April in Denton means bluebonnets, severe weather and the occasional political storm, too.
Mayor Chris Watts’ real estate portfolio has grown a bit since he was first elected two years ago.
U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess urged American athletes Friday to skip the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Brazil because of concerns over the Zika virus.
Many candidates for local, state and federal office added a campaign stop at the University of North Texas on Thursday night, speaking to about two dozen members of the Mean Green chapter of League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC.
This year’s streak of well-attended candidate forums continued Wednesday night as Denton City Council hopefuls took questions from residents of Robson Ranch retirement community.
Friday was a busy day for polling stations in Denton County. More than a quarter of voters who cast their primary ballots early waited until the last day of the 11-day early voting period, according to the county elections office.
The Denton chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens and the Denton County chapter of the NAACP hosted a two-hour candidate forum Saturday at the Central Fire Station on Hickory Street, where those running for state and county offices highlighted what their priorities will be if elected.
More vocational programs in schools, support of the Second Amendment and term limits are just some of the issues the candidates in the race for Texas House of Representatives District 106 mostly agree on. However, they have differing views on several issues.
It’s like Election Day 2014 all over again. Except it’s not November yet.
Connor Flanagan and Paul Greco, both seeking the Democratic nomination for state representative in District 64, said they want to address education, the cost of college, local control of government and alternative energy sources if chosen to run against the Republican candidate in November.
Candidates in 11 contested Denton County political races stepped up their game in January, raising about $200,000 and loaning themselves another $654,000 for the upcoming primaries.
The two candidates running for the Republican nomination to the Denton County Commissioners Court Precinct 1 seat both have experience listening to the needs of residents throughout the county.