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A new Quinnipiac University poll of Texas voters finds 47 percent support Cruz, the Republican incumbent, while 43 percent back O’Rourke, an El Paso Democrat.
Voters added seven amendments to the Texas Constitution on Tuesday. The mostly noncontroversial propositions won by wide margins of up to 70 points, via KUT News.
Early voting for Jeff Davis, Presidio and Brewster counties has begun, and continues through Friday, November 2. Early voting will take place at the following locations: In Fort Davis at the new Jeff Davis County Clerk’s Office, 111 North State … Continue reading
LISTEN NOW: Decisions in Jeff Davis County
Although more people are moving into Jeff Davis County, it still has one of the nation’s lowest population densities in the nation, with just over one person per square mile. Despite its vast lands, the county still relies on the … Continue reading
The final of three debates between Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama is being held Monday night. KRTS will broadcast live NPR coverage of this debate, from 8 to 10 PM. The focus will be on foreign policy. The … Continue reading
Today (Thursday October 18) KRTS & Marfa Public Library are hosting a community dialogue about education at the library at 6:30 PM. We have invited teachers, administrators, parents, and local citizens to gather to have a conversation about education & … Continue reading
On Tuesday night is the second of three scheduled presidential debates between President Barack Obama, of the Democratic Party, and challenger Mitt Romney, of the Republican Party. The debate will be held at Hofstra University in New York state. NPR … Continue reading
Tune in Thursday, October 11 from 8 – 10 PM for a live broadcast of the debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan. The hour and a half debate will be followed by a half hour of analysis from the … Continue reading
Listen to the first debate among the major party presidential candidates. On-the-air Wednesday night at 8 PM.
This Saturday at 6 PM (Sept 29), tune in for Intelligence Squared U.S. The product of two court decisions, Citizens United and SpeechNow.org v. FEC, Super PAC spending is on course to make 2012 the most expensive presidential election in history. These supercharged political action … Continue reading