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Race for Houston Mayor Heads to a Runoff

In a field of more than a dozen candidates, two well-known Texas Democrats emerged: U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee and State Senator John Whitmire.

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Andy Beshear Defeats Daniel Cameron to Remain Kentucky Governor

The expensive and at times bitter contest was one of just three elections for governor this year, all in traditionally strong Republican states.

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Ohio Votes to Establish Right to Abortion

The State Constitution will protect access to the procedure. The result sends a strong signal that voters are still angry about the demise of Roe.

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Jonathan Shell Wins Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Race

Democrats’ losing streak in statewide elections for agriculture commissioner continues.

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Cody Smith Wins Uvalde Mayor Race

Cody Smith, who twice held the mayor’s post, defeated two other candidates, including Kimberly Mata-Rubio, whose daughter died in a mass shooting last year.

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Joe Hogsett Wins a Third Term as Indianapolis Mayor

The race was the most expensive in the city’s history. Mr. Hogsett was challenged by Jefferson Shreve, a Republican.

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Former C.I.A. Officer Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse Charges

The former officer, Brian Jeffrey Raymond, 47, admitted that he had sexually assaulted dozens of women, dating back as far as 2006, both in the United States and overseas, federal…

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Fire Destroys World War II-Era Blimp Hangar in California

The structure was built in 1942 to house blimps that patrolled the California coastline, watching for enemy submarines.

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Wildfires Burn for Days in Southern U.S. States

Firefighters in several states have been fighting to contain blazes that have primarily been fueled by severe drought and warmer temperatures.

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What Time Do Polls Close?

Voting will end starting at 6 p.m. Eastern in Kentucky, as Election Day wraps up.