is a junior at the University of Texas. She was the news editor at The Daily Texan, where she also launched Curious Campus and Curious Capitol while working as the engagement editor and a senior reporter. She has also worked as a digital intern at the Austin American-Statesman and a news intern at the Austin Chronicle.
It's unclear whether Texas will expand who is eligible for a mail-in ballot during the pandemic, as other states have. But the people who normally qualify to vote by mail can still do so in July. Full Story
Nonprofits and government agencies are providing resources like free meals, Wi-Fi hotspots and low-interest loans for Texans affected by COVID-19. They’re also looking for people to help by volunteering or making donations. Full Story
Some delegates are selected statewide, others are determined within state Senate districts and others go to members of Congress or national committee members, who can vote for the candidate of their choice. Full Story
Elected officials have bickered over how to respond to Texans experiencing homelessness, and President Donald Trump tapped a man who founded a San Antonio shelter to coordinate the federal government's approach. Meanwhile, homeless Texans say they're often misunderstood. Full Story