A poll released Tuesday morning showed Covey leading Phelan by 7 percent.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton endorsed the challengers.
Donald Trump blasted Hurd as “a nasty and jealous guy, who truly doesn’t have what it takes.”
Three Democrats are competing in the primary to see who will challenge Senator Cruz in the election.
Kerri Kingsbery says she’s running to bring Texas values back to Austin.
Haynes promises to stand up against the “government overreach” in Austin.
The moderate Republican joins an extensive list of candidates seeking the GOP’s nomination.
The Republican presidential candidate is expected to address solutions to the Texas-Mexico border crisis.
House Speaker Dade Phelan empowered Johnson by making her a committee vice chair this session.
Holland has faced mounting criticism this year from constituents in Texas House District 33.
Organizers of the group are planning to spend millions during the 2024 U.S. Senate election in an attempt to replace Cruz.
Shilo Platts is the first candidate to announce a campaign in Phelan’s House district.
Despite low support for Nikki Haley’s presidential campaign, she plans to visit three Texas cities.
Andy Hopper will again challenge incumbent State Rep. Lynn Stucky in 2024.
Seven potential candidates are already planning to run for the seat left vacant by Bryan Slaton’s expulsion.
Abbott appointee failed to fix problems identified during Hurricane Harvey.
“No one can guarantee that there won’t be a load shed event.”
With early voting for the 2022 Republican primary beginning in two weeks, the True Texas Project board released their personal recommendations.
Amid a pack of Republican voters, incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott drew “boos” from the crowd.
The endorsement comes after the group held a forum earlier this month with Abbott’s three biggest challengers.
Citizens are planning to protest Gov. Greg Abbott’s upcoming appearance at an Amarillo fundraising dinner, hoping to persuade the governor to call a fourth special session of the Texas Legislature to ban vaccine mandates.
Republican Gubernatorial Challengers Discuss Election Integrity, the Texas Economy, and GOP Priorities
The South Texas Alliance of Republicans hosted a forum for the gubernatorial candidates. Once again, Gov. Abbott declined to attend.
Last week, Abbott triumphantly unveiled a parental bill of rights intended to codify common-sense ideas about a parent’s role, but policy experts are unconvinced Abbott will follow through.
Texas Military Department’s public relations campaign not providing maximum transparency.
Grassroots America – We The People held a gubernatorial forum where Abbott’s challengers discussed their plans and policies for Texas.