Posted on · We discuss the Texas Supreme Court upholding a new state law affecting county elections in this week's political roundup.
Posted on · Political experts share their thoughts on recent headlines in political news; plus, Rep. Joaquin Castro on the floating barrier in the Rio Grande.
Posted on · Teare, who left the DA's office to run against Ogg, reported nearly $750,000 in campaign contributions during the first six months of the year. Ogg received nearly $56,000 during the same time span.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Harris County Attorney Christian Menefee announced the county is suing the state of Texas over bills passed during the Texas Legislature specifically targeting Harris County elections. Menefee joins us to explain.
Posted on · One bill eliminates the county administrator. The other gives the Texas Secretary of State new authority.
Posted on · Early voting ends Tuesday night, with Election Day scheduled for Saturday.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: The Rockets hired Ime Udoka as their new head coach because of his championship accumen, but is he worth the baggage stemming from his suspension in Boston related to a relationship with a female subordinate?
Posted on · On Monday's show: We learn about a pair of bills in the legislature that could change who's in charge of elections in Harris County. And we offer you a chance to vent about your pet peeves and frustrations about life in Greater Houston.
Posted on · State Senator Paul Bettencourt and State Representatives Briscoe Cain and Mike Schofield have filed identical bills that would force counties with more than 1 million residents to eliminate the appointed office, handing its functions over to elected officials.
Posted on · Harris County commissioners on Tuesday authorized the development of a program that would train and pay a dedicated corps of existing employees to help administer elections in the county, which has been scrutinized for its handling of recent elections.
Posted on · The law suit alleges that the Harris County Elections Administration Office failed to turn over records and is refusing to turn over records that are "patently germane" to understanding what happened in the 2022 elections.
Posted on · We’re doing a four-part series to examine how Harris County’s 2023 fiscal year is being impacted by the smaller budget it was forced to work with after Republican commissioners boycotted meetings late last year.
Posted on · We learn why former Republican candidate for Harris County Judge, Alexandra del Moral Mealer, is formally contesting the results of the November election.
Posted on · The post-election analysis by the Harris County Elections Administrator’s Office could not yet determine whether alleged paper ballot shortages had kept people from voting, as the Harris County Republican Party has charged.
Posted on · Houston-area Republicans Mike May and Erin Lunceford, who both lost their races on Nov. 8, are asking for the results to be invalidated and for new elections to be held.