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Libertarians Line Up for 2014 Election
Far right could pose major headache for GOP next November
DAILY News  December 12, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Once every two years, the Republican Party of Texas gets some bad news. The Libertarian Party of Texas releases its list of candidates for the upcoming November election...."

AISD Election = Turning Point?
With filing for the November election imminent, Austin ISD's board of trustees has vacancies, and it has candidates. Unfortunately, they're not in the same seats.
News Story  July 10, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...With filing for the November election imminent, AISD's board of trustees has vacancies, and it has candidates. Unfor­tun­ately, they're not in the same seats...."

Live Election Coverage
Is it over yet?
DAILY News  November 8, 2016, by the News Staff
"...Will our democracy survive the night? Will Texas inch a little closer to turning Travis-County-blue? Will D6 voters show CM Don Zimmerman the door? We’ve got questions and, fingers crossed, we’ll have all the answers tonight. Follow the Chronicle news team’s election coverage here and on Twitter: #ACvotes...."

Israel Win Gives Dems the Edge in November
Turnout impressive despite ice storms
News Story  January 31, 2014, by Christopher Hooks
"...20, and two ice storms had affected campaign get-out-the-vote operations. One, coming just before election day, closed eight of the district's 36 polling places..."

Election Day Already?
HD 50 runoff election
News Story  January 24, 2014
"...This Tuesday, Jan. 28, is election day in the Texas House District 50 race to replace retired Rep..."

Point Austin: All Aboard for November
The players have arrived, now for the programs
News Column  August 21, 2014, by Michael King
"...This will certainly be an historic election, not only in the specific sense of the first held under single-member districts, but in the sense that this scale of city election simply won't happen again. Future Council terms will be staggered, so the voters won't be considering so many seats at once, and the presence of some incumbents going forward will likely reduce the fields...."

Perry Calls Special Election for Strama's Seat
House District 50 on Nov 5 ballot with four Democrats in hunt
DAILY News  July 12, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...When Mark Strama resigned from his Texas House seat earlier this month to become head of Google Fiber's Austin operation, a special election to finish his term was inevitable. Now Gov..."

Greens Announce Thin Slate for 2014
51 candidates announced for November election
DAILY News  January 9, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...The Green Party of Texas confirmed itself as the fourth party in a two party state this week as it unveiled a statewide slate of 51 candidates for the November general election. Only four Greens are running for Travis County seats – and only two of those actually live in the Austin area...."

Austin City Election
Endorsements for mayor and Council
News Story  October 16, 2014, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...Early voting begins Oct. 20; election day is Nov..."

10-1 Ticker... election updates!
D4 race heats up, gives D3 competition for "most contentious"
News Story  October 30, 2014, by the News Staff
"...D3's Eric Rangel charged supporters of D3 candidate Susana Almanza with violating polling place laws at Ruiz Library on the first day of early voting. However, the Travis County Elections Division tells Newsdesk they investigated the complaint and discovered no evidence of illegal electioneering....."

10-1 Ticker... Election Updates!
What's Laura Pressley taking credit for now?
News Story  October 23, 2014, by the News Staff

10-1 Ticker ... Election updates!
It's campaign video season
News Story  October 16, 2014, by the News Staff

10-1 Ticker... Election Updates!
Crimes and misdemeanors
News Story  October 9, 2014, by the News Staff

10-1 Ticker... Election updates!
Forum drama abounds
News Story  October 2, 2014, by the News Staff

Election Notes
District 6, mobility fits, and complaints of campaign thrift
News Story  October 27, 2016, by Richard Whittaker, Mary Tuma and Michael King
"...It's All About the Money: The award for most masochistic press release of the election cycle goes to Ceasar Ruiz, the Republic­an challenging incumbent Rep. Celia Israel in House District 50..."

Election Ticker: Travis Turning Out
Voter registration deadlines come and gone
News Story  October 11, 2018, by Mary Tuma, Austin Sanders, Michael King and Nina Hernandez
"...Mayor Steve Adler's re-election campaign announced Tuesday that he has raised more than $714,000 from more than 3,000 individual donors, or "already … more individual donors than … during the 2014 general election." (Adler also lists outstanding loans carried over from 2014 of $449,000.) For the most recent period (July 1-Sept. 27), Adler reported contributions of $140,000, and cash-on-hand of more than $205,000..."

Election Ticker: Don’t Listen to Us!
Midterm coverage, from the folks you love to hate
News Story  October 25, 2018, by Mike Clark-Madison, Chase Hoffberger, Michael King, Mary Tuma and Nina Hernandez

Election Coverage: The Texas Lege: A Tight Squeeze
Texas Dems put incumbents through the wringer
News Story  November 8, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Charles Schwertner of George­town beat Dem challenger Meg Walsh in the 12-county seat stretching east from Wilco to Bryan and Huntsville. And with that being enough to maintain the three-fifths GOP supermajority engineered by right-wing ringmaster Dan Patrick (and sadly maintained by the Democrats' face-plant in the September special election to replace the felonious Carlos Uresti), the state Senate will continue to be led into unproductive culture wars...."

Election Notes: It’s a Family Affair ... Again
Susana Almanza's back in D3, and Ann Kitchen has an opponent
News Story  August 9, 2018, by Sarah Marloff, Chase Hoffberger and Austin Sanders
"...someone who's running for office because Kitchen hadn't drawn an opponent. Nathan White is a 26-year-old administrative assistant at Girling Health­ Care who said on Monday that he thought Kitchen's done "tremendous work" on Council these past four years, but that after the 2016 election, he didn't think it was very democratic for any incumbent to run unopposed..."

And They’re Off … for Next November!
Parsing out potential re-election campaigns on City Council
News Story  September 28, 2017, by Michael King
"...After we speculated in passing about next November's City Council campaigns ("Point Austin," Sept. 22), it occurred that it's not too early to ask those council members eligible for re-election if indeed they plan to run next year..."

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