Election 2020

U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw Calls Expanding Mail-In Voting ‘Playing With Fire’ Despite Rarity Of Voter Fraud

Posted on · Crenshaw, a freshman Republican from Houston, made the comments in an interview during The Texas Tribune Festival that aired Monday. He also discussed immigration and changing voting patterns in Houston.

Houston Matters

Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Houston’s Role In The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, And The Battle Over Mail-in Balloting (Sep. 2, 2020)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Houston's role in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, our political experts look into the court battles over mail-in ballots, and handwritten letters make a comeback.

Election 2020

Texas Sues Harris County To Stop It From Sending All Voters Applications For Mail-In Ballots

Posted on · The Texas secretary of state had threatened the legal action last week, but Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins indicated he would not drop his effort to send out absentee ballot applications to more than 2 million registered voters.

Texas

In Texas, USPS Woes And State Deadlines Could Leave Voters Without Enough Time To Return Mail-In Ballots

Posted on · In Texas' major counties, almost 99% of mail-in ballots were counted during the July primary runoff election, a Tribune analysis shows. But election officials say postal service disarray and a record number of requests mean people should ask for their absentee ballots well before November's Election Day.