• September 20, 2020

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Analysis: Politics and a pandemic jumble Texas elections

Confused? Nervous that what you heard Tuesday about how to vote in Texas was illegal again Wednesday? Fretting that you might accidentally commit fraud by casting your ballot incorrectly? Sometimes, if you watch too closely, you can’t tell the direction something is going; it’s all stops, starts and misdirection. Current law says Texans can vote […]Read More

5 takeaways from the latest congressional fundraising reports

The fourth quarter of 2019 was a critical time in Texas’ most hotly contested U.S. House races, as candidates who announced earlier in the fall went through their first full fundraising periods and newer entrants looked to make a splash in their first weeks. The congressional battlefield this cycle in Texas is huge. The Democratic […]Read More

Here’s your Texas 2020 March primary ballot

Texas will hold its 2020 primary elections March 3 — it’s one of 14 states to participate in Super Tuesday — and hundreds of candidates across the state have filed to run for public office. Here’s all of the candidates who have filed for the Democratic and Republican primary elections, according to the Secretary of State. […]Read More

Add Texas 2020 election dates to your calendar

2020 is going to be a busy election year. So we have compiled the most important dates in one place — you’ll never have to worry about missing a headline. You can add these dates to your Google Calendar or iCal. Or view them listed in order below. Feb. 3: This is your last day to register to vote […]Read More

Info+Links: November 5th Election – Unofficial Results

Your one stop shop for ballots, info, and results (starting at 7pm)  Please refresh the page in order to load the latest data. **Note: due to the number of races, data and visitors – page loading time may be a bit delayed!** Election Day results will be available after the polls close at 7 p.m.  Election […]Read More

Texas Republicans Mostly Outraising Opponents in Key State Races

Republicans largely outraised their Democratic challengers this summer in the most closely watched races for statewide offices and the Texas Legislature, according to the latest fundraising reports filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. But a handful of exceptions — including the challengers to Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and Attorney General Ken Paxton — highlight some […]Read More

Video: Meet U.S. Rep. Will Hurd and his Democratic Challenger,

Texas’ 23rd Congressional District is enormous – stretching west from San Antonio along the U.S.-Mexico border and stopping just short of El Paso. Its politics are as diverse as its terrain. It is the the only true swing congressional district in Texas. In 2016, more voters in the district chose Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican […]Read More

Who’s on the General Election Ballot in Texas on November

Texas will hold its general election for 2018 on November 6. Below are the Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians who will be on the ballot in statewide, congressional and legislative offices and the State Board of Education. (In a handful of races, an independent candidate also garnered the necessary signatures to earn a spot on the ballot.) Early […]Read More

LULAC Sues Texas, Others Over Electoral College Vote System

SAN ANTONIO – A coalition of activists and attorneys is suing Texas and three other states over their “winner-take-all” system of allocating Electoral College votes. The goal is to overturn a practice that they claim disenfranchises any voter who does not cast his or her ballot for the winning party. Luis Vera, general counsel for […]Read More

Who’s on the Texas Primary Ballots in 2018?

Texas will hold its 2018 primary elections on March 6 — the first state in the country to do so — and hundreds of candidates across the state have filed to run for public office. List below is courtesy our partners over at the Texas Tribune [box type=”shadow” align=”alignleft” class=”” width=””][/box]Read More