Texas Secretary Of State News
Texas to Require Burials After Many Abortions
Texas health officials have adopted a new rule that would require burials after many abortions conducted in the state -- a decision that could have a profound effect on providers there. The rule, which was submitted to the Texas secretary of state by the Texas Department of Health Services last
Election Officials Dispute Donald Trump's Claims of 'Rigged' Election
With just 21 days to go before Election Day , Donald Trump has claimed repeatedly on the campaign trail that the election is being "rigged," tweeting on Monday specifically about "large scale voter fraud " being a problem. Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election
Texas State Results Election 2016
Texas holds its Democratic and Republican primaries on March 1, 2016. 251 delegates are at stake for the Democrats and 155 delegates for the Republicans. Texas is the state Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz represents in the U.S. Senate. The Lone Star state has not voted Democratic in
White Candidate Defends Campaign Fliers Implying He's Black
A white candidate who defeated a black incumbent for a seat on the Houston Community College Board of Trustees by a razor-thin margin denied that he deceived voters by using campaign mailers implying he is African-American. “Since this was a heavily African-American district and my...
Texas Primary: What to Watch
Everything’s bigger in Texas, and today’s state and presidential primary is no exception. Mitt Romney is expected to reach (and surpass) 1,144 delegates tonight–the magic delegate number needed to officially win the GOP nomination. With 155 delegates at-stake, Texas’s GOP primary is the largest ...
Texas Republican Senate Primary, Establishment vs. Tea Party, With a Twist
In the Texas Senate Primary, the Tea Party vs. Establishment Narrative Is Not Black and White
Trade Rep and Texan Ron Kirk Suggests Gov. Rick Perry ‘Flaming Out’ Like a Comet
U.S Trade Representative Ron Kirk – the former mayor of Dallas – waxed critically poetic about Texas Governor Rick Perry’s presidential run today. “Too often the brightest stars are comets,” Kirk said. “But they flame out the fastest because they consume themselves on their own...
SNEAK PEEK: All Eyes on Des Moines
The hottest place to be this weekend? Sorry Lauren Conrad it's not Les Deux and silly Tom Brady, it's not The Spotted Pig. If you haven't made your plans to be in Des Moines this weekend, you are out of luck and will have to settle for watching the action from home. On Saturday night the Iowa
Attorney General Gonzales Resigns
Controversy Plagued Top Law Enforcement Official After Firing of Federal Prosecutors
Game On: Clinton Wins Crucial Texas, Ohio Primaries
Still beaming from Tuesday night's comeback primary victories in Ohio and Texas, Sen. Hillary Clinton talked this morning as if she had taken back the momentum in the Democratic race -- and suggested rival Sen. Barack Obama might make a good running mate. Tuesday night's four state primaries were