One of the most anticipated lists in Texas politics will be publicly deliberated for the first time.
Articles by Carlos Sanchez
Jan 31, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The opinion to call the flawed list back comes as Governor Abbott downplayed the inaccuracies as a work in progress.
Jan 29, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
Secretary of State David Whitley has advised counties that his office has identified 95,000 non-citizens who may be registered voters, of which 58,000 have voted. Is this large-scale fraud or a scare tactic?
Jan 23, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
A bill introduced by State Representative Roland Gutierrez also directs state agencies to determine how new wall construction would affect water quality and environmental contamination.
Jan 22, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The move by the lieutenant governor comes amid escalating tensions with Amarillo Republican senator Kel Seliger.
Jan 16, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The well-known humanitarian says community leaders weren't even represented in what turned out to be a scripted event touting Trump's plans.
Jan 15, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The first step in that direction came from Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, who announced a bill that would give Texas teachers a $5,000 pay raise.
Jan 12, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The former San Antonio mayor threw his hat in the ring during a formal announcement Saturday.
Jan 10, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
After years of photo op visits from Democrats and Republicans alike, McAllen mayor Jim Darling and others hope to highlight the region's dynamism and interconnectedness with Mexico.
Jan 8, 2019 — By Carlos Sanchez
The Angleton Republican takes control of the lower chamber as the 86th Legislature convenes.