The people have spoken — at least, the people who cast ballots in an unofficial "Women on 20s" campaign — and more than 100,000 voters want to see Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill instead of Andrew Jackson.
Turnout for this election was much lower than it was for the last major WFISD bond issue last May.
After the $125 million WFISD school bond failed by a landslide last year. This year's $59.5 million school bond passed with over 59%.
Early election results are rolling in from across Texoma.
Wichita Falls League of Women Voters guide to May 9th election and voting locations.
The early voting numbers are in and that could mean a crowded Election Day in Wichita Falls this Saturday.
Early voting on local elections has been extended in most locations.
As your local election headquarters, we're taking a look at the 15-proposed city charter changes in Burkburnett.
As your local election headquarters, we are wrapping up our candidate previews with the councilor-at-large race.
The House Committee will discuss and try to vote on Congressman Mac Thornberry's proposal for the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act.
Deandra Chenault and Donnie Melton are running for the District 2 city council seat.
Wichita County Democrats host an informational session to discuss the WFISD bond.
The ballots for this year's May election are ready to go and voters in District One will have a chance to choose between retired Wichita Falls resident Walter King and businessman Stephen Santellana.
Early voting for the Wichita Falls Independent School District bond issue and city elections begins on April 27 and with around 50 thousand registered voters, the last several WFISD bond elections only drew around 20% of voters.
It's the last day to register to vote in next month's local elections!
While the presidential election is months away, Oklahoma voters are heading to the polls today.
WF Board of Trustees vote to put a $59.5 million dollar bond that would include a new Career and Technical Education Center on the May ballot.
In every state across the country, voters made their voices heard in some tight races in congressional, state and local races.
One day after Archer City voters narrowly pass a school bond election, school officials are making plans for the future.
The votes are in and have been counted, but there were a few glitches as folks headed out to cast their ballots.
On Tuesday, 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry was elected to another term.
Congressional leaders will head to the white house on Friday after sweeping Tuesday night's elections.
Enough U.S. Senate races are projected to be won by Republicans to give them a majority of seats.
Wendy Davis addresses her loss to Greg Abbott in the Texas Governor race.
Republican Greg Abbott has been elected Texas governor in a decisive victory over Democrat Wendy Davis.
NBC News projects that Republicans will retain their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives for the final two years of President Barack Obama’s administration.
The early voting totals are starting to come in.
Some voters in Wichita County who went out to the polls on Election Day had to go to the polls twice after encountering some problems with the new voting equipment.
The rain on Election Day is definitely not the kind of weather anyone would want to go out and vote in.
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.
While revenues from the wind farm will help pay for a new high school and junior high, members of two groups explain why they're getting the word out on why voters should vote "Yes" or "No."
Midterm elections madness is in full swing and it's all building up in Texas. However, early voting numbers aren't looking good for Democratic Wendy Davis.
After a new Texas governor is named the political landscape of the state will be vastly changed.
As the country heads to the polls Tuesday one issue on the ballot in Young County is still stirring up some controversy.
Democrats won enough races to keep a majority of seats in the U.S. Senate.
If you live in Wichita County, you will be voting on new election equipment that may have some scratching their heads.
Democratic candidate for Texas governor, Wendy Davis, made a campaign stop in Wichita Falls on Saturday.
Early voting is over in Wichita County but the frenzy for county clerk officials is just beginning.
When you head to the polls, you will not only be voting for new state leaders, but also a proposition that could improve Texas roads.
Find the voting guide for Wichita County here.
Members of the Wichita County Democratic party hit the neighborhoods on Saturday encouraging people to vote.
With 11 days left before the November 4th General Election, two men are busy campaigning for your vote for Wichita County Precinct 2 Commissioner.
Two candidates are seeking to replace a long-time Wichita County commissioner.
Early voters in Wichita County are using new election equipment which they rate as user friendly.
With early voting underway we will be providing information on the issues and candidates on the ballot.
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.
The Senate debates whether or not to arm Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS. Tracie Potts reports.
Wichita County Commissioners met on Monday and approved $1 million dollars worth of new election equipment
Candidates for Texas Senate District 28 debate in Lubbock. Early voting for special election begins next week.