Texas Has Already Been In The Courts, Now The Nation Braces For Possible Election Day Legal ChallengesWeeks before early voting began and Election Day arrived, the U.S. 2020 Presidential Race was already the most litigated in memory.
Texas Federal Judge Set To Hear GOP Challenge To Invalidate Some 125000 Votes In Harris CountyThe battle to have more than 125,000 ballots cast at drive-thru locations tossed out continues in Texas. The GOP is pressing forward -- their petition will be heard in federal court one day after the state Supreme Court rejected the same case.
Republicans Want To Stop Drive-Thru Voting In Texas' Largest County, Judge Sets Hearing For MondayDrive-thru voting in Texas' largest county is being challenged, now a federal judge is taking action.
Texas Supreme Court Backs Gov. Greg Abbott On Limiting Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off SitesThe high-court court ruling upholds a restriction Abbott imposed on Oct. 1, just before early voting in the Nov. 3 general election was to open.
Dallas Police Preparing For Potential Election-Related Unrest"Let's just be honest, 50% of the population is not going to be happy,” Dallas Police Association President Mike Mata said.
Will Closed Ballot Drop-Off Sites In Texas Reopen? Latest Legal Salvo Strikes Down County Box LimitsWith the 2020 election a little more than two weeks away, the legal back-and-forth over the number of drop-off locations for hand delivered absentee ballots in Texas continues.
5th Circuit Reinstates Texas Governor’s Order Limiting Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off Locations To 1 Per CountyThe Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with Republican Governor Greg Abbott and reinstated his order to shutdown dozens of mail-in ballot drop-off locations across the state of Texas.
Court Rules Texas' Largest County Cannot Send Unsolicited Mail-In Ballot Applications To VotersOn Wednesday the Texas Supreme Court ruled that more than 2 million people in the states most populous county -- and one of the worst impacted by COIVD-19 -- cannot send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters.
Texas Democrats Unveil Plan To Flip State From Red To Blue In 2020The Democratic Party of Texas is laying out its plans to end decades of Republican dominance in the state.
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.
Prairie View A&M Students File Early Voting LawsuitA group of students from a historically black university have filed a lawsuit alleging a southeast Texas county is suppressing the voting rights of its black residents.
Texas AG Wants School District Emails Related To VotingCBS 11 obtained a copy of the request Mesquite ISD received from the Texas Attorney General, asking for emails from all principals and the superintendent that have anything to do with voting.
New Voter ID Bill Prompts Texas To Ask Court For More TimeTexas wants a long-running voter ID lawsuit put on hold now that Republican lawmakers are proposing legislation that would comply with a federal court's ruling last year that found the existing law discriminatory.
Supreme Court Rejects Texas Appeal Over Voter ID LawThe Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Texas in its effort to restore its strict voter identification law.
New Laws And Rulings Could Cause Election Day ConfusionWith more than 120 million Americans expected to cast ballots for president this fall, the nation's voting process seems more convoluted than ever and rife with potential for confusion come Election Day.