Elections

Crowd of hopefuls lining up to take on Cornyn

Jan 29, 2014
NPR

Twenty Texans think they could do a better job than U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.

 

In his re-election bid, the two-term Republican senator has drawn seven Republicans, five Democrats, four independents, three Libertarians and one Green Party candidate to run for his seat. It is by far the most crowded statewide race in Texas this year.

 

It’s Election Day.

More than 3,100 ballots have been cast in the last 2 days. 1,212 people voted in person Tuesday, with another 50 ballots arriving by mail and with one military ballot being received.