Elections

Six GOP State Lawmakers File Legislation Ahead Of Session To Prevent Mail Ballot Fraud

“This bill SB 208 is about making sure all votes in Texas are counted legally..."

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Texas AG: Harris County’s New Elections Office Is ‘Null And Void,’ Orders Officials To Rescind Actions Or Face Legal Action

“Harris County voters deserve an open and transparent process and unfortunately these letters from the Secretary of State..."

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Texas Democrats Have Failed To Pass Voter Access Legislation For years. The Pandemic May Change That.

More than 60 election-related bills have been filed in the House and Senate in the three weeks since the election...

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San Marcos City Council Approves Updated Locations, Hours For Runoff Election

The runoff will be held on December 8 for the position of Mayor and the remaining one-year of Council Member…

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Congressman, Direct Action Raise Concerns About Election Fraud In Texas, Offering Over $1M In Rewards

"Many candidates are afraid to fight ballot fraud after they lose because they don’t want to be called sore losers,…

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San Marcos City Council Swears In Newly Elected Council Members

“I am convinced that there was NO voter fraud in our just concluded election in San Marcos and Hays County,”…

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Hispanics Helped Trump Win In Florida, Texas, Analysis Of Election Data Shows

More Hispanics voted for President Donald Trump on Election Day, helping him secure wins in Texas and Florida...

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Hays County Commissioners Canvass November 2020 Election Results

Of the county’s 153,614 registered voters, 109,107 (71.3%) cast a ballot this November. Nearly 100,000 voters took to the polls…

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Mexia Social Worker Charged With 134 Counts Of Election Fraud

A number of them have been declared mentally incapacitated by a court, thereby making them ineligible to vote in Texas...

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More Than 145 Million Reasons To Demand Transparency

Journalism cannot be practiced fairly or ethically if we silence the newsmakers – whether their opinions...

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