Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Texas Supreme Court Blocks Order That Allowed Mail-In Ballots Due To Fear Of CoronavirusThe Supreme Court of Texas on Friday blocked an order that had allowed residents to vote by mail if they cite concerns of contracting COVID-19 at polling places.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Says Fear Of COVID-19 Does Not Qualify Residents For Mail-In BallotsTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says fear of contracting COVID-19 does not qualify residents for mail-in ballots even as the pandemic continues.
Federal Trade Commission Warns About Scammers Trying To Profit From COVID-19 Pandemic With reports the government could soon be sending checks or direct deposits to help us, the Federal Trade Commission is trying to get ahead of scammers.
Gov. Abbott Postpones Local Elections, Waives Driver Licenses Expiration DateLocal governments now have the ability to postpone their May 2, 2020 elections until November 3, 2020.
Judge Grants Order Allowing Dallas County To Recount Ballots From 44 Centers That Had DiscrepanciesA judge has granted an order that allows Dallas County to recount Super Tuesday ballots from 44 voting centers that had discrepancies.
Dallas County Petitions For Recount Of Super Tuesday ResultsDallas County is calling for a recount of results from the Super Tuesday primaries after officials said they found discrepancies from 44 thumb drives on that March 3 election day.
Democrats Sue To Block Texas Straight-Ticket Voting In 2020The lawsuit filed Thursday comes after long lines this week snaked out of polling centers in Houston on Super Tuesday.
Texas Man Waits In Line Until 1:30 A.M. To Cast Super Tuesday VoteA Texas man wasn't going to let an hours-long wait deter him from casting his vote on Super Tuesday -- even if it meant waiting until 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Long Lines To Vote Continued Well After Polls Closed In North TexasAnyone in line at 7:00 p.m. was still allowed to vote.
Unsolicited Campaign Texts Blowing Up Your Cell? Here’s How To Stop ThemChances are pretty good you’ve received a number of unsolicited political text messages in recent days, but there’s something you can do about it.