Posted on Voters in House District 139 will have two opportunities in less than a month to have their say.
Posted on Harris County is offering registration assistance to residents rendered homeless by this week’s historic flooding.
Posted on Democratic U.S. Reps. Gene Green and Al Green say their districts suffered from a shortage of voting machines and last minute poll station changes that discouraged participation by Hispanic and African-American voters.
Posted on The former Houston city councilman would be a formidable challenger to Republican incumbent Ron Hickman, particularly if Donald Trump is the GOP’s presidential nominee.
Posted on A lawyer with a pretty good track record against the city has joined in on the lawsuit over the city of Houston’s referendum to change term limits.
Posted on The Harris County Attorney’s Office is looking into an allegation that Le doesn’t really live in the district he represents.
Posted on Vice President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday from the White House Rose Garden that he has decided not to run for the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election.
Posted on Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday suspended his bid for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, facing dwindling resources, bare bones staff and a staggeringly low position in the polls.
Posted on Former City Attorney Ben Hall was the runner-up in the 2013 election for Houston mayor. He’s back this year in a crowded field vying to replace Annise Parker, who is not running due to term limits.
Posted on The former Texas governor isn't polling well enough to be in the top ten candidates seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. That likely means he, and the five or six others near the bottom of the polls, will be in an earlier debate on Thursday.
Posted on Bernie Sanders' recent visit to the University of Houston makes him the latest in a string of presidential candidates to campaign in Greater Houston. A change to the state's primaries may be responsible for the frequent visits to Texas.
Posted on Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush enters the 2016 presidential race with perhaps more ties to Texas than any other candidate in the field besides the two who live here: former Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz. The state central to his family's political DNA will never be too far removed from Bush's White House ambitions.
Posted on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited Houston Thursday to accept a leadership award from Texas Southern University.
Posted on Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry launched his presidential campaign website and video ahead of his announcement.
Posted on The Republican has long said he would announce in late May or early June whether he would launch what has become an all-but-guaranteed second bid for the White House.