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Texas Early Voting Drops After Bombshell Halloween Weekend

HOUSTON, Texas – It seems that Texas Democrat voters have disappeared over the Halloween weekend. Was it the Great Pumpkin that scared them off or the announcement by FBI Director James Comey about the re-opening of the Clinton email investigation that kept some voters at home?

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BREAKING: Texas Voter ID Law Will Be Enforced in November

An agreement between the State of Texas and groups that attempted to strike down the state’s photo voter identification law came to an agreement Wednesday that will keep the election integrity policy largely in place for the November elections and thereafter.

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Judge: Texas Voter ID Law Will Be Enforced this November

Shortly after an appeals court ruled Texas’ voter identification law to have discriminatory effects requiring fixes before the November election, a federal judge released guidelines for a remedy on Thursday.

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Texas Voter ID Law’s Fate Likely Decided This Week

A decision from a federal appeals court — to likely be made this week — is expected to determine whether the Texas photo voter identification requirement will be enforced for the 2016 Election.

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Latino Groups: Trump Isn’t Creating a Surge in Voter Registration for Democrats

Luminaries from key Latino groups within the Democratic establishment are making new voter suppression claims in Texas and other key states against an unusual target: Hillary Clinton’s financial backers. Without more cash, some groups worry they will not succeed in mobilizing against “Trump’s anti-immigrant narrative.”

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Woman Who Abandoned Toddlers Found in California

A woman who allegedly abandoned her two toddlers in Texas, where they were found tied up and chained in a backyard last weekend, has been found in California, according to Bexar County Sheriff’s Office investigators, as reported by mysanantonio.com.

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Texas Confirms More Zika Virus, Number of Cases Climbs to 13

Texas health officials confirmed three new cases of the Zika virus Wednesday, one in Dallas County and two in Bexar County, bringing the total number of people in the Lone Star State infected up to 13. More test results are still pending from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Mysterious Death in Texas Jail Under Investigation

A Bexar County, Texas, inmate has been found dead in his jail cell. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of the inmate in the Bexar County Adult Detention Center.