Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson ends re-election bid after decades in Congress, concedes to Republican Rick Scott

Judge rules on requests by Abrams campaign

Freshman class of 116th Congress invades Washington

Florida recount chugs along as more irregularities surface

Judge: Sides in Florida recount should ‘ramp down’ rhetoric

State Representative Four Price ending bid for Speaker of the House

Continued Coverage

  Florida Sec. of State orders ballot recount in Senate, governor, cabinet races

Colorado voted to abolish slavery in their state – in 2018

Brian Kemp steps down as secretary of state after declaring victory over Stacey Abrams in Georgia governor’s race

Jeff Sessions out as attorney general

Trump celebrates GOP midterm victories despite loss of House to Democrats

Facebook blocks accounts for possible election meddling by Russia and others

Get an Uber, Lyft, Lime to cast your vote on Election Day, use promo code for discounts

Uber, Lyft, Zipcar, Lime and others want to help Americans get to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Rihanna says she doesn’t want Trump using her song at his ‘tragic rallies’

Last year, the singer entrepreneur referred to the president as an “Immoral Pig” when he banned citizens from Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. (Source: Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP)

Pizza to the Polls delivers free pies to voters stuck in long lines

Pizza to the Polls takes reports of long polling lines and then sends pizza to those locations.

In Georgia, online voting database problem leads to countercharge of hacking

Georgia's online voter database morphed into a last-minute curveball in one of the nation's hottest governor's races, with Republican nominee Brian Kemp making a hacking allegation against Democrats just as reports emerged of a gaping vulnerability in a system that Kemp controls as secretary of stat

These 2018 midterm candidates can make history with a victory

Pink wave: Women poised for political leadership in 2018 midterms

Early voting ends Friday, Nov. 2

Barbra Streisand to release anti-Trump album and star in ‘Carpool Karaoke’

O’Rourke rallies large crowd at Lubbock Civic Center

Cruz moves Wednesday afternoon campaign event to Lubbock

Campbell VP who tweeted Soros conspiracy theory leaves company

On Twitter on Monday, Kelly Johnston alleged the Open Society Foundations, which was founded by businessman and activist George Soros, was assisting the caravan by providing what he called “troop carriers” and “rail cars.”

Troops may be sent to halt caravan at border

The U.S. is expected to send troops to the border as part of a plan to prevent a migrant caravan from entering the country.

Defense Secretary Mattis may send at least 800 troops to southern border

Mattis may send around 800 troops to help border patrol agents when the caravan of migrants reaches the U.S.-Mexico border.

Lubbock County Reports: Daily numbers from Vote Lubbock office

Here are the daily numbers from VoteLubbock.org

Challenge for indicted Republicans: Win re-election

Two Republican congressmen trying to win re-election while under indictment in a fresh test of partisanship in the Trump era

GOP on defense to explain pre-existing condition protections

Republican candidates who are still calling for repeal of the Obama-era health care law find themselves on the defensive about how they will preserve protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions

Randall County warns of potential scam targeting unregistered voters

If you haven’t yet registered to vote in Randall County, you may want to stay aware of a possible scam.

Trump orders ‘limited’ new FBI probe after judiciary committee sends Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination to Senate for vote

President Trump said the supplemental FBI probe into Brett Kavanaugh must be limited in scope, and last no longer than a week.

The Latest: Trump postpones meeting with Rosenstein

President Donald Trump has postponed his highly anticipated meeting with embattled Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein until next week

Here’s what to expect at the Kavanaugh-Ford hearing

Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, will testify separately about her allegation of sexual assault at a high school party in the early 1980s.

White House postpones meeting between Trump, Rosenstein

President Donald Trump says his would prefer to keep Rod Rosenstein and not fire the deputy attorney general

Still employed, Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump Thursday

As deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein had been in charge of the Russia investigation.

‘Unbelievable’: Bald eagle lands on fire truck during 9/11 tribute

Many Facebook users expressed their belief the event was “a sign from above honoring those who gave all for others.”

Valdez agrees to debate Abbott on Sept. 28 in Austin

Lupe Valdez, the Democratic candidate for governor, has agreed to debate the Republican incumbent, Greg Abbott, on Sept. 28 in Austin, ending weeks of uncertainty over whether the two would face off.

Beto O’Rourke says he isn’t debating Ted Cruz this Friday

U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, the El Paso Democrat challenging Republican incumbent Ted Cruz in Texas' U.S. Senate race, says a proposed Aug. 31 debate between the two "is not going to happen."

Ted Cruz at Back 40 Grill Wednesday afternoon

Ted Cruz will be in Lubbock on Wednesday afternoon, making a stop at Back 40 Grill. Cruz will be at 5214 98th Street from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29.

Lubbock County GOP members seeking nomination for Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 4

The Lubbock County Republican Party announced a list of candidates who intend to seek the nomination for Lubbock County Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 4 on Monday night.

WATCH LIVE: 2017 Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump

We've got full coverage of the presidential inauguration. Watch live online, on Facebook, or on the air with KCBD NewsChannel 11.

Early voting underway for LISD District 1 runoff

Early voting is underway for the Lubbock Independent School District 1 school board runoff election.

Starr releases statement following Robertson, Arrington debate

Former District 19 Congressional candidate and retired Colonel Michael Bob Starr has released a statement following KCBD's debate on Wednesday between Glen Robertson and Jodey Arrington.

LaCarl Richardson running for District 2 school board

My name is LaCarl Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fancy Richardson. I am a lifetime resident of Lubbock County.

SUPER TUESDAY: State, National, Local results from key races

Ted Cruz is projected to win Texas over Donald Trump and we're keeping a close eye on District 19 results.

DECISION 2016: Voting and candidate info for Super Tuesday

Lubbock County will be using vote centers on Tuesday, so you don't need to vote in a specific precinct.

Juan Chadis announces run for District 1 seat

Juan Chadis announced his campaign for the Lubbock City Council District 1 seat Tuesday morning.

Donald R. May

May says he wants to serve in Washington to accomplish important work and not for the purpose of being important.

Jodey Arrington

Jodey Arrington grew up in Plainview, but now lives in Lubbock.  He has a degrees from Texas Tech University, and worked for the George W. Bush Administration.

Michael Bob Starr

Michael Bob Starr recently retired as 7th Bomb Wing Commander at Dyess Air Force Base in Abilene.  Starr graduates from the U.S. Air Force Academy and has a degree from the Harvard JFK School of Government.  Starr describes himself as a Conservative who entered the CD 19 Race due to the inability of politicians in Washington to deliver results on critical issues like border and national security.

Glen Robertson

Glen Robertson was raised in Lubbock and is currently the Mayor of Lubbock.  He attended Texas Tech University.  His current business endeavors include a public warehousing operation specializing in agricultural products, commercial and residential real estate projects, and a cattle ranch in Post.  Robertson describes himself as a Christian, Constitutional Conservative, and ardent pro-life Republican.

DeRenda Warren

DeRenda Warren lives in Smyer.  She has degrees from Texas Tech University and from the Methodist School of Nursing.  She is a medical administrator in the long-term car industry.  She describes herself as a concerned citizen, mother, and grandmother who wants to ensure that future generations have the same opportunity to achieve and prosper that she did.

Jason Corley

Jason Corley lives in Slaton.  He's a graduate of West Texas A&M University and currently works as a safety superintendent in the oil and energy sector.  Corley describes himself as a Conservative and a Christian.

John C. Key

John C. Key graduated from Monterey High School, and has degrees from Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University.  He served on active duty with the U.S. Army at Walter Reed in Washington, D.C. and also in Panama.  He established Key Animal Clinic in Lubbock.  Key says he's "very concerned about the out of control debt problem we are leaving our children."

Greg Garrett

Greg Garrett grew up in Lubbock and attended Lubbock Christian University.  Garrett is the President and CEO of Platinum Bank and is also a realtor.  He describes himself as a lifelong conservative who believes in limited government, fiscal responsibility, individual liberty, a secure border, and a strong national defense.

Ysidrio Sid Gutierrez announces run for Mayor

There is a new name in the race for Lubbock mayor. Ysidrio Sid Gutierrez filed on Friday.

State and Local Election Results

Up-to-the-minute results from key local and statewide races.

Perry defeats White in race for Texas gov

Republican Gov. Rick Perry has ridden an anti-Washington message to an easy victory over Democrat Bill White.

KCBD.com - Live Coverage

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Unofficial election results for early voting

Here are the unofficial election results for early voting in Lubbock County.

April 13th Final Runoff Election Results

Unofficial election results for the April 13, 2010 runoff election.

June 12 City Runoff Election Results

Unofficial election results for the June 12, 2010 runoff election.

November candidate bio information

For more information on the candidates running in the November 2010 election, click here.

May 8th City Election Results - Final

Unofficial election results for the May 8, 2010 runoff election.

About Victor Hernandez, candidate City Council District 1

About Glen C. Robertson, candidate City Council District 1

About Stephan Lampman, candidate City Council District 5

About Stephan Lampman, candidate City Council District 5

About Karen Gibson, candidate City Council District 5

About Karen Gibson, candidate City Council District 5

About Glen C. Robertson, candidate City Council District 1

About Glen C. Robertson, candidate City Council District 1

Runoff candidates ready for round 2

The runoff race is on. On April 13th voters will know whether or not District 83 Representative Delwin Jones goes back to Austin and which new face will challenge a democratic candidate for Carl Isett's seat in District 84.

About Carol Morgan, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About Carol Morgan, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About Mark Griffin, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About Mark Griffin, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About John Frullo, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About John Frullo, candidate State Representative Dist. 84

About Charles Perry, candidate State Representative Dist. 83

About Charles Perry, candidate State Representative Dist. 83

About Delwin Jones, candidate State Representative Dist. 83

About Delwin Jones, candidate State Representative Dist. 83

March 2nd Local Primary Early Voting Results

Unofficial election results for the March 2, 2010 primary election. Stay with KCBD NewsChannel 11 on air and online for the latest election results.

District 83 heads into a runoff: Jones and Perry

Three local men were vying for the State Representative District 83 seat, but it's down to two. KCBD NewsChannel 11 Christy Moreland spoke with the candidates now facing a runoff.

State Representative District 84 race goes to a run-off

The race for the State Representative District 84 Republican candidate is still undecided. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Brittany Pieper spoke with the candidates.

Nearly 35,000 cast ballots in Lubbock Co.

Different reasons drew thousands of people to the polls on Tuesday.  By 6:37 p.m., 10,816 had cast a ballot.  Add that to the more than 25,000 who voted during early voting, and totals are close to 35,000.

About Barbara Ann Radnofsky, candidate for Attorney General

About Barbara Ann Radnofsky, candidate for Attorney General

Candidates running in the March 2010 Primaries

Candidates have filed for places on the March 2, 2010 Primary ballot.

About Greg Abbott, candidate for Attorney General

About Greg Abbott, candidate for Attorney General