LULAC Sues Texas Secretary Of State, AG Over 'Attempts To Suppress Latino Voters'LULAC filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against David Whitley, Texas Secretary of State and Ken Paxton, Attorney General regarding continued attempts by the State of Texas to suppress Latino voters.
Texas Secretary Of State Is Stepping DownAfter two years of service, Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos notified Governor Greg Abbott Thursday of his departure from office, effective December 15.
Escobar And Garcia Become Texas' First Latina CongresswomenTexas Democrats elected the state's first two Latina congresswomen and flipped at least two GOP-controlled House seats.
Despite House Loss, Trump Still Sees Midterms SuccessResigned to the loss of one-party control over Washington in Tuesday's elections, President Donald Trump celebrated the GOP successes.
Voters Sent Elsewhere On Election Day From Popular Early Voting Spot In KellerFor hundreds of voters in Tarrant County, finding a candidate they liked may have been easier than finding a place to vote.
Early Voters Waiting For Results As Many Texans Head To The PollsPeople across the country are heading to the polls and at many locations in North Texas voters lined up early to cast their ballot in the 2018 mid-terms.
Biggest Test For Governor Abbott May Come After ElectionGreg Abbott is poised to follow Rick Perry and George W. Bush as Texas Republican governors who handily won re-election and elevated their national profile in the process.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Mid-Term ElectionsFacebook said it blocked 115 accounts for acting suspiciously and possibly having links to foreign groups attempting to interfere in Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections.
Fox And NBC To Stop Airing Trump Immigrant Ad Deemed RacistCNN had rejected the same ad, declaring it racist.
Early Voting Ahead Of Midterms Reveals Vote-Related ProblemsProblems, including rejected voter registrations and malfunctioning voting machines, have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday's midterm election.
Texas Couple Helps Finance Redistricting Ballot MeasuresA growing movement to curb partisan gerrymandering will be put to the test Tuesday in several states and many of those efforts are being bankrolled by a Texas billionaire couple.
Democrats, GOP battle For Latino Voters Ahead Of MidtermsHispanic voters will make up 12.8 percent of the American electorate on November 6 and have the potential to swing elections across the country.
U.S. Election Integrity Depends On Security-Challenged FirmsA trio of companies — including Austin's Hart InterCivic — sell and service more than 90 percent of the machinery on which votes are cast and results tabulated.
Texas Democrats' Take Bus Tour To Rev-Up VotesTexas Democrats are crossing the state on their "Fair Shot Bus Tour" -- making nearly 50 stops in 10 days.
Large Texas Counties See Strong Turnout On Early Voting's 1st DayNearly 690,000 people in Texas' 30 largest counties cast ballots on the first day of early voting.