2012 Election

Republicans Lose Supermajority In Texas House Republicans are certain to maintain their majority in the Texas Legislature after Tuesday's general election. The only question is by how much.
Voters Give Deceased Texas Senator 1 Last Win Voters have given deceased state Sen. Mario Gallegos one last victory in Harris County.
Biggest Late Poll Problem Long Lines In Key States Voters in key states such as Florida and Virginia waited in long lines hours after polls closed Tuesday night to cast ballots, even as politicians and their supporters urged them not to give up despite the long delays.
Republican Map Rejected, Election Maps Won't ChangeInterim voting maps in Texas won't be altered before the November elections, following a federal court rejecting the state's original Republican-drawn maps as discriminatory.
Making The Grade
Obama's Kill List
Opinion: TGIO: Thank God It’s Over
Opinion: Revisiting Obama’s Rev. Wright Controversy
Romney Clinches GOP Nomination With Texas Win Mitt Romney clinched the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a win in the Texas primary, a triumph of endurance for a candidate who came up short four years ago and had to fight hard this year as voters flirted with a carousel of GOP rivals.
Ron Paul's District Up For Grabs In Texas PrimaryRepublicans scrambling to replace Ron Paul and fill four new U.S. House seats are among the most closely watched congressional races in the Texas primary.
Opinion: The Rebirth Of The Birthers Aborted By Romney
Justice Department Opposes Second Voter ID Law In TexasA photo ID requirement for voters in Texas could disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of registered Hispanics, the Justice Department declared Monday in its latest move against Republican-led voting changes in many states that have drawn protests from minorities, poor people and students.
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