Why does Texas have so many elections, and why do few people vote in them?

The high number of contests contributes to the state’s low voter turnout — but it’s not the only reason.

By Emma Williams, The Texas Tribune
Posted 9/29/22

State representative. County judge. Judge for the court of criminal appeals. The ballot goes on and on. A voter in Harris County can expect as many as 90 contests in this November’s general …

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