was a 2021 reporting fellow and a part-time copy editor. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, she was an associate news editor of The Daily Texan, where she worked in various roles covering politics, breaking news and the university’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Anna was a government major and a member of the UT chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
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Heider Garcia, the Tarrant County elections administrator, and Isabel Longoria, the Harris County elections administrator, discussed the future of voting in Texas, a state with some of the nation’s most restrictive voting rules. Full Story
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