Cornyn’s horrendous numbers should be a concerning sign for him as he looks towards a re-election campaign in 2020.
Though the platform includes issues ranging from medical marijuana to the USS Texas, topping the list are the party’s five legislative priorities.
Dickey’s election is a signal that the old guard Republican establishment is on a continued path towards self-inflicted irrelevance.
They have an opportunity to correct the issue in the upcoming Senate District Conventions tomorrow morning.
The “guest worker” proposal appears to resemble the “Texas Solution” from previous convention fights.
We don’t need a prohibition requiring funding, we need to be smarter about what we mandate.
The current spending limit is only growth-resistant, not growth-proof. And there’s a pretty big difference.
The mistake advocates of the county plan make is that they confuse the relationship between states and the federal government with the relationship between our state and county governments.
While the proposal seems dead on arrival in New York, it appears to be moving in the Lone Star State.
Republican delegates at the state convention in San Antonio will decide whether to retain James Dickey or elect Cindy Asche to chair the party.