Earlier this week, three candidates rejected the LIBRE Initiative’s endorsement. Four have yet to comment.
“… I’m hesitant to sign on to anything that makes us, you know, more broken.”
When Democrats fled for Washington, D.C., to break quorum last year, Kacal said they should be given “a victory or two.”
Just days after Americans for Prosperity and the LIBRE Initiative released their first round of endorsements, some candidates are distancing themselves from the group’s support.
Voters in Texas’ largest Republican county weigh in on the upcoming primary election.
The LIBRE Initiative advocates for permanent legal status for illegal aliens.
In an 8-1 decision last month, the Court of Criminal Appeals said that a state law granting the attorney general the power to unilaterally prosecute election cases is unconstitutional.
Gov. Greg Abbott endorsed Klick, who faces four challengers in the Republican primary.
Journalist John Davidson explains the dire situation at Texas’ southern border.
Additionally, the campaign touted receiving more than 13,000 individual donations.