More than a dozen people are dead after a mass shooting at a Washington, D.C. Navy complex. In Monday’s Capital Tonight, we check in with the latest details and talk to Congressman John Carter about the attack.

Here in Texas, officials with the Department of Public Safety are working to make sure people are ready for the voter ID law, which is now in effect. We took a closer look at who’s signing up and what kind of questions they’re asking.

PRIMARY CAMPAIGNS

The primary is still a year and a half away, but campaigns are already in full swing. We checked in with gubernatorial candidates Greg Abbott and Tom Pauken, and talked to the Quorum Report‘s Harvey Kronberg about new poll numbers in the race for lieutenant governor.

AG EXPERIENCE

Plus, we spoke to Republican Uvalde Mayor J. Allen Carnes about his run for the agriculture commissioner seat being vacated by Todd Staples. Click the image below to see that interview, along with the latest on hearings involving UT Regent Wallace Hall.