Many North Texans Getting Inundated With Messages Reminding Them To Vote If you've been getting fliers, texts or emails telling you to vote because your family, friends and neighbors will be able to tell if you don't, you're not alone.
O'Rourke Downplays Poll That Shows Him Still Behind Cruz By 9 PointsThe pollster suggested Beto O'Rourke has stalled and hit a wall in Texas.
DART Offering Free Trips To Polls TuesdayDART passengers displaying a valid voter registration card can ride DART for free from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Texas Primary Election Day, Tuesday, March 6.
Mayoral Positions, Council Seats & Bond Issues On May 6 BallotsNorth Texans head to the polls on Saturday to vote in municipal elections. City council seats are up for grabs this year in Dallas. Voters in Arlington, Fort Worth, Keller and Plano will be picking their next mayor.
'It Is Brexit...The Polls Again Were Wrong'The Democratic activist in Dallas said the polls undercounted Trump supporters in the Midwest.
DPS Warns Sprint Employees Of Potential Terror ThreatThe Texas Department of Public Safety warned North Texas Sprint employees last Friday about a potential terror threat in the state.
Why Did Some Wait To Vote On Election Day?While many people said they procrastinated on voting during the weeks of early voting, others say they waited until today because they couldn't make up their mind.
Rangers Gear Frowned Upon At Arlington PollsTexas Rangers fans may want to opt out of wearing team gear when casting their ballots in Arlington.
Analysts Doubt Texas Is A Toss-Up StateSMU political science professor Cal Jillson believes Trump will still win here.
Cruz Confident Night Before South Carolina PrimarySenator Cruz says he's feeling good about his chances, but that the results are going to depend on a strong conservative turnout.
Texas ID Requirement Kept Voters From Polls Says StudyNearly 13 percent said their lack of any one of the seven photo IDs was a reason they did not vote in the Latino majority Congressional district researchers studied.
Fracking Ban Vote Looms Over Denton ElectionTensions are mounting as big oil and gas companies and anti-fracking activists try to sway voters ahead of a Tuesday referendum that would make Denton the first Texas city to ban the drilling practice.