With the controversy over the recent November election, members of the Texas Legislature have filed many voting bills, aimed at everything from limiting poll access, managing voting by mail, purging voter rolls and much more.
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James O’Bryan has thrown his hat into the ring for the District 4 spot on Paris City Council currently held by Mayor Steve Clifford, who is term limited, Paris City Clerk reports.
James O’Bryan has thrown his hat into the ring for the District 4 spot on Paris City Council currently held by Mayor Steve Clifford, who is te…
Mihir “Mark” Pankaj became the first candidate to enter the race for a place on the Paris City Council in the May 1 election, according to City Clerk Janice Ellis. Mayor Pro Tem Paula Portugal and Councilor Linda Knox also filed.
Informational packets are now available for those who wish to seek a place on the ballot for Paris City Council in the May 1 municipal election, according to City Clerk Janice Ellis.
The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory, ending an attempt to get legal issues rejected by state and federal judges before the nation's highest court.
The first thing to remember is that the Constitution gives state legislatures the authority to make rules governing the conduct of elections for federal offices in their state.
Nothing happened in Texas this week, if you’re looking for an answer to the question, “How did Texas voters change the state’s power structure?”
Lamar County Elections Administrator Tricia Johnson said voters have been calling her concerned that their ballots were not counted. "When you put your ballot in (the machine) and the number changes, your ballot just got counted," she said.