Tag Archives: Voting Rights
Abysmal compliance with a decades-old state law is leaving at least 180,000 high school seniors off the current voter rolls, according to a new report.
About two-thirds of Texas high schools are not following a state law that mandates giving all eligible students the opportunity to register to vote, according t...Read More
A GOP-backed bill, which Democrats said would be challenged in court as voter suppression, will be considered by a Senate committee Thursday.
A Republican-backed bill passed the House after two hours of heated debate in which Democrats said it could lead to a civil rights lawsuit....Read More
Does disarray in the Dallas GOP spell doom for the Texas Republican Party? Plus a woman who's literally dead of the 2016 election, and another round of Stump-A-Ferner trivia.
On the Texas Miracle podcast: Are things spiraling out of control for the Texas tea party? Plus ferners face Texans in a bout of Lone Star sports trivia....Read More
A D.C. group has asked the DOJ to investigate the alleged voter intimidation tactics of a West Texas sheriff featured in a recent Observer investigation....Read More
Very, very few Texans have gotten election identification certificates (EIC), the new state-issued form of photo ID for those who don’t have it—340 Texans, ...Read More