Only 18 of 86 Republican members have expressed support for ending the practice of awarding committee chairmanships to Democrats.
Texas Is Entering Third Decade of Republican Control
In 2002, the trifecta flipped, and Texas has been red ever since.
Democrats File Bills to Increase the Minimum Wage
A minimum wage increase means higher inflation.
Three Strikes—You’re Out!
Will Robert “Beto” O’Rourke leave Texas politics?
Decision Texas, Houston, Local
Democrat Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Squeaks Out a Win
“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.”
Gov. Greg Abbott Beats Beto O’Rourke in Gubernatorial Race
Abbott has secured a third term in office.
O’Rourke Tries to Backtrack on Open Border Policies
The gubernatorial election showcases vastly different border security policies.
Decision Texas, Local, Rio Grande Valley
Will A Red Wave Sweep South Texas?
National Democrats pull funding from hotly contested elections in the Rio Grande Valley.
Dallas City Councilman Named ‘Crime Boss of the Month’ for Fourth Time This Year
Councilman Chad West’s district saw a 53 percent increase in crime last month.
O’Rourke’s Campaign Staff Form a Union
The union is the first of its kind for any statewide campaign in Texas.