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Valley sees low turnout for early vote in May 28 runoff elections

Just 22,038 people cast early votes in the May 28 runoff elections for six races in Hidalgo and Cameron counties.

Polls open for primary runoff elections in Hidalgo and Cameron counties

Early Voting for the May 28 primary runoff elections kicked off Monday morning for six local races in Hidalgo and Cameron counties.

Donna voters approve bridge bond election

In about two years, motorists in the Mid-Valley might start to see a new sight — a stream of fully loaded commercial trucks heading northward along Farm-to-Market Road 493 from the Donna-Rio Bravo International Bridge.

Hidalgo County voters elect first appraisal district representatives

For the first time since their inception in 1981, voters in large counties across Texas have selected who they want to represent them on their appraisal district boards of directors.

San Benito sweeps in new school board; winners put up united front

San Benito’s new school board is putting up a united front after voters swept in a slate of candidates in landslide victories.

Hidalgo County school districts see new faces on boards; voters reject props

The May 4 elections saw multiple changes to school boards and all propositions failing to pass for two school districts.

Mission voters overhaul city charter for first time since 1987

Changes will soon be implemented in how the city of Mission conducts elections, keeps track of its financial health and more after voters approved a bevy of changes to the city charter during the city’s charter amendment election on Saturday.

Hidalgo County municipal races marked by incumbent upsets

It was a night of upsets in Hidalgo County as incumbents across several cities lost their bids to keep their seats on their respective city councils during Saturday’s municipal elections.

Election results: Multiple Brownsville races head into runoffs

No major course changes appear to be on the horizon for the Brownsville Navigation District if the results from the May 4 elections in Cameron County are any indication, at least when it comes to liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants.

One winner for Cameron County Appraisal District; two races head to runoffs

There was only one clear winner in the race for newly created elected positions on the Cameron County Appraisal District Board of Directors.