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What Does An Election Judge Do – And Who Gives Them That Gig?

Early voting for the March 6 primaries in Texas started this week. But, if you plan on voting on Election Day, it’s possible you might run into someone at your polling location with the title of “election judge.” As part … Continue reading

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Jury finds Democratic state Sen. Carlos Uresti guilty of 11 felonies, including fraud

State Sen. Carlos Uresti, D-San Antonio, could face years in prison and lose his seat after he was found guilty of multiple felonies Thursday.

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Can Voters Loyal To One Party Cause Chaos In The Other Party’s Primary?

If you’re loyal to a particular political party, have you – or a fellow Democrat or Republican – at least thought about voting in the opposing party’s primary? Maybe for a person you think would be a weaker candidate in … Continue reading

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Jury Deliberations Begin In Federal Criminal Trial Against State Sen. Uresti

Closing arguments were delivered Tuesday from both the defense and prosecution in the federal trial against State Sen. Carlos Uresti and his involvement in the bankrupt fracking sand company Four Winds Logistics.

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Who Decides Where Texans Cast Their Ballots?

In this primary election, voters will decide who appears on November’s general election ballot. From now until March 2, you can cast your ballot at any polling place in the county where you’re registered. But on Election Day, most Texas … Continue reading

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Like Texas, California Once Had A Maternal Mortality Crisis. Here’s How The State Solved It.

An alarming number of women die while pregnant or shortly after giving birth in Texas. According to national researchers who say the U.S. as a whole has a serious problem, Texas is an “outlier” when it comes to its high … Continue reading

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2018 Elections: What You Need Know Before Early Voting

The midterm elections are often the overlooked middle child of any election cycle. But while they don’t get as much press as races during Presidential election years, the stakes are high. Thirty six states, including Texas, are voting for governor in … Continue reading

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UT/TT Poll: Clear sailing for Abbott, Patrick, uncertain waters for Bush, Miller

Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick are far ahead of their Republican primary opponents in the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, but the Democrats running for those two high offices face more difficult paths to their party’s … Continue reading

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D23 Candidate Angela Villescaz Talks About her Low Profile, and Grassroots Approach

Angela “Angie” Villescaz is one of the 5 democratic candidates that have entered the district 23 race.  The Ulvadle resident has largely kept a low-profile compared to her opponents. She’s had no website or real social media presence. But she says … Continue reading

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D23 Candidate Angela Villescaz Talks About Her Low Profile and Grassroots Approach

Angela “Angie” Villescaz is one of the 5 democratic candidates that have entered the district 23 race.  The Uvalde resident has largely kept a low-profile compared to her opponents. She’s had no website or real social media presence. But she says … Continue reading

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