Posted on · Christopher Suprun is the second Texas elector to balk at voting for the Republican nominee for president.
Posted on · Art Sisneros, of Dayton in Liberty County, says his conscience will not allow him to cast his vote in the Electoral College for Trump. The state’s remaining 37 Republican electors will name Sisneros’ replacement when they meet in Austin in December.
Posted on · And this is what they told us:
Posted on · Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room at a small rally in Houston days ago.
Posted on · A largely pro-Clinton crowd turned up to watch the presidential debate at the Axelrad Beer Garden in Midtown.
Posted on · The presidential candidates traded barbs over their economic and trade plans, national security and race relations in the U.S.
Posted on · The Democratic vice presidential nominee held out hope for Texas Democrats, comparing their situation to his home state of Virginia when he first ran for statewide office.
Posted on · Ken Paxton is asking the justices to restore the state's Voter ID law. But any decision will likely come after the November election.
Posted on · The Democratic presidential candidate’s regional office opened September 10. Two days later, it remains short of equipment. It's unclear if the GOP's nominee has an office in Houston.
Posted on · Lawyers returned to court to force Texas officials to live up to an order by a federal judge, which would make it easier for people without a formal ID to vote in the November presidential election.
Posted on · Delegates, including former Democrats who had backed Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, nominated the Green Party’s 2012 standard bearer for a second run at the White House.
Posted on · For many, the 2016 Presidential election is different from any they remember. How did we get here? That is the question many are asking, but some say we've been here before.
Posted on · The lieutenant governor says he has been speaking to the Trump campaign about how to win over Texans put off by the Republican nominee’s rhetoric.