• October 30, 2020

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Analysis: Voting in Texas is different from other places. It’s

If the folks in charge wanted everybody in Texas to vote, they would remove every real and imagined obstacle to voting. They do not. They are not. That makes perverse sense: It’s unreasonable to expect elected officials to change the system that got them elected. If you’re winning a game every time, you probably don’t […]Read More

Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote

A federal judge opened a path for a massive expansion in absentee voting in Texas by ordering Tuesday that all state voters, regardless of age, qualify for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic. Days after a two-hour preliminary injunction hearing in San Antonio, U.S. District Judge Fred Biery agreed with individual Texas voters and the […]Read More

Democratic presidential candidates begin to crowd Texas for final pre-primary

HOUSTON — The Democratic presidential candidates have begun flooding Texas for the final sprint before the state’s delegate-rich primary Tuesday. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg kicked off the packed homestretch schedule here Thursday morning, branding Super Tuesday as “our chance to nominate a candidate who will liberate us from the insanity of Donald Trump.” Addressing a crowd […]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