How To Vote In North Texas If You Recently Tested Positive For COVID-19If you or someone you know recently tested positive for coronavirus, you still have the right to vote in-person, it makes no difference if you are sick or in quarantine.
'It's Like The Hours Before The Biggest Wedding Ever': Election Administrators, Poll Workers Have Busy Election Day EveDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins predicts turnout in Dallas County could top one million, with as many as 200,000 votes cast on Election Day.
With 'Passions Running High' Dallas County Political Party Leaders Make Bi-Partisan Statement On ElectionDemocratic Party Chair Carol Donovan and Republican Party Chair Rodney Anderson called for patience and calm as election officials count all the votes.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Appeals Federal Judge's Ruling On Limiting Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations; Stay GrantedTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an appeal on a judge's ruling that blocked the governor's order on limiting mail ballot drop-off locations.
Federal Judge Blocks Texas Gov. Abbott's Order That Limits Mail Ballot Drop-Off LocationsA federal judge has blocked Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's order that limits mail ballot drop-off locations to one per county.
Texas Sen. John Cornyn, Challenger MJ Hegar Talk Coronavirus, Supreme Court Seats, Key To VictoryU.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Democratic challenger MJ Hegar spoke with CBS 11 News political reporter Jack Fink ahead of their debate on Friday night.
Dallas County Elections Department Awarded $15M Grant For COVID-19 ResponseThe Dallas County Elections Department was awarded $15,130,433 from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) to assist with critical resources and staffing needed in preparation for this year's election. 
Old Navy Will Pay Employees To Work At Election Polls In NovemberOld Navy has announced it will pay its employees to work at the polls in November's presidential election.
Pandemic Among Reasons For Nearly 200 Fewer Voting Centers In Dallas County For Primary RunoffUnder the governor's orders, voters are not required to wear masks inside polling places, but it is strongly recommended.
Coronavirus: Gov. Abbott Postpones May 26 Primary Runoffs Until July 14Texas Governor Greg Abbott has postponed the May 26 primary runoff elections until July 14 because of the coronavirus threat.
Unsolicited Campaign Texts Blowing Up Your Cell? Here’s How To Stop ThemChances are pretty good you’ve received a number of unsolicited political text messages in recent days, but there’s something you can do about it.