A new campaign ad tells voters to vote on December 7, instead of December 9.
Marc LaHood is challenging incumbent State Rep. Steve Allison.
Britton Brooks is reportedly considering a run for the Texas Senate.
West says he will help bring conservatives into local positions.
The endorsement represents a switch for Abbott, who endorsed Rogers in 2022.
Cruz also prioritized school choice in the 2022 primary, saying it was a “critical factor” in earning his support.
This is not expected to be the last endorsement Abbott makes against those who opposed his top legislative priority.
State Sen. John Whitmire is leading U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee 42 percent to 35 percent according to the latest poll.
Since entering the legislature, Kacal has worked against conservative reforms and sided with Democrats to expand government.
DeSantis is the third candidate to file on the Republican ballot in Texas.
Brent Hagenbuch was censured by the Denton County Republican executive committee earlier this year.
State Rep. Andrew Murr had been censured by two county parties in his district.
Texas State will be the first university in the state to host a presidential debate.
The endorsement comes over a year since Trump announced his plans to seek a second term.
Marc LaHood says he’s entering the race because he believes State Rep. Steve Allison no longer serves the best interests of their community.
Jessica Rose Huang has entered the race to represent Texas House District 26.
Hickland and Shine will compete in the March Republican primary to represent Texas House District 55.
Hinojosa fell short of 50 percent of the vote in 2022 by a mere 0.19 percent.
Fallon had already earned the endorsement of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick for his planned return to the Texas Senate.
Fallon’s announcement results in another open seat for the Texas congressional delegation.
An October poll of likely Republican voters shows Trump leading with 58 percent of the vote
Three seats were won by pro-parent challengers, bringing the conservative majority to six out of seven seats.
With interest, the approved bonds will cost local property taxpayers significantly more than the dollar amounts shown on the ballot.
State Sen. John Whitmire and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee will compete for the office in the runoff.
The proposition failed in a vote of 65 percent to 35 percent.