The Legislature added an option for voters without valid IDs per a court order, but for the homeless population it might not be enough.
The candidates on the Republican ballot may compose the weakest ticket in terms of career accomplishments the Republican party has ever laid before voters. Take the race for comptroller: The four candidates (Harvey Hilderbran, Glenn Hegar, Debra Medina, Raul Torres) have thin resumes, Hilderbran excepted (he has been chairman of
The University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll results today are not surprising. They show Greg Abbott with a hefty 47-36 lead over Wendy Davis in the race for governor, with 17 percent undecided. That lead is to be expected; of more concern for the Davis campaign should be their inability
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.