Yes, a Texas Bill Would Give GOP Power to Call Election Do-Overs in Harris County
Was there a disruption in voting in Harris County last November? As TX SB 1993 passes, Harris County could call for a new midterm election. Fellow Bob Stein points out that 26 locations with voting stoppages could have been due to a shortage of ballots.
Katy ISD's Board Race Turns Political, as Candidates Accept GOP Endorsements
At the core of the ongoing Katy ISD school board race is a secondary issue, fellow Bob Stein says. He predicts a shift in the school system that will prioritize "an infusion of ideology into the curriculum instead of core school subjects.”
What to Watch for as Whitmire Runs for Mayor
Legislating and campaigning at the same time, Sen. John Whitmire looks to run for Houston Mayor. His legislative record, says fellow Bob Stein, reflects issues that are "before the voters now," such as criminal justice, which may work in his favor
Court Clears Way for TEA, but Possible Take Over Of HISD Still a ‘Mystery’
The Texas Supreme Court gave the green light for TEA to overtake HISD following a longstanding battle. Fellow Robert Stein breaks down the political history behind the dispute between state and district, and how “what happens next is a mystery.”
GOP Claims of Election Day Mismanagement, Fraud Don’t Explain Democrats’ 2022 Sweep of Harris County
Republican candidates are looking for a do-over in Harris County’s November elections. Fellow Bob Stein explained to Houston Public Media that the increase in voter registration last year reflects how Houston is “still very much a Democratic county."