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Women make history in the 2018 midterms

By Mariana RivasPublished December 4, 2018

Congress will get a new look on January 3. With more female candidates to choose from than ever before, Americans voted for a record high number of women to serve in the 116th United States Congress....

Democrats will now be able to choose who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee come January.
(Photo courtesy of oversight.house.gov)

House shift moves subpoena power to Democrats

By Michael RogersPublished November 13, 2018

Democrats will takeover the House in January with sweeping subpoena authority put in place by Republicans when they thought Hillary Clinton was in line for the presidency. The 2015 rule change allows...

Candidate signs in outside Tarrant County voting precincts. Photo by Carolina Olivares.

Hispanic voters credit O’Rourke for their participation

By Carolina OlivaresPublished November 7, 2018

Latino voters reversed a pattern of apathy with the midterm elections this year. Fifty-two percent of Latino voters said they were interested in voting in the midterm elections — a 16.5 percent...

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, raises his hands while delivery his victory speech during an election night party, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Cruz holds off O’Rourke to keep Senate seat

By Katie CarterPublished November 7, 2018

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz declared victory Tuesday evening after a hard fought contest with Democrat Beto O’Rourke. Cruz, who was outspent by O’Rourke, was leading 51-48 with 80 percent of votes...

Republican Fred Meno said that the migrant caravan only reinforced his views on immigration. Photo courtesy: Marissa Stacy

A focus on immigration fails to sway some Tarrant County voters

By Benton McDonald and Marissa StacyPublished November 6, 2018

Immigration's Impact on the Midterm from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. Some Tarrant County voters were not swayed by an increased focus on immigration in the weeks leading up to the 2018 midterm election....

Madison County voting bailiff Billy Swindle, right, hands out an I voted sticker, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 in Ridgeland, Miss. Voters have a number of races to consider, including judiciary and federal offices and some local issues. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Campus catches election fever

By TCU 360Published November 6, 2018

The midterm elections sparked unprecedented political participation in an off-year and many TCU students were swept into the frenzy. Students and other voters took time during the past two weeks to...

Every vote counts this midterm season

Every vote counts this midterm season

By Grace Amiss and Corinne HildebrandtPublished November 6, 2018

When one Fort Worth father learned that his son wasn’t planning on voting, he refused to keep quiet. “I was like, ‘Hey, look let’s go vote today...because it’s your right to vote,’...

The sign of indicating the direction to the entrance to the polling station at R.L. Pascal High School in Fort Worth. Photo by Richard Edgemon.

Election Day enthusiasm doesn’t match early voting

By Richard EdgemonPublished November 6, 2018

When polls opened at 7 a.m. at R.L. Pascal High School, 17 voters stood in 50 degree weather waiting to cast their ballots. More votes were cast in Tarrant County during this year's early voting than...

FILE- In this Oct. 23, 2018, file photo people arrive for early voting at a polling place in Charlotte, N.C. Companies aren’t required to shut down on Nov. 6, for the election, but many give their staffers paid time off to go to the polls , 44 percent, according to a survey by the Society for Human Resources Management, a trade group. Small business owners who wonder what to do should first check their state and local laws. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File)

Don’t have a ride to the polls? No problem.

By Katie CarterPublished November 6, 2018

Do you plan on voting today? If so, Uber, Lyft or Lime will take you there. According to Pew Research Center, 3 percent of all registered voters in the 2016 presidential election didn’t vote because...

Texas Government 101

Texas Government 101

By Griffin ConboyPublished November 6, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections are here! And while most Texans are focused on the race for the U.S. Senate seat, many other positions are up for grabs, especially in the state government. Here's a look at...

Voters stand in line to vote at an early voting polling site, Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, in San Antonio. Early voting began Monday across Texas. The U.S. Supreme Court this weekend gave Texas permission to enforce a contested voter ID law this election. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Sunny skies in Texas for Election Day

By Corinne HildebrandtPublished November 5, 2018

If you don’t vote this midterm season, you can’t blame the weather. With early voting numbers at a record high, the weather in Texas shouldn’t hinder the number of people who cast ballots tomorrow....

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