In today’s episode of Just This, Rick and I discuss several high-profile runoff election races this week that most impact San Antonio.
In all of the attention paid to low voter turnout, this got lost: Millennial Texans made up only a small part of the electorate in this year’s primaries.
Monday marks the start of a five-day period of early voting for the May 22 primary runoffs, including statewide and local races.
Voters approved the NISD’s nearly $849 million bond package Saturday, the largest in the district’s history, while in the Alamo Colleges District, one incumbent trustee and a challenger are headed to runoffs.
Polls in Bexar County are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday for the 2018 Texas primaries.
Texas will host the first statewide primaries of 2018 on March 6.
Drawing clever political districts is one way politicians in Texas and elsewhere avoid accountability – by protecting themselves from voters who disagree with them.
Ken Paxton said school districts cannot provide transportation to get students to polling places unless the trip serves an educational purpose.
It appears that Texas will not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case against the state’s restrictions on language interpreters at the ballot box.
Five candidates are on the Nov. 7 ballot to fill two at-large seats on the San Antonio River Authority’s 12-member board of directors.