Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am


City Councilman Steve Ortega makes it to runoff for mayoral election

The final numbers for the mayoral election on Friday lead to an official runoff.

City council races to be decided in a runoff

Four El Paso City Representative seats were up for grabs Saturday night. Three of the four are headed to a runoff. Emma Acosta ran unopposed in District 3 and was elected to another term.

May voting results 2013

Last update: 9:58 p.m. Anthony ISD

General election set for May 11

Statistics for early voting were released by the county Wednesday.

El Paso expects bigger voter turnout than 2009 mayoral election

The El Paso mayoral race is a week away. As candidates fight for votes, voters are turning out in big numbers -- and even bigger than the last mayoral election in 2009.

Newly designed elections department website

The El Paso County Elections Department is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website, www.epcountyvotes.com.

Obama Wins Florida Four Days After the Election

Four days after the 2012 presidential election, President Barack Obama can claim victory in Florida. The state finally finished counting all the votes Saturday and declared President Obama the winner.

Women's Impact on Election

Women had a major impact both nationally and locally in the 2012 election. NewsChannel 9's Adrienne Alvarez sat down with UTEP Political Science Professor Dr. Kathleen Staudt for her insight.

Lowest El Paso Voter Turnout In 12 Years

The 2012 election marked the lowest voter turnout in 12 years in El Paso County, according to the county website. Only 46 percent of El Pasoans cast their ballots Tuesday, according to County election results.

Residents of Chaparral Complain of Voting Problems

Chaparral, New Mexico- Americans awoke this morning to a changed political landscape. Republicans rule the House, Democrats are the majority in the Senate and Barack Obama is back in the White House.

Races See Spike in Women Candidates

Women played a key role in this year's election as both President Barack Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney recognized them for their roles in society.

Obama Wins Latino Vote by Landslide

The shift in the U.S. demographics played a major role in this years election as well as many Latinos hit the polls.

More Women Voting and Running as Candidates

Women played a key role in this year's election, as both President Obama and Mitt Romney recognized them for their roles in society. In fact, a record number of women ran for political office this year.

Obama Thanks America for Victory, Promises to Discuss Path Forward with Romney

President Obama thanked his family, campaign workers and the nation early Wednesday morning after winning his second term in office.

President Celebrates Victory on Twitter

President Obama celebrated his projected re-election on Twitter. Three tweets appeared on the president's page tonight. "Four More Years".