President makes first comments since GOP captured control of the Senate from Democrats and expanded their majority in the House
Greg Abbott spoke at 11:30 am Wednesday to talk about the transition from Rick Perry to Abbott as Governor.
Republican Elise Stefanik has become the youngest woman elected to Congress in history, winning her race against Aaron Woolf in New York's 21st open district 56-32, ABC News projects.
Former ice cream man Doug Ducey scooped up a sweet win today in the Arizona gubernatorial race.
Republicans handed a major defeat to President Obama and Senate Democrats on Tuesday night when they seized control of the Senate by flipping at least seven seats from the Democratic to the GOP column.
The Board of Directors will canvass the election returns and declare the official results on Nov. 18 at 2:30 p.m. at the HPWD office, 2930 Avenue Q, in Lubbock.
Incumbent, Randy Neugebauer, won the District 19 congressional seat.
A Republican tide ripped the Senate away from Democrats Tuesday, giving the GOP full control of Congress and the power to pin down President Barack Obama during his last two years in office.
Lubbock County Democratic Party hosted their watch party at Orlando's Italian Restaurant. The team said they are hopeful for the future of Democrats in West Texas.
The Republican candidates for the District 83 and 84 House races, Dustin Burrows and Rep. John Frullo, respectively, both overwhelmingly won their races Tuesday night.
The House of Representatives remained solidly in Republican hands after Tuesday's midterm election.
Residents in Seminole voted to approve alcohol sales in their city on Tuesday.
Some time before 9:00 pm Tuesday, Wendy Davis called Greg Abbott and conceded the race for Texas Governor to him.
When vulnerable Senate Democrats fled President Barack Obama this year, they left on the table a national midterm message that voters say is often the top issue for them: Their wallets.
Tom Head will remain the County Judge of Lubbock after winning re-election Tuesday night, against Austin Carrizales.
Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell has won re-election in Kentucky, staving off Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes, according to a CNN projection.
A majority of Americans are dissatisfied or angry with President Barack Obama's administration and GOP leaders, according to exit polls released Tuesday and analyzed by CNN
Jason Puckett reports live from the Davis campaign in Ft. Worth.
Our reporters Jason Puckett and Ann Arnold are with the Davis and Abbott campaigns in the final push for support on election day.
The polls are open on this election day and voters across the state are selecting new candidates for each of Texas' main positions including Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General.
Mayor of Seminole, Wayne Mixon, said Monday that Seminole loses money because residents must travel out-of-town to buy alcohol.
Early voting wrapped up Friday and election day will be Tuesday, November 4. In Lubbock County there will be 36 vote centers and registered voters can chose any vote center location regardless of home precinct.
The Lubbock County Office of Elections said Monday that some voters are missing the question of Proposition 1 because they are voting straight ticket for candidates of one party and not looking at the rest of the ballot.
Republican candidate for governor, Greg Abbott, will visit Lubbock Tuesday morning.
State Senator and Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Leticia Van de Putte will host a rally in Lubbock Sunday at 6:00 p.m. as part of her “Vote Leticia Tour.”
Local officials remind voters that a photo ID is required for the November 4 election. (Story includes list of early voting locations for Lubbock County)
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst appointed State Senator Charles Perry to the Senate Committee on Higher Education.
Delwin Jones, 90, suffered a heart attack in the midst of his campaign for the State Senate District 28 seat. Jones spoke in-depth for the first time publicly since getting out of the hospital.
Monday is the last day to register to vote in the November 4 election.
Click this story for a replay after the debate between Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott in Dallas.
Rep. Charles Perry has unofficially won the District 28 State Senate Special Election, with 53% of the district-wide vote.
Click this story for results in the District 28 race to replace Robert Duncan as State Senator.
Click this story for a list of Vote Center locations on election day, September 9, 2014.
Voting in Lubbock and 50 other counties will be from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Early voting starts Monday in the special election for State Senator District 28 – the seat recently vacated by Robert Duncan.
State Representative Drew Springer of Gainesville issued the following statement concerning Charles Perry on August 12.
Jodey Arrington, candidate for State Senate District 28, issued the following statement on August 12.
Candidate for State Senate District 28, Jodey Arrington, released the following information on August 5.
State Representative Charles Perry of Lubbock issued the following statement on August 5.
The following information was released by the Charles Perry campaign on July 29.
A committee of local Republican leaders chose Dustin Burrows to be the GOP candidate for District 83 State Representative.
Congressman Neugebauer will be holding six Town Hall Listening Sessions across Texas’ 19th District over the next two weeks.
Lubbock State Representative Charles Perry officially announced Tuesday afternoon that he will run for State Senate. By itself that would be no surprise. But Perry did offer a significant change of plans.
Former State Representative Delwin Jones of Lubbock announced Monday he will run for State Senate.
As the State Senate District 28 Special Election approaches, it is likely that more candidates will vie for the seat vacated by Robert Duncan. So far, only two candidates have expressed interest on the record; Charles Perry and Jodey Arrington
As of Monday night there is one less prospective candidate to represent Lubbock and surrounding areas at the state capitol in Austin.
Lubbock’s Congressman, Randy Neugebauer, said Thursday that he is opposed to the U.S. government housing people in Littlefield who are suspected of illegally entering the country.
After Robert Duncan stepped down to become the Texas Tech University System Chancellor, now two candidates have confirmed they're running for his vacant state senate seat.
The new district 3 city council member is sworn-in Tuesday at Lubbock city council chambers.
State Senator Robert Duncan of Lubbock resigned effective Thursday but “constituent services remain available” for the people of his district.