While the presidential election is months away, Oklahoma voters are heading to the polls today.
As voters head to the polls, the candidates in the Texas governor's race are keeping a close eye on those exit polls and the forecast.
If you live in Wichita County, you will be voting on new election equipment that may have some scratching their heads.
Early voting is over in Wichita County but the frenzy for county clerk officials is just beginning.
Find the voting guide for Wichita County here.
Members of the Wichita County Democratic party hit the neighborhoods on Saturday encouraging people to vote.
For the first time in a decade, Wichita County's voting system has a new look. That's after Wichita County Commissioners approved spending $118,000 on that equipment.
Early voting gets underway October 20.
Another county is looking into creating a super precinct.
There's a growing push to expand absentee voter rights ahead of the upcoming midterm elections.
If you still need to register to vote your window is closing fast. The deadline for the March 4th Texas primaries is Monday at 5 PM. You can register at your county clerk's office.
The filing period to run for city offices in Texoma opened Wednesday and one Wichita Falls candidate has already filed for re-election.
Candidates who have filed with Texas Secretary of State to run in 2014 primaries in Wichita County:
Here you will find explanations of the various constitutional amendments proposed.
Here are the voting locations for Wichita County for election day- 11/5/2013.
Before the current U.S. Supreme Court term ends in late June, the justices will decide the fate of the most potent part of a law widely considered the most important piece of civil rights legislation ever passed by Congress the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
86-year-old charged with voter fraud says her dementia caused her to vote twice in the same primary election.
With only 7 days left to vote, we're taking a look at the Wichita County Commissioner Precinct 3 race.
Saturday folks in both communities took to the polls to let their voices be heard on the issue. And with 90 percent of voters saying "yes", the consolidation will move forward.
Only *one* Wichita Falls city council race is being contested this
year. And if you live in District Three, the three candidates hope
you'll head out to vote on May 12th.