Gina Ortiz Jones conceded the 23rd Congressional District race to U.S. Rep. Will Hurd on Monday morning.
Bexar County election officials will not have to immediately provide a list of provisional voters to the Gina Ortiz Jones campaign, which had accused the county of disenfranchising voters by withholding the information.
Grassroots organizers and campaign staffers for Congressional candidate Gina Ortiz Jones are seeking a list of provisional ballots cast on Election Day.
The updated results show Republican U.S. Rep. Will Hurd ahead of Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones by 1,150 votes.
Beto O’Rouke’s narrow loss to Ted Cruz helped the state’s Democrats take a substantial step toward turning Texas purple.
Hours after Hurd claimed victory over Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones, that win turned into a question mark as votes continued to roll in.
With the release of initial guidelines, projects under the program to boost low-income urban and rural communities are expected to gain steam.
Unlike most congressional districts in Texas that have a distinct red or blue shade, this district, which stretches from San Antonio to El Paso, could go either way.
I am proud of my record in Congress, and I humbly ask my bosses, the people I represent in District 23, to allow me to keep working hard for them.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Helotes) and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff were on hand for the event as VIA officials ran through a list of smart transit initiatives it has introduced in the past few years.