• April 19, 2021

Tags : texas primaries

On First Day of Early Voting in Texas Primaries, Turnout

On Tuesday, more Democrats cast primary ballots than Republicans on the first day of early voting in the 15 Texas counties with the most registered voters. That hasn’t happened since 2008. Fifty-four percent of the day’s 51,249 in-person votes in those counties Tuesday were cast in the Democratic primaries, according to the Texas secretary of […]Read More

EPCC to Host Forums for Upcoming Primary Election

The El Paso Community College (EPCC) Political Forums Committee will hold primary debates and town halls for the March 6, 2018 primary elections. “Most people don’t worry too much about the primaries, so they save their voting power for the general elections.  We think it is crucial for voters to elect the best nominee from […]Read More

Analysis: The Winner-Take-Some Texas Primaries

Every presidential candidate wants to win in Texas, but the state’s major parties will also be rewarding second- and even third-place finishers in this year’s primaries. It’s not a winner-take-all state unless a winner proves to be extravagantly popular with Texas voters. In all likelihood, the Republicans and the Democrats will be awarding delegates to […]Read More

AARP Texas Asks Candidates for Their Social Security Plans

AUSTIN, Texas – AARP Texas is seeking answers from all the presidential candidates running in the March 1 Texas Primary regarding their plans to keep Social Security solvent. Early voting begins today in Texas, which is the biggest delegate prize for candidates among the 12 states holding elections on “Super Tuesday.” Rob Schneider, manager for […]Read More