas has agreed to weaken its voter ID law as federal courts across the U.S. block states from using Republican-imposed election restrictions in November.
Texas Makes Deal On First Election Under Weaker Voter ID LawTexas has struck a deal on new voter ID rules for the first election since a federal appeals court this week ruled that the state's ballot-box restrictions are discriminatory.
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.
Appeals Court To Re-Hear Texas Voter ID Case On May 24A federal appeals court in New Orleans has set a May 24 date for its re-hearing of a Texas voter ID law. The 2011 Texas law requires 14.6 million registered voters to show picture identification at the polls.
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.
Early Voting Begins Tuesday For March 1 Texas PrimaryEarly voting starts this week for the March 1 Texas primary election. Early voting begins Tuesday and runs through February 26