“It’s … sick hearing these lawmakers praise the ‘all-ages’ drag show where performers toast the people who ‘lick us where we pee.’”
Republicans scored victories in a longtime Democrat stronghold precinct.
Republicans made a historic push to win voters in the Rio Grande Valley. They won a few key races but came short of their goal. So, how did they really perform on the border?
“Hidalgo still is the favorite, in a sense that she’s in a blue county and she has the support of Democratic activists, she hasn’t lost that.”
None of the five pro-family slate candidates defeated the incumbents.
Dripping Springs ISD officials want voters to approve half a billion dollars in property tax-backed bond debt on the November ballot.
“This belongs in a communist country, not in America.”
“I hate it here!”
National Democrats pull funding from hotly contested elections in the Rio Grande Valley.
“Taxpayers’ money shouldn’t go to this event.”
Deborah Peoples, the Democrat candidate for Tarrant County Judge, promises to be an “outspoken advocate” on the issue.
“We’re going to challenge non-queer people to think queerly.”
Questions regarding explicit materials in Tomball ISD libraries are energizing this local election.
“They should go to jail for this obscene display in front of children.”
Pflugerville ISD proposes raising taxes and spending $367.6 million on school bonds, including $44 million for teacher housing.
Parents say they intend to file complaints with the Texas Education Agency.
Chandler Crouch addresses Tarrant Appraisal District employee’s complaints that triggered a state agency’s investigation.
“As a Sheriff, it is absolutely none of my business. I will not persecute Texas women or anyone else pursuing those same rights.”
“In other words, add ‘abortion providers’ to the list of crimes you will not be arrested for in #Austin.”
McKinney ISD superintendent recommends amending District of Innovation plan so staff can eject “unruly” parents “without warning.”
The Goodheart-Willcox health text was approved by the State Board of Education, but not by the parents who have seen it.
Records suggest Tarrant Appraisal District “director” used taxpayer resources—on taxpayer time—to trigger a state investigation on Chandler Crouch.
The saga continues in Round Rock ISD as trustee Mary Bone files against scandal-plagued Superintendent Hafedh Azaiez.
Documents reveal third-party investigator advised the board that “Dr. Azaiez … could not come back into his position and be effective.”
Young America’s Foundation threatens legal action following a principal’s unilateral decision to deny students a YAF chapter.