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Officials Express Concern, Not Fear, as Austin Events Face Possible Spread of Coronavirus
In addressing the Travis County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, March 3, interim Austin Health Authority Dr. Mark Escott began with a personal anecdote about going to vote that morning – then using hand sanitizer.

1:25PM Wed. Mar. 4, Margaret Nicklas Read More | Comment »

Final Results for Travis County's March 3 Democratic Primary Election
It's all over now, though the math of delegate allocation and the trickle of mail-in ballots will play out over the next few days. Here's what happened on the Dem side (the GOP primary is mostly boring this year); for statewide and multi-county (Congress, State Board of Education) numbers, go to Texas Secretary of State for complete returns.

10:50AM Wed. Mar. 4, Mike Clark-Madison Read More | Comment »

Travis County Early Voting Results for the March 3 Democratic Primary Election
Looking for the final numbers? See Travis County's final tally here..
Travis County saw record-breaking turnout in early voting – but the unsettled presidential contest means Election Day returns will matter more than usual.

7:50PM Tue. Mar. 3, Mike Clark-Madison Read More | Comment »

March Primary Election Coverage Live Blog
It's one of the most momentous elections in Texas history. Who will claim the state's big juicy bag of Democratic presidential delegates? Who will emerge to challenge U.S. Sen. John Cornyn in November? Who will show up at the polls after record early voting? Who will fail to show up because they're afraid of the coronavirus?

6:53PM Tue. Mar. 3, News Staff Read More | Comment »

Need Help Voting? Call 844-TXVOTES
With still a few hours to the 7pm voting deadline — and long lines at polling stations promising overtime and record turnouts — phone volunteers are fielding calls from voters about polls, procedures, and timing (not candidates). Call 844-898-6837.

2:10PM Tue. Mar. 3, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Travis County Clerk Reassures Voters After a Rocky Start to Election Day
Election Day voting got off to a rocky start in Travis County with poll workers cancelling on short notice and others not showing up to stations, but by 8am, the Clerk’s office has mostly righted the ship.

1:16PM Tue. Mar. 3, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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Amplify Austin Aims to Raise $12 Million
The eighth annual Amplify Austin Day aims to raise $12 million for Austin nonprofits, encouraging Austin residents to give back locally by donating online.

7:00AM Tue. Mar. 3, Lauren Girgis Read More | Comment »

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Adam Schiff Headed to SXSW
Last year, SXSW and Austin-based digital media outlet Texas Tribune collaborated on Conversations About America’s Future, a two-day mini-fest within the fest notable for hosting a gaggle of presidential candidates.

9:00AM Mon. Mar. 2, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Anticipating the March 3 Election, a Few Numbers to Note
Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir sounded optimistic Monday when she estimated an early vote turnout of 100,000. She may not have been optimistic enough. As of Friday morning (entering the busiest e-vote day), the count had reached 99,470 – 12.09% of registered voters.

5:30PM Fri. Feb. 28, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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