Arlington Voters To Decide On Quarter-Cent Sales Tax Increase In MayCity leaders say they want to generate more money, but put the least possible burden on people who live in the city. The city wants to boost the sales tax rate from 8% to 8.25%.
Arlington Leaders Want To Increase Sales Tax, Voters Could Decide In MayThe city wants to boost the rate from 8% to 8.25%. “This is decision our citizens will need to make,” said Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams.
$13M Animal Shelter To Open In Fort Worth By 2021For the first time since 1998, the City of Fort Worth will have a new animal shelter.
Today Is Voter Registration Day, Make Sure You're Ready To Cast Your BallotToday is Voter Registration Day and organizations in North Texas and across the country are hitting the streets to increase "awareness of voter registration opportunities".
After US Citizenship Flub, Texas Governor Names Ruth Ruggero Hughs As New Election ChiefGovernor Greg Abbott has appointed a new secretary of state after his previous elections chief resigned amid backlash for wrongly questioning the U.S. citizenship of tens of thousands of voters.
Latina Voting Organizer Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez Enters Race For Cornyn's Senate SeatThe founder of a Latino progressive group in Texas is joining the growing list of Democrats challenging Republican Sen. John Cornyn in 2020.
Beto O'Rourke Launches Criticism At Joe Biden: 'We Cannot Return To The Past'"That cannot be who we are going forward. We've got to be bigger, we've got to be bolder, we've got to set a much higher mark," said O'Rourke regarding Democratic frontrunner Biden.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Hires Former Elections Chief David Whitley As Special AdviserDavid Whitley's new job as a special adviser will reportedly pay him a salary of $205,000.
Texas Secretary Of State David Whitley Resigns On Final Day Of Legislative Session"I built a bridge for opposing voices to engage in dialogue to improve election integrity and access," Whitley said in his resignation letter.
After Bungled Voter List, Texas Secretary Of State David Whitley On Brink Of Losing JobTexas' embattled elections chief who wrongly questioned the U.S. citizenship of tens of thousands of voters was on the brink of losing his job Sunday.
Texas AG Fights Congressional Request For Info On Bungled Citizen Voter ListTexas' attorney general is challenging efforts by the U.S. Congress to obtain documents related to the state's bungled search for voters who aren't U.S. citizens.
Poll: Texans Evenly Split On Building Border Wall; Oppose Emergency Powers By Wide MarginTexas voters are evenly split 48 - 48 percent on whether to build a wall on the Mexican border, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
After Nearly A Month Texas Secretary Of State Apologizes For Flawed Noncitizen Voter ListTexas' election chief has apologized for releasing a botched list of nearly 100,000 voters whose citizenship was called into question before being fully vetted.
Texas Secretary Of State Comments Since Sharing Flawed Noncitizen Voter ListSecretary of State David Whitley spoke publicly Thursday for the first time since his office questioned the citizenship of thousands of Texas voters.
Civil Rights Organizations Suing Over Texas Voter Citizenship ReviewCivil rights organizations are suing Texas officials about alleged plans to purge thousands of naturalized citizens from its voter rolls, a move that intentionally targets minority voters, according to their lawsuit.