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Texas 2020 Elections

President Donald Trump wins Texas, Republican John Cornyn wins another Senate term

Texans were poised to set a record for voter turnout with Tuesday's election. Voters cast ballots in a litany of races, from president and U.S. Senate to seats in the Texas House.

Will Cash waves a Trump flag for motorists outside the Kingwood Community Center on Election Day. He and his friends biked around Kingwood with flags to show support.

Tuesday’s biggest developments

Texas Republicans fighting off Democrats in battleground congressional races

Without evidence, President Donald Trump accuses Democrats of trying to steal election 

President Donald Trump defeats Joe Biden in Texas

Texas Republicans holding ground in battle for state House

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are in a tight race in Texas, early returns show

John Cornyn defeats MJ Hegar to retain U.S. Senate seat

Polls are closed in most of Texas

Post office says it can't comply with order to search for undelivered ballots in Houston

Hidalgo County extends voting by one hour after tech slowdowns

Austin police "ready to deploy" if capital sees election unrest

Dallas election judge again refuses to wear mask

Judge orders Upshur County voting hours extended after morning glitches

In Burleson County, poll worker error prevents handful from voting for president

Polls open late at scattered locations across Texas

Harris County sees heavy turnout as polls open

Texas students in some school districts won’t have class on Election Day 

Harris County down to one drive-thru voting location for Election Day

Voting in Texas

  • When was the last day to register to vote?

  • When can I vote early?

  • How will voting be different because of the pandemic?

  • How do I know if I qualify to vote by mail?

  • Are polling locations the same on Election Day as they are during early voting?

  • Can I still vote if I have COVID-19?

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Texas on track for record voter turnout 

Tarrant County’s tightest races may be undecided until later this week due to staffing shortage

Voters have their say in several heated races

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