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 Fights Judicial Move That Would Require Voting Map ApprovalA federal court is considering whether the state of Texas can be trusted to make new voting maps after it found racial discrimination in the initial maps that solidified Republican power.
Texans Casting Their Early Ballots For City And School District LeadersEarly voting runs Monday, April 22 through Tuesday, April 30 for dozens of races in cities large and small across North Texas.
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.
Entrepreneurs Compete For Votes And Cash In United Way Dallas’ Social Innovation CompetitionWe may be a few weeks away from election day, but voting has already started in United Way’s Social Innovation Competition.
Gerrymandering Lawsuits Pending In Texas And 11 Other StatesGerrymandering is on trial as the U.S. Supreme Court and judges consider whether mapmakers manipulated boundaries of legislative districts for their own advantage.
Dallas County Plan Would Make It Easier To Vote On Election DayUnder a plan approved Tuesday by Dallas County Commissioners, voters would be able to go to any polling place in the county on Election Day.
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.
Dallas Stays Blue On Election Night, Senate Stays RedIt was not the statewide “blue wave” Texas democrats hoped for, but the gap narrowed in some of the biggest statewide races.
Voters Sent Elsewhere On Election Day From Popular Early Voting Spot In KellerFor hundreds of voters in Tarrant County, finding a candidate they liked may have been easier than finding a place to vote.