Women at the Tarrant County Democratic watch party reflect on getting to cast their first vote for a female presidential nominee.
Diners at the Paris Coffee Shop discuss the results of the 2016 election the morning after Donald Trump was announced as president elect.
The Latino population has a change to swing the election, but will they?
Fort Worth voters took to the polls today to cast their votes on Election Day. Here are some stories from the polls in The109.
Election day is Tuesday, and it’ll be your last chance to make your voice heard in the choosing the next presidential candidate.
It may not seem as important as U.S. Representative, but the Texas State Congress affects Texans much more directly than the U.S. Congress.
Before you vote for your U.S. Representative, learn about who the candidates are.
Fort Worth scored a perfect 100 for LGBT inclusiveness in the community on a national scorecard. Scores account for city policies, services and municipal laws.
The Texas Supreme Court is the highest court in the state. Who will you vote to be on it?
Voting isn’t as complicated of a process as it seems, and early voting is just as easy.