With more and more people choosing to vote early instead of on Election Day — it raises Some philosophical questions about how we vote. Do people who vote early have the same set of facts as those who vote on Election Day? And will the boost to early voting change the way politicians campaign for votes?
What does four more years of an Obama White House mean for the policy issues facing the overwhelmingly conservative Texas Legislature — and the interest groups and constituents who guide the political process?
Former Harris County Commissioner Sylvia Garcia says she'll run for the state Senate seat left open after the death of Mario Gallegos last month. She says she's ready for a new challenge.
At his monthly meeting with school principals, HISD Superintendent Terry Grier discussed the next step after voters approved the $1.9 billion dollar bond proposal. The money will be used to rebuild or renovate 38 schools across the district.
Most of the U.S House and Senate candidates who lined up with the Tea Party did not win their races last night. Two notable exceptions were Michele Bachmann in Minnesota — and Ted Cruz here in Texas. So what does Cruz's victory means for the state, the Senate, and for the Tea Party.
After a nail-biter of an election night, Houston City Councilman Mike Sullivan says he's cautiously declaring victory in the race to be Harris County's next tax assessor-collector.
Now that houston voters have authorized the city to take out more than $400 million dollars in bonds for various improvements — Houston Mayor Annise Parker says she's ready to get to work on various city-wide improvements to parks — libraries — public safety and affordable housing.
State Representative and former Houston City Councilwoman Carol Alvarado is expected to formally announce next week that she'll run for the state Senate seat left open after the death of Mario Gallegos.