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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

Elections

Establishment beats tea party in Alabama runoff

In Alabama, the establishment won. Bradly Byrne, a former State senator, defeated businessman Dean Young in the GOP primary runoff for Alabama's 1st district, CNN projects.

November election results

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Texas Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis announces El Paso campaign stop Friday

Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis has announced a campaign stop in the Sun City on Friday, November 1st.

Judges: 2014 Primaries Can Use Lege-Approved Maps

The state’s 2014 primaries will be held using the congressional and legislative maps approved by lawmakers this summer, a federal panel of judges ruled Friday.

Feds want Texas to return to clearing changes to state's voting laws

The U.S. Justice Department will seek a federal court order to force Texas to return to pre-clearing any changes to its voting laws.

Mayoral candidate interviews: Oscar Leeser

Voters will head to the polls Saturday to elect a new mayor, and the two candidates are doing everything they can to sway last minute voters.

Mayoral candidate interviews: Oscar Leeser (Part Two)

Voters will head to the polls Saturday to elect a new mayor, and the two candidates are doing everything they can to sway last minute voters.

Mayoral candidate interviews: Steve Ortega

Voters will head to the polls Saturday to elect a new mayor, and the two candidates are doing everything they can to sway last minute voters.

Mayoral candidate interviews: Steve Ortega (part two)

Voters will head to the polls Saturday to elect a new mayor, and the two candidates are doing everything they can to sway last minute voters.

Run off election early voting set to kick off next week

As a reminder, early voting for El Paso's run off election begins Monday, June 3rd. In the May election, Oscar Leeser came in with 47.5% of votes and Steve Ortega with 21.9% of votes.  

Mayoral candidates prepare for runoff election

With none of the 8 candidates for mayor receiving 50 percent of the vote Saturday, the top two vote getters will campaign for another month to determine the future mayor of El Paso.

Oscar Leeser prepares for runoff election against Steve Ortega

Mayoral candidate Oscar Leeser was headed into a runoff with Steve Ortega. Leeser had 47.50 percent of the votes.

Third-place candidate shares thoughts on mayoral race

El Paso mayoral candidate, Robert Cormell came in third place on election night, according to unofficial results.

At least three new faces expected on El Paso City Council

Mayor John Cook, Susie Byrd and Steve Ortega each reached their limit of two terms this election. Going into the May, 2013 election, at least three new faces were expected to join El Paso City Council.