Judge Says Texas Isn't Complying With Voter Registration LawA judge has ruled that Texas isn't complying with a decades-old voter registration law and wants a quick fix.
Community Rallies Around Woman Sentenced To Prison For Illegal VotingCrystal Mason, a mother of four, said she didn't realize when she voted in the 2016 general election she was violating the law.
Supreme Court Takes Up 2nd Major Partisan Redistricting CaseThe Supreme Court has already heard a major case about political line-drawing that has the potential to reshape American politics. Now, before even deciding that one, the court is taking up another similar case.
Texas Doesn't Require Party Ballots EverywhereThe Texas secretary of state says the Democratic and Republican parties pay for polling locations during the state's primary elections, meaning that ballots for both don't necessarily have to be offered at all locations.
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.
Profile: Democrat Andrew White And His Primary Run For GovernorDuring an interview White summed up his campaign: "I'm a common sense Democrat and I'm running to bring sanity and reason back to state Government."
Texas Primary Sets Midterm Cycle Voting Turnout RecordEarly voting for the Texas primary isn't yet over, but the state has already set a non-presidential cycle record for the number of people turning out.
Proposed Ballot Measure Seeks To Bar Noncitizens From VotingMontana's constitution and statutes already define a qualified voter as a U.S. citizen who has been a resident of the state for at least 30 days.