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.
The Recount Coordinator has found the recount contains 773 votes for Jeff Griffith and 768 votes for Deanne Clark.
Here’s the question; would Charles Perry resign his District 83 to run for the District 28 seat? The answer is yes and no.
Final voting results of the May 27 primary election show Ann-Marie Carruth defeated Gary Vaughn for JP #4. UPDATED
Texas Republican and Democratic primary runoffs conclude Tuesday (May 27) at 7:00 pm. A link to voting center locations is included.
A photojournalist for EverythingLubbock.com pressed Stanley on his endorsement of Griffith. Stanley fired the first shot in a war of words between the two men on the issue of campaign finance. Why did he endorse Griffith after sharp criticism during the campaign?
The City of Lubbock runoff election between Deanne Clark and Jeff Griffith will not be June 14; it will be June 21.
The perceived front-runner for the District 28 Senate Seat is State Representative Charles Perry of Lubbock.
The runoffs include the Republican race for Lubbock County Justice of the Peace Precinct #4 between Gary Vaughn and Ann-Marie Carruth.
Here are the final results of city/school elections including Lubbock City Council and school bond issues in Frenship, Lubbock-Cooper and Slaton. UPDATED 5/10/14 9:56 pm
Candidate for City Council District 1 Frank Gutierrez says “absolutely” he will challenge the results of Saturday’s election in which Victor Hernandez narrowly escaped a runoff in his bid for re-election.
City Council candidate for District 3 Deanne Clark said Tuesday that all of the city's budget, including Lubbock Power & Light, needs to be examined to ensure all funds are being spent appropriately.
With a significant presence of Lubbock ISD campuses in City Council District 3, the Lubbock Educators Association has endorsed Maurice Stanley.
Early voting starts Monday for the May 10 municipal and school elections.
The West Texas Home Builder’s Association fired back after allegations that it was a “special interest” that influenced local races for City Council.
On Thursday Lana Bear Moore, who is running for the District 1 seat on City Council, spoke of her concerns with Lubbock Power and Light in front of LP&L's administrative building on 13th Street and Avenue L.
We talk a $55 million bond project for LCISD with Superintendent Pat Henderson of Lubbock-Cooper ISD.
Candidates from City Council Districts 1, 3, and 5 will be present. All but two candidates have confirmed their participation in Monday’s event.
Lubbock-Cooper Superintendent Pat Henderson joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the 2014 bond election.
City Council District 3 candidate Maurice Stanley held a press conference Monday where he donated questionably raised campaign funds to a local charity.
City Council District 3 candidate Maurice Stanley admits he put himself in a position to potentially violate campaign ethics laws. He is now trying to fix it.
City Councilman Victor Hernandez said Friday that he had returned campaign contributions made to him for his re-election bid to City Council District 1. UPDATED for comments by Frank Gutierrez.
Maurice Stanley claimed that large donations and special interest groups ultimately lead to lower property values in District 3.
Lana Bear Moore officially announced her campaign to run for Lubbock City Council, District 1 on Wednesday. Moore will face longtime Councilman Victor Hernandez and another challenger, Frank Gutierrez.
Lubbock businessman Jeff Griffith on Thursday formally announced his candidacy for Lubbock City Council – District 3.
Greg Abbott won the Republican nomination Tuesday to run for Governor of Texas. He took more than 90% of the vote. At the same time Wendy Davis won the nomination to run for Governor as a Democrat.