Voting in Texas still appears to be a habit of an older generation.
The candidate for Texas’s 7th Congressional District has seen an outpouring of support—and money—since coming under fire from the national party.
An analysis of the first four days of early voting in the March 6 primaries indicates that the fabled rebellion against the Republican social conservative leadership may not be materializing.
A bruising primary season is now splitting incrementalists from absolutists.
This test of will and political strength has become symbolic of the larger struggle in the Texas Republican Party this year.
The majority of members also received high grades for their voting record on gun issues.
Like liberal municipal laws before it, the controversial ordinance is already being threatened by conservative state lawmakers.
The jury convicted state Senator Carlos Uresti and co-defendant Gary Cain on federal fraud charges. Uresti immediately said he would appeal and declined to step down from office.
A plan to fix the Alamo site could have propelled the political scion to glory. Instead it’s become his biggest battle.
As if anyone needed further proof, MQS’s bogus mailer shows that he is no better than Russian trolls.