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If you need to search for your polling place, you can do so through any one of these three ways: 1. your Texas driver’s license number, if you provided it when you applied for voter registration; 2. your Voter Unique Identifier (VUID), which appears on your voter registration certificate; or 3. your first and last […]

With municipal elections complete, early voting began Monday for Texas’ key primary races. Voters now have the opportunity to choose their party’s nominees after a…

via: cnn.com Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) — It’s round two in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, with voting beginning in New Hampshire. While most polling places in the state didn’t open until early Tuesday, the first votes were cast just after midnight in the tiny communities of Dixville Notch and Hart’s Location. See […]

Tuesday is Election Day in the United States, and although the mostly state and local races won’t stir the same passions as next year’s presidential contest, millions of people will cast ballots. They’ll do it in much the same way that Americans have for centuries: by showing up at a polling place and ticking off […]

Other provisions include: Secretary of State will have $2 million for voter education and poll watcher training. Texas Department of Public Safety will issue free identification cards to anyone requesting one for voting purposes. A list of acceptable IDs will be posted outside of polling places. A voter without an ID may cast a provisional […]

2010 Senate Elections – Polling and Winner Forecasts by State Geography Candidates (D vs. R) Dem Rep Ind Mrg Win % Rating Alaska McAdams vs. Miller 27.5 32.1 32.5 I+0.4 40% Toss Up Alabama Barnes vs. Shelby 30.1 58.2 – R+28 95% Strong Rep Arizona Glassman vs. McCain 36.6 54.5 – R+18 95% Strong Rep […]

Radio One Listeners, we appreciate the continued support you give to our radio stations and we urge you also to get out and vote on Nov. 2nd! We have provided information links on where you can find your nearest voting locations. Find Your Locations By County Click here for Harris County polling locations Click here […]

As polls closed Friday before Tuesday’s general election, as many as 450,000 people are expected to have cast their ballots early or by mail, an amount officials say is likely to make up about 65 percent of the total, a record for Harris County in a gubernatorial contest.  Read More:

The last day of early voting in Texas saw a record turnout at area polls. Whether it was the gubernatorial election or the hotly-contested proposition votes, voters near River Oaks said they wanted to decide before everyone else shows up on Election Day. “I’m glad I got here today because I know on regular voting […]

As the foreclosure crisis continues unabated and the midterm elections approach, at least 12 states have issued guidelines that address the complicated issue of voting while in foreclosure.  Read More: