George P. struggles in his reelection campaign, and George W. finds his approval rating soaring as Americans compare him to President Trump.
The governor enters his reelection campaign with plenty of questions about long-term vision and legacy.
Senator Cruz set the stage for a 2013 federal shutdown with a dramatic reading of Green Eggs and Ham. Now, he’s quiet.
Abbott opened his 2018 campaign by attacking school districts, local governments, and a Republican incumbent.
Educators and business groups are lining up to defeat some of the Republican senators who give the Lieutenant Governor his power.
The two campaigns have launched—kind of. Both are long shots to have any real effect on the state.
The former First Lady of Texas was more than just a hostess. She was a political partner for Governor Bill Clements.
Texas mayors call ICE Director Thomas Homan’s desire to prosecute elected officials ”hogwash” and un-American.
Seventy people filed as independent candidates for the November ballot, but state law likely will prevent them from being there.
Guest column: Dissembling political parties are guilty of adding to the eventual debt crisis.