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Texas shouldn’t have been, yet here we are.
Grassroots pressure puts restoring higher penalties for illegal voting on the Texas Legislature’s agenda.
Three bills to lower school property taxes have finally moved in the House.
The first four counties being audited are Dallas, Harris, Tarrant, and Collin.
Lawmakers passed a plan to reschedule 2022 primary elections depending on when new district maps are approved.
“The Senate has passed that bill four times, and it has failed in the House. … We will pass it again.”
With the Texas property tax burden increasing, property owners still hope to get actual relief out of the ongoing special session.
Courts in Bexar and Dallas counties had previously issued temporary restraining orders against Abbott’s prohibition on mask mandates.
Ellzey’s win sets up another special election to fill his Texas House District 10 seat.
State Sen. Bryan Hughes says his bill “makes it easy to vote and hard to cheat.”
The alleged vote harvester is charged with multiple felony election fraud crimes related to a 2018 local contest.
Sunday, June 20th marks the last day the Governor can consider bills passed in the 87th Legislative Session.
Hughs’ resignation is effective the final day of the legislative session.
An updated listing of where Republican and Democrat priorities are in the Texas Legislature.
Spiller will be sworn in as the 83rd Republican in the 150-member House.
Candidates’ filing deadline is March 3.
Election Day in House District 68 is Tuesday, February 23.
House District 68 voters must return to the polls one more time to have full representation in the Texas Legislature.
Character matters, and religious liberty isn’t enough.
House District 68 residents will remain unrepresented until voters choose a runoff winner.
Additionally, Cain asked Paxton whether lawmakers were constitutionally required to vote and debate physically and in-person.
Citizens have one more opportunity to voice concerns to the State Board of Education.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reported that “October sales tax collections from all major economic sectors declined significantly from year-ago levels.”
“Registering citizens to vote or to obtain mail ballots without their consent is illegal.”