Texas Democrats Lament No 'Blue Wave' In General Election: 'Not A Lot Has Changed'“One of the net takeaways from this election is that in Texas, not a lot changed,” said Kimi King, a political science professor at the University of North Texas.
Texas Republicans Celebrate Election Night ResultsDemocrats had hoped to make big gains in the state, but Dave Carney, political consultant for Governor Greg Abbott's campaign said it was a bad night for Texas Democrats. "They got crushed."
Downtown Dallas Businesses Not Letting Guard Down During Presidential Election Results UncertaintyMultiple businesses have boarded up their window as a precaution in case there is unrest once the election results are known.
Texas' Election Winners And Losers Go To Work Removing Their Campaign Signs Or Face FinesCandidates in Texas have 10 days after an election to pull up their signs or face a possible fine.
CBS News Calls Texas For President Donald TrumpCBS News projects that President Donald J. Trump has won Texas' 38 electoral votes.
Beth Van Duyne Leads Candace Valenzuela For North Texas' Open 24th Congressional Seat“It’s a tough race. We knew that all along," Van Duyne told supporters Tuesday night as election results rolled in.
Lines To Vote Not Too Long In Collin County Where 85% Cast Ballots EarlyVoter turnout has already shattered records in Collin County, North Texas' third largest county, with thousands more people still casting ballots on Election Day.
'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.
Survey: More American Stressed Out Over Election Day 2020 Than In 2016Experts say election anxiety is real, and it’s amplified by the ongoing pandemic and concerns about the economy.
Voters To Decide On Record $3.7B Dallas ISD Bond ProposalThe bond would fund improvements for the district from safety and security upgrades, to new technology, as well as existing building renovations, 10 new facilities and 14 replacement schools.
US Senate Candidate MJ Hegar Rallies Supporters In North Texas Hours Before Election Day: 'It's 4th And Goal'The decorated combat veteran has crossed the state during the past couple of days from Houston, Austin, San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley.