FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Floating as high as the patriotic balloons and streamers, Democratic party-goers’ excitement filled to the ceiling of the dimly lit Stagecoach Ballroom. Facing the crowd of people sitting in the corner of the room, MSNBC broadcasted election results on a large flat screen TV.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is elected president of the United States, as voters eager to shake up the nation’s political establishment pick the businessman to lead the country. An unexpected Republican nominee, Trump rode a wave of support from voters seeking change and willing to accept…
News reporter Nick Tarrant reported live from the Tarrant County Democratic Party Election Night watch party as supporters watched results come in after polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
News reporter Samantha Douty reported live from the Tarrant County Republican Election Night watch party as supporters watched results come in after polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Republican Donald Trump is the President-elect based on unofficial returns from the Nov. 9, 2016 Tarrant County and Secretary of State as of 12:30 a.m. Central Standard Time. Electoral college results are according to the Associated Press.
Bill Waybourn and Max Koch III are contending for Tarrant County’s Sheriff Office this November. The Sheriff’s Office addresses law enforcement issues on the county level, acting in a role similar to a police chief in a municipal department. Their responsibilities include investigating compl…
Four judicial candidates are in the running for Place 2 on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals: Mary Lou Keel, Lawrence “Larry” Meyers, Mark Ash and Adam Reposa.
Under the office of the Tax Assessor-Collector, an elected individual calculates and collects property tax rates for the county, and issues motor vehicle registration and licenses. They may collect city, school and other local taxing entities, as well as other various fees for the state and county.
Many events have set this election apart from others. There are many moving parts, from the mass amount of media coverage to the political polarization among the two parties. Another factor making this election even more of an outlier is all the stress it comes with, according to the America…
Political science senior Babajide Carew chanted “Show me what voting looks like,” as he led more than a dozen students through campus. They responded with, “This is what voting looks like.”
An estimated 66.5 million people watched the second debate between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton Sunday, according to Nielsen.