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Early Voting Begins Today

Let your opinion be known!

Early voting starts today and runs through next Friday, February 28th.

And when you go to the polls, you'll have to have a valid ID, because of the voter ID law that was recently passed.  What counts as a valid ID?

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Furious NY Congressman Threatens to Beat Up Reporter on Camera [VIDEOS]

It looks like Chris Christie and Rob Ford have some company in the 'politicians under fire' camp.

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President Obama Declares 2014 a ‘Year of Action’ in State of the Union Address

Declaring 2014 a "year of action" as he unveiled a series of relatively meager executive actions, President Barack Obama vowed in his State of the Union address Tuesday night to sidestep Congress "whenever and wherever" he can in order to push through his agenda.

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Mitt Romney Does ‘Gangnam Style,’ The World Can’t Stop Laughing [VIDEO]

Mitt Romney – one-time presidential candidate and possible future ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant.

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Christie Takes a Detour in ‘Bridgegate’ Statement [VIDEO]

The governor's statement late Wednesday, about the GWB lane closures, are a sharp departure from his comments on "Ask The Governor" Dec. 23.

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Candidate for Governor has East Texas Ties

Lisa Fritsch graduated from John Tyler High School in 1993, and twenty years later is running for Governor of Texas.

She stopped in Tyler over the weekend to talk about the issues she's campaigning on, including the goal to end poverty in Texas. Fritsch aims to beat John Abbott for the Republican nomination for Governor in the March primary.

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Hilarious Survey Reveals Americans Like Witches and Hemorrhoids More Than Congress

With the government shutdown rolling on, it’s no surprise to hear Americans don’t exactly have a high opinion of Congress.

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East Texans Encourage Others to Exercise Gun Rights

Several people gathered in Nacogdoches Saturday for gun rights.

Representatives from the group Open Carry Texas were at the rally, along with several other groups.  The rally was hosted by The Texas Sons of Liberty Riders.

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