Republican primary voters will be asked if they're in favor of the Eighty-third Legislature redrawing the maps.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the district court in San Antonio needs to go back to the drawing board and draft up a new set of redistricting maps.
A three-judge panel in D.C. federal court began hearing arguments on Texas redistricting Tuesday.
The justices heard arguments on Monday, but they found themselves on a sticky wicket and are no closer to making a decision.
Now that the High Court has turned its lofty gaze on the issue, here are the five things you should know about latest news in the redistricting saga.
Is Election Day making you feel boozy? You aren’t alone. A number of Texas bars and restaurants are planning for customers to drink in ecstatic celebration or deep sorrow tomorrow after hitting the polls. If you’re in the mood for drink or two after casting your vote, check out some of these election-inspired cocktails from around Austin and Houston.
Texans who take the time to do their civic duty will consider ten proposed constitutional amendments, while local decisions range from picking Houston's mayor to banning booze on the Comal.