Texas Lawmakers Faceoff Over House Bill 6 That Would Enact Voting Restrictions Across The StateThe State House is scheduled to take up House Bill 6 today -- but the bill that would enact wide-ranging changes to elections in Texas comes with opposition.
Tarrant County Seeing High Turnout Of Early Voters For May 1 ElectionDuring the first four days of early voting, 28,670 voters were recorded at voting centers, nearly 70% higher than the 17,180 who voted during the same time period in 2019.
Down To The Wire For Mail-In Ballots Not Yet Received By Elections OfficesAn online registry can verify if a ballot has been received or not. Advocates say, when in doubt, make a plan to vote in person on Tuesday.
Tarrant County Election Board Brings In Help To Deal With Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots That Won't ScanTarrant County Elections Administrator Heider Garcia said the problem ballots represent between 2% and 3% of the total early vote.
Houston Drive-Thru Votes Will Count: Federal Judge Rejects GOP Effort To Toss Out 127K VotesThe lawsuit was brought by conservative Texas activists who have railed against expanded voting access in Harris County, where a record 1.4 million early votes were cast.
Texas Federal Judge Set To Hear GOP Challenge To Invalidate Some 125000 Votes In Harris CountyThe battle to have more than 125,000 ballots cast at drive-thru locations tossed out continues in Texas. The GOP is pressing forward -- their petition will be heard in federal court one day after the state Supreme Court rejected the same case.
Republicans Want To Stop Drive-Thru Voting In Texas' Largest County, Judge Sets Hearing For MondayDrive-thru voting in Texas' largest county is being challenged, now a federal judge is taking action.
As Texas Leads The Nation, Early Voting Totals Exceed All Ballots Cast In 2016It has truly been a political record breaking year in Texas. With one day still left in early voting, Texans have already cast more ballots in the presidential election than they did during all of 2016.
North Texans Again Lining Up At The Polls To Cast Their Ballots As End Of Early Voting NearsThe last day of Early Voting is traditionally very busy, so voters across North Texas have again started lining up to beat the deadline and cast their ballot.
Dallas FBI Working To Secure North Texans' Votes: 'I'm Confident The Votes Will Be Counted Accurately'“We’ve been doing elections for more than two centuries and the information environment that we’re operating in right now clearly is challenging,” FBI Dallas Special Agent In Charge Matt DeSarno said.
Texas Supreme Court Backs Gov. Greg Abbott On Limiting Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off SitesThe high-court court ruling upholds a restriction Abbott imposed on Oct. 1, just before early voting in the Nov. 3 general election was to open.