Fort Worth Residents Warned About Postcard Asking Them To Verify VotesResidents in Fort Worth were warned Friday about postcards being mailed to people who voted in local elections in May. It asks voters to go online and verify their votes.
Dallas Leaders Work To Ensure Smooth Runoff Election Saturday After Issues On May 1District 8 councilman Tennell Atkins says the delays on May 1 were unacceptable. Now, the county election department is making sure that doesn’t happen again.
Democrats Walk Out, Stop Texas Republicans' Sweeping Voting BillA sweeping voting bill in Texas that was on the verge of Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk failed to pass Sunday night after Democrats walked out of the House chamber before a midnight deadline.
Texas Senate Passes Sweeping Voting Bill After Overnight DebateAfter a debate that lasted through the overnight hours, Texas Senate Republicans muscled a sweeping voting bill to the cusp of the governor's desk early Sunday.
Texas State Senator Says Deal On Controversial Elections Bill 'Very Close'Among other things, the legislation will ban counties from sending out unsolicited mail ballot applications and from establishing 24-hour voting and drive-thru voting.
Texas House Gives Final Approval Of Controversial Elections BillRepublicans have said the bill would restore confidence in state elections, while Democrats have said it would suppress votes, especially for those of people with color.
Texas GOP Chair Allen West Champions Election Bills As Opponents Increase Efforts Against ThemCivil rights and community organizations and prominent Texas Democrats are increasing their campaign against two controversial Texas election bills -- Senate Bill 7 and House Bill 6.
"People Have Lost Faith In Their Elections,' Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick On Why SB7 Is NeededTexas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is holding a news conference to discuss the Election & Ballot Security Bill, which was recently passed by the Texas Senate.
Woman Arrested For Alleged Election Fraud, Illegal Voting In TexasA woman has been arrested in connection to alleged election fraud and illegal voting, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Wednesday.
As Early Voting Begins, Shelley Luther And Drew Springer Say Changes Needed To Governor's Authority During PandemicEarly voting began Wednesday in the runoff election for the State Senate District 30 race, which stretches across 14 counties in North Texas.
Democrat Candace Valenzuela Concedes To Beth Van Duyne In North Texas Congressional RaceDemocrat Candace Valenzuela has conceded to Republican Beth Van Duyne, who will now represent Texas' 24th Congressional District.
SMU Reminds Students About 'Responding Respectfully To The Election'It's a topic the university felt was important as stress weighs on the school’s many first-time voters
Tarrant County Elections Admin Asks Judge For More Time To Count Thousands Of Defective Mail-In BallotsIn an urgent court hearing Wednesday, Tarrant County’s elections administrator asked a judge to allow his office more time to count thousands of defective mail-in ballots.
North Texas Woman Offers Snacks And Conversation At Polling SitesA North Texas woman offered snacks and conversation at polling places on Election Day.
How To Vote In North Texas If You Recently Tested Positive For COVID-19If you or someone you know recently tested positive for coronavirus, you still have the right to vote in-person, it makes no difference if you are sick or in quarantine.