Both the House and Senate are behind schedule if they expect to accomplish goals Texans have set for them this session.
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“These ‘Integrity Seven’ bills will start a needed discussion to create uniformity to make sure the problems we faced in 2020 will not happen again.”
Court of appeals upholds earlier bans on Kansas law requiring documentary proof of citizenship for voter registration. What does that mean for Texas?
Harris County will finally release public records of foreigners registering and voting, ending a two-year court fight with election integrity group Public Interest Legal.
A Mexican national who went to prison for illegally voting in Texas elections is out on parole and awaiting deportation.
Texas Public Policy Foundation announces a new initiative to combat election corruption and voter fraud.
Ingram says voter list maintenance is a collaborative effort between the Secretary of State’s office and Texas counties that’s required by state and federal law.
A federal judge denied Harris County’s motion to dismiss a voter roll transparency lawsuit filed under the national Motor Voter law.
What Texans need to know about the tens of thousands of non-U.S. citizens found on Texas voter rolls.
Secretary of State reveals 95,000 people identified by DPS as noncitizens have registered to vote in Texas, and 58,000 have voted.