Four candidates are already in line to run in next year's election, and even more have signaled their plans to jump in the ring.
Only a few local municipal races are on May 1 ballots this year. And in one local contest, a candidate is outspending his two opponents by a wide margin in attempt to return to office.
The bill has its origins in the decisions by Travis County prosecutors to drop charges against some people arrested during Black Lives Matters protests in Austin in May 2020.
And U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson, a graduate of two Galveston universities, was the subject of an unflattering report released by the Department of Defense.
Galveston County Judge Mark Henry announced Wednesday he would seek a fourth term in office and run for reelection in the Republican Party primaries in 2022.
It's no secret that people use medical passes to skip long waits, but claims of abuse have led to a proposal to make obtaining a fraudulant pass a crime.
Galveston County's congressman has been among the leaders who protested and sought to block certification of electoral college votes.
Galveston County District Court Judge Lonnie Cox this month received a written warning from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct over public comments he made during this year’s Republican primary election.
U.S. Rep. Randy Weber joined other reps to criticize Attorney General William Barr for not doing enough to investigate voter fraud.