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Texas midterm elections
Statewide The marquee race among statewide officials will be between Cruz and O’Rourke. But Gov. Greg Abbott is also running for re-election against former Dallas County sheriff Lupe Valdez. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Attorney General Ken Paxton face long-shot challenges from Democratic opponents Mike Collier and Justin Nelson, respectively, as do Republican incumbents in the comptroller, land commissioner and agriculture commissioner races. … [Read more...] about Get ready for early voting: Who’s on the ballot, and what do you need to know for Texas’ midterm elections?
With roughly 100 days left until the fall midterm elections in November, campaign spending by House and Senate candidates looks to topple 2014 races, previously the most expensive off-year election, where hopefuls and outside groups invested $3.8 billion to entice voters, The Hill reported. … [Read more...] about Midterm Election Spending Looks to Be Most Expensive Ever
As of 2:30 p.m. Monday, Collin County's elections administrator said 23,098 residents had voted early, compared with 10,312 in 2014, according to the Texas secretary of state website. By 3:45 p.m., Denton County's elections administrator said 18,988 residents had voted, up from 9,582 in 2014. Numbers were up in Tarrant County as well, from 29,391 in 2014 to 39,672 as of 5:30 p.m Monday. … [Read more...] about More than 55,000 Dallas County residents have voted early so far, surpassing last midterm election in 2014
▪ Bring a photo ID to the polls. State-approved photo IDs include the Texas driver’s license, Texas election identification certificate, Texas personal identification card, Texas license to carry a handgun, U.S. military ID card with photo, U.S. citizenship certificate with photo and the U.S. passport. … [Read more...] about When have so many Texans voted early in a midterm election? Never