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.
Political Sign Spray Painted With 'KKK' Outside Bedford Polling StationVoters lining up outside the Bedford Public Library saw dozens of campaign signs, but one was hard to miss.
Reliability Of Texas' Red Status At Stake With Candidates In A Number Of Tight RacesIt is the nation's largest Republican stronghold, but experts say there's a chance things could be changing in Texas. After a record-breaking three weeks of early voting, there are still a number of races expected to go down to the wire Tuesday.
Texas Has Already Been In The Courts, Now The Nation Braces For Possible Election Day Legal ChallengesWeeks before early voting began and Election Day arrived, the U.S. 2020 Presidential Race was already the most litigated in memory.
'It's Like The Hours Before The Biggest Wedding Ever': Election Administrators, Poll Workers Have Busy Election Day EveDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins predicts turnout in Dallas County could top one million, with as many as 200,000 votes cast on Election Day.
Dallas Voters Should Expect Long Lines Come Election DayLong lines are a hallmark of Election Day, and, even though more than 57% of registered voters have voted in Texas, Tuesday may not be any different.
Houston Drive-Thru Votes Will Count: Federal Judge Rejects GOP Effort To Toss Out 127K VotesThe lawsuit was brought by conservative Texas activists who have railed against expanded voting access in Harris County, where a record 1.4 million early votes were cast.
Before The Polls Close, What You Need To Know On Election Night First, have you voted? If not, make your plan and go vote now. Many states allow same-day registration.
Federal Judge Orders Post Office To Take 'Extraordinary Measures' To Get Ballots ProcessedCourt filings confirm ballots are getting to some American voters late now a federal judge is stepping in, ordering the United States Postal Service to take the "extraordinary measures" the agency announced earlier this week to address the slow down.
As Texas Leads The Nation, Early Voting Totals Exceed All Ballots Cast In 2016It has truly been a political record breaking year in Texas. With one day still left in early voting, Texans have already cast more ballots in the presidential election than they did during all of 2016.
North Texans Again Lining Up At The Polls To Cast Their Ballots As End Of Early Voting NearsThe last day of Early Voting is traditionally very busy, so voters across North Texas have again started lining up to beat the deadline and cast their ballot.
US Postal Service Mail Delivery Is Getting Worse, Putting Ballots At RiskNew statistics show the U.S. Postal Service is doing a worse job of delivering the mail on time, raising concerns that some election may be delayed.