Texas Elections

HOAs Cannot Prevent Political Signs, But They Can Regulate Them

By Brandi Addison / February 20, 2020 / 1 Comment

During any election, it isn’t abnormal to see residential neighborhoods lined with signs of each resident’s preferred candidate or ballot measure — some houses with dozens in their front yard.

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GOP Sweeps Statewide Seats, But Democrats Snag Some Important Races

By Bethany Erickson / November 7, 2018 / 2 Comments

Frisco, Richardson and Dallas ISD Pass Property Tax Increases Allred bests Sessions in U.S. Rep. District 32 race All four propositions on the ballot for Dallas ISD passed Johnson beats Rinaldi, Johnson beats Luby Ryan Carolyn King Arnold, Keyaira Saunders headed to a runoff While Democrats came surprisingly (to many) close to winning statewide seats […]

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It’s Election Day: If Nobody Votes, ‘Nobody’ Wins

By Bethany Erickson / November 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

Now I know you’re probably already squawking — I can hear it from here — about this “Nobody” business in this headline. “NOBODY? Record turnout, lady, in early voting — how is that NOBODY votes?” But hear me out. If nobody votes, then Nobody will win. And that’s not just brain-breaking hyperbole that the grammarian […]

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