• May 11, 2021

Tags : texas vote

Analysis: Mentions in a Few News Stories Can’t Turn a

Despite the constant stream of stories about the midterm elections, most candidates on the Texas ballots aren’t getting much attention outside of their small circles of supporters, donors and advisors. As a result, some have rejiggered their campaigns into grassroots efforts to hound reporters and editors into mentioning their names every time those news outlets […]Read More

Advocates Push for More Latino Votes in Texas

HOUSTON – Many political pundits speculate that Texas could take a major step toward becoming a blue state on Tuesday, and believe the Latino vote could be the difference. Texas has the second largest bloc of Latino voters in the country, but historically, they have not turned out in high enough numbers to affect the […]Read More

Texas to Russian official: Stay out of our Polling Places

Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos has said no to Russian officials’ request to watch Texans vote, according to correspondence obtained by The Texas Tribune. “Please note that only persons authorized by law may be inside of a polling location during voting. All other persons are not authorized and would be committing a class C misdemeanor […]Read More

Record 15.1 million Texans Registered to vote in November Election

Texas registered a record-breaking 15,100,824 people to vote in the November election, the secretary of state’s office said Wednesday. That’s about 85,000 more than the office’s preliminary estimate last week, and862,388 more than were registered in time for the March primaries. About 78 percent of Texas’ voting-age population is registered to vote in November, according to the […]Read More