Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris To Campaign In Fort Worth FridayWith polls showing Texas a tight race for president, Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris is set to visit Fort Worth on Friday.
Texas National Guard Will Be On 'Standby' After Polls Close On Election Night, Gov. Abbott Says“We want to make sure in the event there are any protests after the elections are completed we have adequate personnel in place to make sure we are able to address any protests that turn into riots,” Gov. Abbott said.
Political Analysts Shift Presidential Race In Texas To 'Toss-Up'On Wednesday, six days before the election, the Cook Political Report moved Texas from "Lean Republican" to "Toss-Up."
Dallas County Still Awaiting 30K Mail-In BallotsMore than 1,000,000 North Texans have cast ballots in the November election. About 100,000 of them in Dallas County and around 60,000 in Tarrant County are mail-in ballots.
Texas Democrats Look To Gain Control Of State House, Republicans Aim To Maintain MajorityWhichever party controls the Texas House will not only have a say over policy, but redistricting as well.
More Than Half Of Registered Voters In Denton County Have Cast Ballots In November ElectionThe polls may not have looked as crowded on a cold, wet Monday, but the turnout in Denton County continues to smash records.
Collin County Republican Congressman Van Taylor, Democrat Luly Seikaly Compete In 3rd District RaceThe northern Dallas suburbs have been trending more purple. The Cook Political Report previously moved this race from "Likely Republican" to "Lean Republican."
Beth Van Duyne, Candace Valenzuela Battle For North Texas' Open 24th Congressional Seat Considered Toss-UpOne of the most competitive races this year is for the open seat in the 24th Congressional District, which is in parts of Dallas, Tarrant, and Denton counties.
Some North Texans Who Requested Mail-In Ballots Are Choosing To Vote In PersonBecause of COVID-19, more Texans requested mail-in ballots, but concerns over the U.S. Postal Service's ability to deliver the ballots on-time has some people changing their minds.
DART Offering Free Rides To Vote In General ElectionDallas Area Rapid Transit is once again providing free trips to voting locations across the service area on two early voting Saturdays and on Election Day.
North Texas Political Experts Discuss Impact Of Dueling Presidential Town Halls"I think it's unfortunately a very perfect reflection of where our country is today," said UNT Political Science Professor Val Martinez.
3 Early Voting Centers In Tarrant County Open Late Due To Poll Worker's Positive Coronavirus TestThe delay in getting replacement staffs led to early lines at the county’s busiest early voting sites.
First-Time Voters Eager To Cast Ballots: 'I Feel Like I'm Being Heard'A recent Harvard Youth Poll of 18-29-year-olds found that 63% of those surveyed say they will “definitely be voting” compared to 47% in 2016.
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Ruling On Straight-Ticket Voting In TexasTexas begins early voting October 13, and the Texas Secretary of State’s office argued that making a change now would create a “logistical nightmare.”
Prominent Republicans Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott For Expanding Early Voting During PandemicThey argue Gov. Abbott did not have the power to put in place six additional days of early voting without input from the Texas Legislature, which is out of session this year.