Republican Greg Abbott is bringing the governor’s race back to the Texas border, where Democrat Wendy Davis is on the defensive after losing heavily Hispanic counties in this week’s primary election.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst has called for an investigation into the voter registration methods of Democratic group Battleground Texas.
Voters in north Austin will choose a new member of the Texas House.
Intern Roger Dunlop visits the polls to find out “if the South would have won” would we have it made?
Texas’ top races on Election Day 2012 likely won’t have many surprises.
A judge’s order that absolved Texas counties from purging potentially dead people from voter rolls before the November election is being challenged by state prosecutors.
Texas Republican voters made their preferences clear: The tea party is in and incumbents are out.
Mitt Romney isn’t going to win the black vote. But he’s making a pitch to African-Americans at the NAACP’s annual meeting, giving a major speech that’s also aimed at showing independent and swing voters that he’s willing to reach out to diverse audiences — and demonstrating that his campaign and the Republican Party he leads are inclusive.