Texas Scorecard
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Texas Scorecard Radio (May 07, 2020)

Episode 136: West Texas Correspondent Matt Stringer updates listeners on a story out of Odessa where open carry protestors and a bar owner were arrested in relation to coronavirus shutdowns. From the Metroplex, Erin Anderson and TSR host Tony McDonald discuss Dallas County’s decision to disregard Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s vote-by-mail warning. Texas Scorecard’s Managing Editor Brandon Waltens previews a series of articles on the upcoming runoff elections in the state of Texas. In our interview, attorney Warren Norred joins the show to discuss his client Shelley Luther’s fight to make a living in the time of governmental coronavirus shutdowns. Cary Cheshire has this week’s Texas Scorecard Radio commentary.


  • Did they really need a tank?
  • Is fear a disability?
  • Have you forgotten about the runoffs? 
  • Shelley Luther goes to jail.
  • Gov. Abbott is keeping Texas mostly closed.
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