Texas’ 13th Congressional District is a solidly Republican district, encompassing most of the Texas Panhandle and areas east along the Red River.
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In a continuing series of one-on-one interviews with the candidates running for Texas’ 11th Congressional District, Texas Scorecard sits down with Casey Gray to discuss his campaign for Congress.
Texas Scorecard interviews congressional candidate J. Ross Lacy on his bid to represent Texas’ 11th Congressional District.
Brandon Batch cited travel abroad as the reason he didn’t vote for President Trump in 2016, but apparently the candidate has never voted before 2019—and wasn’t even registered.
After a review of public records indicated that two congressional candidates had not voted before the 2019 General Election, one has come clean about his record.
Three candidates running for Texas’ 11th Congressional District admit they failed to vote in the important 2018 General Election.
A total of 11 candidates filed for the CD 11 vacancy in the 2020 GOP Primary Election to replace retiring Congressman Mike Conaway of Midland.
Texas is going to be the key to determining whether the Republicans will have a chance to reclaim the U.S. House majority.
While it might sound good in Washington, impeachment proceedings might not be welcome at home for some congressmen.
“Chairman Nadler has said publicly he is ‘impeaching the president – right now,’ and has clearly initiated the impeachment process, in direct violation of the law.”