None of the five pro-family slate candidates defeated the incumbents.
“I hate it here!”
Pflugerville ISD proposes raising taxes and spending $367.6 million on school bonds, including $44 million for teacher housing.
Llano County officials face a lawsuit after moving explicit children’s books to the adult collection.
A Central Texas school board trustee voted for a 23 percent tax rate increase.
“This kind of evil being forced on Texas children must come to an end.”
“Parents who say, ‘This will never happen in my small town,’ are turning a blind eye.”
“The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.”
Citizens in Corsicana will pay less property taxes to the city in 2023.
An activist librarian at Belton Middle School defended the books in a TikTok video that went viral.
“They are using the censure to challenge our right to free speech.”
Libs Of TikTok exposes Austin teacher for showing children video of drag queen.
The scandal continues with a special investigation into Round Rock Independent School District.
“They should stop wasting resources on legal squabbling and focus on serving RRISD students and families.”
A toxic stew of government incompetence and woke lunacy (all taxpayer financed).
Elisa Chan and Mark Dorazio compete to represent Central Texans in the state House.
Stan Kitzman and incumbent Phil Stephenson compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
Barron Casteel and Carrie Isaac compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
Austin ISD and Dallas ISD purchased multiple sexually explicit books for middle and high school students.
Teacher says “maybe it should feel intimidating” when district employees are pressured to vote.
Caroline Harris and Patrick McGuinness compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
“Hey, what about the working people paying outrageous property taxes to fund this nonsense?”
“It’s time to try something new to turn things around.”
Stan Gerdes and Paul Pape are competing for the Republican nomination in this Central Texas district.
“If we’re already at this point, as an insignificant, nobody, small-town school district, how bad will it be in 20 years if parents don’t stand up and stop this?”