Texans Casting Their Early Ballots For City And School District LeadersEarly voting runs Monday, April 22 through Tuesday, April 30 for dozens of races in cities large and small across North Texas.
No Timeline: O'Rourke Not Rushing 2020 Decision Despite BuzzIf the deep field of potential Democratic presidential contenders is on pins and needles as Beto O'Rourke decides his next move, it could be a long wait.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Mid-Term ElectionsFacebook said it blocked 115 accounts for acting suspiciously and possibly having links to foreign groups attempting to interfere in Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections.
Ted Cruz Squares Off Against Rising Star Beto O'Rourke For Senate SeatBeto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz square off today in their hard-fought race that could help determine control of the Senate.
Cruz-O'Rourke Hogs The Attention, But Texas Ballot Is LoadedWhile all eyes in Texas are on the unexpectedly close U.S. Senate race, further down the ballot Tuesday are races that could determine control of Congress.
Both Sides Ignoring Swing Voters In Hot Texas Senate RaceBoth Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz are trying to fire up the loyalists they see as key to victory, even if it means slighting moderates and undecided voters.
Cruz, O'Rourke Debate May Be Last Chance For Big MomentTuesday night is the last televised debate in Texas between Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, and from national polls to divided households the race appears to be close.
O'Rourke Raises $38.1M, Triples Cruz Despite Sagging PollsO'Rourke announced Friday that the funding came from more than 800,000 donors.
Sheriff Loses Election To His Deputy, Fires Him Moments LaterBon Homme County Sheriff Lenny Gramkow was soundly beaten by Deputy Mark Maggs on June 5.
Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2-25-18Dr. Laura Murillo of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce talks with: Judge Ed Emmett, Juliet Stipeche, Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Isabel Longoria, and Stan Stanart.
University of Houston & Office of Stan Stanart 10-30-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President & CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) sits down with Dr. Jeronimo Cortina (University of Houston) and Hector De Leon (Office of Stan Stanart) to talk about this year’s polarizing Presidential election.
Jamie From King County: "15 Is A Lot"
"If The South Would Have Won" Would We Have It Made?Intern Roger Dunlop visits the polls to find out "if the South would have won" would we have it made?
Opinion: Florida's Voter Purge Attempts To Stifle Democrats and MinoritiesElected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.