County commissioners to discuss mega-vote centers, mail-in voting County commissioners will consider several proposals for the November election, including establishing a 24-hour voting location. by Jackie Wang Latest Gonzales Wins District 23 Nomination by 45 Votes, Reyes Requests Recount by Jackie Wang Gov. Greg Abbott: Early Voting for November Election Starts Oct. 13 by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Bexar County Election Results Unchanged After Mail-in Ballot Count by Iris Dimmick VIA, Mayor Compromise: Voters Can Fund Pandemic Recovery and Transit With Sales Tax Shift by Jackie Wang Republican District 23 Winner Uncertain Until at Least Next Week by Jackie Wang More news Spotting the Election Trends: Families on Decline, Women and Elite Education on Rise Opinion: Primary runoff elections rarely offer cosmic lessons, but some observations are worth noting after Tuesday’s results. by Rick Casey All Eyes Are on Texas Headed Into the 2020 Presidential Election Commentary: Texas appears, at this midsummer vantage point, to be in play in national politics by Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Roland Gutierrez, Liz Campos Secure Victories in State Legislative Primary Runoffs State Rep. Roland Gutierrez has taken an early lead ahead of Xochil Peña Rodriguez in the runoff to be on the ballot for the District 19 State Senate seat. by Lindsey Carnett MJ Hegar Defeats Royce West in Democratic Runoff for U.S. Senate MJ Hegar was holding a single-digit lead over Royce West on Tuesday night in the Democratic primary runoff for U.S. Senate, according to unofficial results. by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Controversial GOP Leader Ousted; Democratic Party Chair Survives Challenge As polls in Bexar County closed, Bexar County Republican Party Chair Cynthia Brehm had earned 32 percent of votes, compared toJohn Austin’s 68 percent. by Brendan Gibbons District 23 GOP Runoff Between Raul Reyes, Tony Gonzales Too Close to Call In the District 23 GOP runoff, the candidates each boasted a different headliner endorsement: President Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz. by Jackie Wang Popp Soundly Beats Controversial Opponent in GOP Race for State Board of Education Seat Lani Popp soundly defeated Robert Morrow in a Republican runoff for the State Board of Education District 5 seat. Morrow has endorsed her Democratic opponent. by Emily Donaldson Commissioners Court Shakeup: Clay-Flores Ousts Chico Rodriguez in Pct. 1; DeBerry Wins in Pct. 3 The outcome of Tuesday’s runoffs could result in two women, Rebeca Clay-Flores and Trish DeBerry, taking seats on the Bexar County commissioners court. by Iris Dimmick Election Day Sees Strong Turnout Despite Scorching Heat Bexar County voters kept up a steady pace of voting throughout election day on Tuesday, despite the blistering heat and the coronavirus. by Jackie Wang Coronavirus Worries Are Closing Polling Sites. Here’s What to Expect as You Vote Today More election officials declined to work on election day because they feared contracting the coronavirus, the Bexar County election administrator said. by Jackie Wang At 95, Velia Salinas Has Worked Elections for 7 Decades. The Pandemic Broke Her Streak. Velia Salinas is 95. This election will be the first one she has not worked at as an election judge in more than 70 years. by Jackie Wang Election Day Voting Locations Reduced by 8 After Workers Bow Out “I absolutely respect them for that,” Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacque Callanen said. “I’m not going to force them into a deal like this.” by Jackie Wang Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.