A look at American voting rights from the Articles of the Confederation to the Motor Voter Act of 1993.
In the last days before the election, local political parties will gear up to keep an eye on one another. As the public’s eye has been focus…
Tuesday is your last chance to head to the polls and help choose our next president, and a local voter says if she can still vote, so can yo…
Comey sent a letter to Congress Sunday informing them that the FBI has “not changed our conclusions” from earlier this year that she should …
On this week’s State of Texas: In-Depth, we look closer at issues facing state lawmakers beyond election day.
According to the Travis County Elections Office, more than 50 percent of registered voters cast their ballots since early voting started Oct…
The main drivers for young people staying home were not enough information, a notion their vote doesn’t matter and a belief they have no say…
Though officials say the number of people who cast ballots early broke records, it wasn’t enough to stave off long lines on Tuesday.
“If he lost? I don’t even know what I’d do.”
Experts charged with recommending fixes to Texas’ child welfare program advise the state to invest more and get back to basics.
How has the electoral map changed in the past 50 years? And what trends are key to predicting a presidential election?
The number of voters going to the polls during early voting significantly dropped off during second week.
She says she was told to change her shirt or go to in school suspension for the rest of the day because her shirt caused a classroom disrupt…
Texas Tribune’s Alana Rocha joins KXAN News Today to talk about all that happened in Texas politics this week
Democratic women gathered inside the party’s state headquarters in Austin, united against a now-deleted tweet.
Half of foster parents nationwide quit after the first year, 75 percent by the second year.
It’s hard to tell if golf balls count as votes for or against the candidates.
Here are answers to the basic questions on the process for electing the president of the United States.
Texas Democrats say they’ve knocked on more than 101,100 doors in Travis County since June, and will continue to block walk until Nov. 8.
Gov. Abbott called the Texas agriculture commissioner’s tweet “reprehensible” and an “embarrassment.”