Politics

Victoria College receives grant for youth STEM camps

Governor Greg Abbott today announced 16 grants totaling $946,905 that will be distributed through the Governor's Summer Merit Program to Texas universities and community colleges for summer youth camps that focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). 

Hundreds flock to the polls for early voting

Early voting began Monday and after just 24 hours hundreds of Victorians have already gone to the polls to cast their vote. The total number of in person early voters is at 489, with 269 on the first day of…

Holocaust Remembrance Week in public schools has passed the House

Thursday, the Texas House of Representatives passed HB 3966, State Representative Richard Peña Raymond's (District 42) legislation that directs all Texas public schools to acknowledge and educate all students on the atrocities of the Holocaust which primarily took place in Europe during World War II.

Secretary Whitley encourages Texans to vote early

Prepare to cast a ballot in May 4th Election

"It is critical to make sure all eligible Texans have a voice in shaping the future of their local communities," Texas Secretary of State David Whitley said. 

Cornyn introduces bill to protect Association Health Plans

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) joined a group of colleagues to introduce legislation to prevent thousands of people from losing their health care coverage after a federal judge struck down the Department of Labor's Association Health Plans rule.