Voter Guide: May 6, 2023, Municipal Election in North Texas
We’ve got an election coming up on May 6. Inside is what you need to know about registering, early voting, how to check your status and more.
Lone Star Politics: What's on the Ballot on May 6
Lone Star Politics: Early voting starts Monday and Julie and Gromer discuss some of the races North Texans will consider on May 6, including the race for Fort Worth Mayor and why the often forgotten local elections are important to the everyday needs of voters.
GOP Pushes Theory to Hold Onto Mail Ballots, and Some Democrats Do As Well
Republican activists who believe the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald Trump have crafted a plan that, in their telling, will thwart cheating in this year’s midterm elections.
Printing Errors Mar Mailed Ballots in Pennsylvania, Oregon
In Pennsylvania, where GOP primaries for governor and U.S. Senate are drawing national attention, officials in Republican-leaning Lancaster County said the company that printed its mailed ballots included the wrong ID code.
Texas Flagged 27,000 Mail Ballots for Rejection in Primary
More than 27,000 mail ballots in Texas were flagged for rejection in the first test of new voting restrictions enacted across the U.S., jeopardizing votes cast by Democrats and Republicans alike and in counties big and small.
Deadline to Apply for a Mail-In Primary Ballot is Friday
The deadline for Texas voters to submit their applications for mail-in voting is Feb. 18.
Judge Deals Texas Narrow Defeat Over Mail-In Ballot Limits
A federal judge has handed Texas’ elections overhaul a partial defeat days ahead of 2022′s first primary.
NBCLX Tracked Voting Laws in Every State. Here's What We Learned
Voting laws vary among all 50 states, and there was no simple tool to track all those differences. So NBCLX built one. Storyteller Peter Hull explains Project Democracy and the ballot access map, and we review some of the most striking differences in voting rights from Texas to Maine, with the help of Morning Consult senior reporter Eli Yokley.
What You Need to Know About Mail-In Ballots
County elections teams are dealing with hundreds of mail-in ballots being rejected because of changes to Texas law. NBC 5 political reporter Julie Fine explains the confusion for those filling out applications.
Some Mail-In Ballots Rejected After New Laws Take Effect
With about six weeks until the March 1 primary election, there is some confusion over new laws and mail-in ballots.