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Poll workers say the county with the lowest turnout in Texas can’t afford voter stickers.
Poll workers say the county with the lowest turnout in Texas can’t afford voter stickers. Read More
A Presidio man with a criminal history finds out too late that he's eligible to vote.
A Presidio man with a criminal history finds out too late that he's eligible to vote following the completion of his parole. Read More
The border town of Presidio loses money every time it buries a dead horse — and nowadays there are hundreds of them.
Presidio is the last stop for horses on their way to slaughter in Mexico, but many don't make it that far, causing headache, and heartache, for many. Read More
Refujia Roman-Chavez could be a U.S. citizen, but she can't prove it without the cooperation of the West Texas border agents who’ve repeatedly told her to return to Mexico.
Much as undocumented parents have struggled with a sometimes hostile Texas bureaucracy that hinders easy access to their American-born kids’ birth certificates, people like Roman-Chavez, who may have strong claims to citizenship, grapple with the process to verify their claims. Read More