This election is a mess. Trump’s comments on election rigging have only added to that mess.
Why Republicans should stop fear-mongering about voter fraud.
With the midterm elections fast approaching, it’s hard to imagine that the voting situation in Texas could get any more confusing.
A federal judge in Corpus Christi called the state's voter ID law "an unconstitutional poll tax"
The voter ID law that went into effect this year remains controversial—and the subject of a federal lawsuit. Even some Texas legislators have had trouble with it.
The illogical politics of immigration reform.
Senator Donna Campbell puts a new twist on the debate over photo ID: You can't say "I do" until you show the proper form of identification.
The law requiring Texas voters to present photo ID at the polls is currently held up in court. Here's a list of all the different forms of identification you can use to vote.
A federal court struck down Texas' voter ID law today, but on July 13, Texas Monthly editor Jake Silverstein spoke to Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who had this to say about the case.