Tag Archives: Voting
By Public Radio Staff On Tuesday, voters in West Texas weighed in on a handful of state and congressional races, including a dramatic race for Congressional District 23 that’s still unresolved. Below you’ll find primary results for State Senate District … Continue reading
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune A federal judge opened a path for a massive expansion in absentee voting in Texas by ordering Tuesday that all state voters, regardless of age, qualify for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune A coalition of voters and civil rights groups opened a new front Monday in the legal wars over mail-in voting in Texas during the new coronavirus pandemic.
By Marfa Public Radio Beginning Tuesday. Feb. 18, Texas voters will head to polls to cast ballots in several statewide and legislative races, including the presidential primary. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know ahead of voting in … Continue reading
By Marfa Public Radio Early voting for next month’s election begins Oct. 21 and runs through Nov. 1. Throughout the state, voters will weigh in on 10 constitutional amendments. You can find a break down of each amendment here, and … Continue reading
By Emma Platoff, Texas Tribune SAN ANTONIO — As part of an ongoing flurry of litigation in federal court here over the state’s bungled citizenship review of its voter rolls, a federal judge on Monday told a handful of Texas … Continue reading
By Alexa Ura and Emma Platoff, Texas Tribune For the second time, the Senate Nominations Committee met this week to approve the governor’s appointees — and for the second time, the Republican-dominated committee did not call a vote on David … Continue reading
By Ashley Lopez, KUT A Latino civil rights organization filed a lawsuit in federal court today against Texas’ effort to identify non-citizens who are registered to vote. The lawsuit brought by the the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) … Continue reading
The Texas Senate race was very, very close – closer than any statewide election in recent history – and Latinos could be part of the reason why. “Latinos are becoming a political force to be reckoned with in the state,” … Continue reading