O’Rourke wants teachers to choose which version of history is taught in the classroom.
Sarah Stogner previously said she would self-fund her campaign.
Barron Casteel and Carrie Isaac compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked for their top three priorities.
Ken Paxton answers questions from Texas Scorecard readers.
Pete Flores and Raul Reyes are competing to represent Central Texas in the state Senate.
With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked candidates whether they support ending corporate welfare.
With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked whether they support Texas closing the legal loopholes that allow explicit materials in school libraries.
With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked whether they support Texas sending away illegal border crossers as invaders.
Former Southlake Mayor Laura Hill maintains an apartment in House District 93 that opponent Nate Schatzline alleges is not her residence.
Texas House District 61 candidates Paul Chabot and Frederick Frazier also clashed on property taxes and Democrat committee chairs.
Cruz breaks from Gov. Abbott’s endorsee, incumbent Glenn Rogers.
Texas Scorecard asked candidates whether they support protecting children from harmful ideologies permeating classrooms.
With the courts unlikely to redraw the district in Powell’s favor, Republican Phil King will take the seat unopposed.
New statewide polling shows strong support for Ken Paxton, Wayne Christian, and Dawn Buckingham.
Gov. Abbott’s political director, Mitch Carney, suffers from “TDS,” says Trump campaign co-chair.
Four Republican gubernatorial hopefuls gathered to share their views with conservatives in Brazos County.
As citizens cry for a fourth special session to address vaccine mandates, a soldier expressed little hope that Gov. Abbott’s lawsuits will succeed.
Additionally, the campaign touted receiving more than 13,000 individual donations.
With campaign finance filings due yesterday, Abbott announced his campaign raised 19 million, bringing his total cash on hand to 65 million.
The Texas GOP Governor Candidate Forum Live will be live-streamed on January 19th, 2022 at 6:30 PM CST.
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility says the new campaign proposal would do little to lift the tax burden on Texas taxpayers.
Questions raised about what Gov. Abbott knew and what he has communicated to citizens.
With the campaign finance reports to be published tomorrow, Huffines releases data early.
Operation Lone Star Commander’s “Morale Survey Update” outlines soldier problems.