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.
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A federal judge has tossed out a new law softening Texas’ strict voter identification requirements. Texas’ attorney general says he will appeal the ruling.
“Despite the fact I am a U.S. citizen, I want you to know that I have not been able to vote in any election since Texas passed its voter ID law in 2013.”
Judges had trouble swallowing the State’s defense of political maps that minority groups say minimize the political clout of Latino and black Texans.
After a disastrous November election, Denton County is planning a return to paper ballots, due in part to voters distrusting electronic voting machines.
The Northside was considered a stronghold for Taylor, but Nirenberg captured a majority in dozens of precincts that favored Taylor in the general election.
In the initial May 6 ballot, fewer than one in 10 voters were under age 34, though they represent more than a third of San Antonio’s voting age population.