Elections

  ELECTION RESULTS: Voters approve Prop A, set to make Lubbock a Sanctuary City for the Unborn

ELECTION RESULTS: Lubbock voters have approved Proposition A, set to make Lubbock a Sanctuary City for the Unborn. They've also approved $420 million in bonds for Lubbock-Cooper ISD. We have statements from the mayor and the school district here.

Republican David Spiller wins rural Texas House seat, replacing Drew Springer

  Congressman Arrington on Electoral College Certification Vote: ‘I will object’

  Lubbock County Republican among Texas presidential Electors to cast vote

Texas contests election results in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania

  Lubbock County Democratic Party calls for unity, healing after contentious election

Arrington: ‘Unwise to accept any outcome before recounts are final’

Continued Coverage

Democrats’ hopes of flipping Texas again fall short as Republicans dominate the state’s 2020 elections

  ELECTION RESULTS: Final results for city, county, most state races

  Precinct 3 Commissioner challengers react to early voting numbers

  Mayor Pope sees ‘bright days’ ahead for Lubbock community

How votes are collected at the Lubbock County Elections Office

LPD plans in case of election unrest

  Early voting in Lubbock County exceeds entire vote cast in 2016

54% of all registered voters in Lubbock cast their ballots early this year, easily breaking records, already exceeding the entire vote total for 2016.

  WATCH: Trump Train circles Loop 289 from Cook’s Garage

Trump supporters circled Loop 289 again on Sunday evening, Oct. 18, as part of their second Trump Train event.

  TTU professor explains high turnout for ‘profound’ election

Lubbock broke another record for early voting on Wednesday, as voters rush to cast their ballots in this “profound” election.

No straight-ticket voting for Texas’ 2020 election, federal appeals court says

A three-judge panel on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a 2017 state law ending the popular one-punch option — and admonished a lower court judge for trying to bring the practice back so soon before early voting starts Oct. 13.

  Total of 800 workers needed for Election Day

How to vote by mail in Texas

2020 Primary Election Runoff details

2 changes to Election Day vote center locations in Lubbock

  Lubbock County prepares for election changes amid COVID-19 pandemic

Mail in ballots counted: Kovar avoids runoff against Dumbauld in County Commissioner Pct. 1 race

Decision 2020 Election Results

Local, state and national results are in for the 2020 Republican and Democratic primaries.

WATCH: NBC Super Tuesday Special Report

NBC News coverage of Super Tuesday begins at 7 p.m. CST and will last through the night.

  Sample ballots, voting locations for March 3 Primary

Early voting has concluded for the March 3 Texas Primary election. Here are some quick links to voting locations, acceptable forms of photo ID, and the sample ballot lookup.

  Lala Chavez launches re-election campaign for LISD District 1

Lala Chavez kicked off her campaign Saturday morning at the site of the district's future North Elementary School at North Avenue U and Cesar E. Chavez Drive.

Cary Shaw announces run for PCT. 3 Lubbock County Commissioner

Cary W. Shaw has announced his run for Lubbock County Commissioner of Precinct 3.

Nov. 5 election includes area school bond proposals, Slaton leadership spots

Voters throughout Lubbock County and the South Plains have some major decisions to make when it comes to special elections during November’s election.

Snyder Democrat to announce campaign against Dustin Burrows

Addison Perry-Franks will officially announce her candidacy for the Texas House of Representatives District 83 seat. She will run as a Democrat against Republican incumbent Dustin Burrows.

Cast your ballots! Saturday is Election Day

Saturday, May 4, is Election Day and all around Texas residents have the opportunity to cast their ballots for mayoral races, city council spots, school board positions and special bond initiatives.

Voters choose to increase hotel/motel occupancy & rental car tax for Lubbock County Expo Center

Lubbock County voters have decided on a proposed increase to hotel/motel occupancy and rental car taxes to fund a multipurpose arena.

Early voting ends Friday, Nov. 2

Early voting for the Nov. 6, 2018 election runs from Monday, Oct. 22 through Friday, Nov. 2.

Cruz moves Wednesday afternoon campaign event to Lubbock

Senator Ted Cruz has moved his Halloween rally at a Floyd County farm to Lubbock.

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.

FULL VIDEO: Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke clash over immigration, Trump, guns during intense debate

U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke of El Paso, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, took a newly aggressive tack against Republican incumbent Ted Cruz in their first debate Friday evening.

Lubbock County Elections Office open late for voter registration Tuesday

Tuesday, Sept. 25 is National Voter Registration Day. The Lubbock County Elections Office will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Cruz, O’Rourke agree to 3 debates

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his Democratic challenger, U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke of El Paso, have agreed to three debates before Election Day.

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.