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A nonprofit in Brownsville is seeing more immigrants signing up for citizenship classes this year, and more exercising their new right to vote.
Fifty-one-year old Sandra Cantu had never voted before today. Originally from Matamoros, Mexico, Cantu has lived for the last 30 years in Brownsville, just over...Read More
Under pressure, Republican Stan Stanart has dropped his anti-Semitic campaign pitch.
After pushback from media and a top Houston GOP official, Republican Harris County Clerk Stan Stanart scrubbed his re-election website Tuesday night of George S...Read More
The ruling sets a nearly impossible standard for proving allegations of “discriminatory intent,” the only way left to rein in states that pass racist voting laws.
In a ruling delivered June 25, 2013, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts declared that it was time to dismantle a key plank of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. ...Read More
The high court’s intervention raises the possibility that next year’s election may feature “intentionally discriminatory” congressional and state House districts.
In a 5-4 decision late Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the latest round in Texas’ marathon redistricting case, raising the possibility that nex...Read More
'Quite frankly, voter fraud to me is a false argument, in my experience and observation.'
“Quite frankly, voter fraud to me is a false argument, in my experience and observation,” said a San Antonio poll worker....Read More
AUSTIN — When asked about the presidential election, a man who identified himself only as Zion responded, “Didn’t you hear about the guy on the corner wit...Read More
Voters pick candidates for reasons you can’t even imagine, or no reason at all, writes Chris Hooks.
Voters pick candidates for reasons you can’t even imagine, or no reason at all, as Chris Hooks was reminded in Cypress, near Dan Patrick’s house....Read More
Hillary voters, though fewer in number in the deep-red Houston suburb, were more vocal.
Hillary voters, though fewer in number in the deep-red Houston suburb, were more vocal....Read More
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