Posted on · Texas Republicans have led their party one way or another for decades. This week's National Convention has been their last hurrah—for now. Jodi Breisler reports from St. Paul.
Posted on · The Republican National Convention's last night is tonight — and that means a big night for one of the Houston police department's K-9 units. As Laurie Johnson reports, the HPD explosive detection canine details was asked to help provide security at the convention.
Posted on · Houston area delegates at the Republican National Convention have had their schedules changed with the arrival of Hurricane Gustav. Jodi Breisler reports from St. Paul, Minnesota.
Posted on · Additional election information from NPR and KUHF is offered on HD2 leading up to the candidates accepting their nominations. Tune in each evening at 7pm on September 2nd and 3rd for coverage of the Republican convention. Each evening will feature the key speeches of the day, interviews from the convention and analysis from NPR's Ron Elving, Ken Rudin and Mara Liasson. All of KUHF's election coverage can also be heard on the KUHF News online stream.
Posted on · In the wake of Barack Obama's speech last night, two Hispanic Texans, including Houston's Rick Noriega, are using that power to dispel the notion that Barack Obama cannot win with Latino Democrats. Jodi Breisler reports from Denver.
Posted on · Candidates for the top three offices in Harris County discuss the problem of Harris County jail inmates who have behavioral health problems. Attendees to the forum hear solutions to a situation that carries a high price tag in dollars and lives lost. Pat Hernandez has more.
Posted on · Contrary to what you may have heard from other sources, the Texas Democratic Party is not giving up on trying to tally the results of the Precinct Caucuses that were held after the state primaries last week. Houston Public Radio's Jim Bell explains.
Posted on · Another deadline for people who want to vote in the Texas Primary runoff elections next month. Today's the last day people who aren't registered can register to vote in the runoffs. Houston Public Radio's Jim Bell reports.
Posted on · There is no doubt that the outcome of the presidential elections represents a major change in politics. But a well known brain and mind expert says which candidate occupies the White House will depend on how the political parties tailor that change to American values. Houston Public Radio's Pat Hernandez reports.
Posted on · Early voting for the Texas primaries hit record numbers. Election officials braced for the same type of turn-out today. Houston Public Radio's Capella Tucker visited three polling locations to see what the mood is.
Posted on · With the Texas primaries coming up tomorrow, the two Democratic Presidential candidates are busier than ever courting minority voters, especially Hispanics. Political pundits and election watchers say Hispanics could determine who wins tomorrow, if they show up. Houston Public Radio's Jim Bell reports.
Posted on · Harris County election officials are bracing for a large voter turnout for the Texas Primaries. More than a half-million voters could cast ballots in the Democratic and Republican races. Houston Public Radio's Jack Williams reports.
Posted on · With less than a week before primary day in Texas, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is looking for last minute support. The New York Senator stopped in Houston last night to look for votes and talked about two issues near and dear to Texans, the space program and energy. Houston Public Radio's Jack Williams reports.
Posted on · Senator Barack Obama is making several campaign stops in Texas. His first was in Houston to speak with a group of veterans. The senator spent more than an hour answering questions and chatting with supporters. Houston Public Radio's Laurie Johnson reports.
Posted on · Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joins energy and environmental leaders this evening here in Houston at a summit on energy security. Houston Public Radio's Ed Mayberry has a preview.