Harrison County approved the canvass of election returns, on Tuesday, confirming the number of votes that were cast in the federal, state, and county races for the Nov. 3 Election.
Voters across East Texas on Tuesday were tasked with selecting school board trustees at five area school districts. The unofficial preliminary results came in early Wednesday from the Harrison County Elections Office.
WASKOM — Incumbent Tommy Lee Philpot and candidate David M. Dulude were two of three candidates elected to the alderman at-large positions for the city of Waskom election, Tuesday night.
Republican Brandon “BJ” Fletcher prevailed in the hotly contested Harrison County sheriff’s race against Democratic candidate George Gill, leading by an overwhelming margin.
JEFFERSON — Jefferson resident Rob Baker took a clear lead over his two competitors on Tuesday to win the Jefferson mayoral race by a wide margin, according to preliminary election results from the Marion County Elections Office.
JEFFERSON — In Marion County’s three contested races, all Republican candidates won their respective races, on Tuesday, for the offices of sheriff, Precinct 3 commissioner, and Precinct 2 constable.
As of 7:51 p.m. Panola County has released early voting and mail-in ballot preliminary totals for the Elysian Fields ISD School board races. Elysian Fields ISD Place 1: Sean Swank has 197 votes and Stephen Mathews has 208 votes.EFISD Place 2: Bradley Lewis has 215 votes and Tena Tiller has 1…
Though many counties throughout Texas began receiving early voting results around 7 p.m., Harrison County Elections Administrator Donald Robinette released a statement around 7:45 p.m. regarding the county's results.
According to Elections Administrator Donald Robinette, as of around 5 p.m. more than 56 percent of voters had cast their ballot either during early voting or so far on Election Day. This is approximately 26,355 voters, he said.
Harrison County NAACP Branch No. 6185 has teamed up with local churches to provide those in need of transportation a free ride to the polls on Election Day.
Early voting for the Nov. 3 General Election ended this past Friday, with 51 percent of registered voters in Harrison County casting ballots during the period.
With early voting numbers in Texas surpassing the total number of voters in the 2016 presidential election this week, more people than ever are taking the time to exercise their civic right to vote.
In preparation for Election Day, the Harrison County Elections Office will conduct a second public logic and accuracy test of tallying equipment on Sunday at the elections office.
As of Thursday, a total of 33 percent of Harrison County registered voters had cast their ballots in the Nov. 3 General Election.
BEAUMONT — U.S. Attorney Stephen J. Cox recently announced that Assistant U.S. Attorneys (AUSAs) have been appointed to lead the efforts of his Office in connection with the Justice Department’s nationwide Election Day Program for the upcoming Nov. 3 general election.
Early voting for the Nov. 3 presidential, state, county and local elections for Harrison County will kick off today through Oct. 30, with a weekend option at the main elections office. Weekend opening for the elections office will be Saturday, Oct. 24, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. …
U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, has won re-election to the 1st Congressional District each time since November 2004 and says he has strong feelings this election about the direction the country is headed.
Hank Gilbert, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Congressional District 1 seat, wants to be a voice for every resident in the district, which is why he is running for office.
David Capps, Republican candidate for the Marion County Sheriff’s race, has a vested interest in the safety of the residents of the county, which is why he is running for office in the Nov. 3 General Election.
David Quada Jr., Democratic candidate for Marion County sheriff, desires to restore the trust between law enforcement and the community, which is why he is running for office in the Nov. 3 General Election.
Ralph Meisenheimer, Republican candidate for Marion County Pct. 3 commissioner, is running for office not only to help enhance the county road system but improve the county, as a whole.
Editor’s note: This is the final story in a four part series over the Charter amendments/propositions. Edits have been made to this story to correct the letters associated with the amendments.
Editor’s note: This is the third in a four part series over the Charter amendments/propositions. Edits have been made to this story to correct the letters associated with the charter propositions.
Audrey Spanko, Democratic candidate for Texas Senate District 1, will visit with constituents at the Harrison County Democratic Party headquarters, today, as part of her “East Texas Deserves More” tour.
Editor’s note: The second portion of the charter amendments accidentally ran first in the Sept. 29 edition of The Marshall News Messenger. Edits have been made to this story to correct the letters associated with the charter propositions. This is the first in a four part series.
Editor's note: this is the second in a four part series. Edits have been made to this story to correct the letters associated with the charter propositions.
AUSTIN (AP) — A federal judge Friday blocked Texas from eliminating straight-ticket voting, a decision that would allow for choosing one party’s entire slate of candidates in the November election that is now less than six weeks away.
Robert Wood will face off against Micah Fenton for the open District 7 commissioners seat at the upcoming Nov. 3 election.
Micah Fenton will be facing off against Robert Wood for the open District 7 commissioners seat for the upcoming Nov. 3 election.
The Harrison County Democratic Party recently celebrated the opening of its new headquarters, located at 213 W. Austin St., in downtown Marshall.
Jeffery Henderson is running for the city commission District 2 seat against interim commissioner Leo Morris for the Nov. 3 election.
Incumbent candidate Leo Morris is running for District 2 commissioner in the upcoming special called election for the position on Nov. 3.
JEFFERSON — Droves of participants turned out for the Tractors for Trump parade in downtown Jefferson, on Saturday, in support of the re-election bid for President Donald Trump.
Nearly 50 registered to vote, on Saturday, as the Marshall NAACP Branch No. 6185 held a drive-thru registration and Family Fun Day to gear up for the Nov. 3 Election.
The Texas Supreme Court’s decision to order the restoration of Green Party candidates to the November ballot will have minimal impact on Harrison County’s mail-in voting procedures, Elections Administrator Donald Robinette said Wednesday.