A showdown in Las Vegas had the presidential candidates firing shots at each other during Wednesday night’s final debate.
The final presidential debate is underway in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Perry says there is no way Texas will turn blue this election, despite recent polls showing a tight race in the Lone Star State.
Donald Trump continues to say this election could be “rigged” against him. Your state officials have said that’s not the case.
Here is The Latest news from the third and final presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced earlier this week that a 30-second commercial will air for one week in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San …
A big shift from previous elections where a Republican nominee for President has won Texas by at least 11 points.
Just like Vegas, this election cycle has been all flash, no substance.
Calling into a San Antonio radio show Tuesday, Trump said San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor should be “ashamed” of herself.
A record 68 percent of registered voters in Travis County are expected to vote in the presidential election, which will mean major crowds on…
Voters can choose to write-in a name from a list of eligible candidates approved by the Texas secretary of state.
It’s all a numbers game. Find out what it takes for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to win the White House.
Moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News will have new information about both candidates to delve into during this debate.
Currently, Hillary Clinton’s campaign has $68 million on hand and Donald Trump’s campaign has $50 million on hand.
After Trump raised questions about the election process, we wanted to know who looks over the process here in Central Texas.
Comparing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s child care and family leave 2016 proposals.
Dr. Jill Stein will make two stops in Austin Monday.
Video posted to Twitter showed the officers wearing the red “Make America Great Again” baseball caps as they posed for photos with Trump.
State lawmakers are proposing to cut the budget for several state agencies by 4%.
A record 15 million people are now registered to vote in Texas and a young and growing voting block could play a big role in November.