Tag Archives: Voting Rights
Democrat Diane Trautman is now is in charge of administering the voting rolls for 4.7 million Texans.
The theme of the night for Texas Democrats, if there is one, might be frustration at the top of the ballot while making great strides at the bottom. It should b...Read More
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