AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — More than 6 million votes have already been cast in Texas. That’s more than anywhere in the U.S. and making decades of low turnout and undisputed Republican dominance look more and more distant with just over a week until the election. The avalanche of early votes is feeding Democrats’ already high hopes of ending decades of losses in Texas, where polls show Democrat Joe Biden running unusually close. President Donald Trump won the state by 9 percentage points in 2016 and has shown little worry as he spends time and money on clear battleground states.
By JIM VERTUNO and PAUL J. WEBER AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott outlined a slow reopening of the state economy that will allow retailers, restaurants, movie theaters and malls to start letting […]
By JAMIE STENGLE DALLAS (AP) — As Texas eases restrictions put in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic, one clothing store owner said Saturday that most of her customers so far are sticking to having […]
TEXARKANA — Texas governor Greg Abbott announced Wednesday a new round of grants from the Texas Military Preparedness Commission’s Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant program totaling $14.1 million that will be awarded to various military […]