Chet Edwards

Politics & Policy|
June 12, 2010

Generic congressional ballot: D’s +2

This is from a Public Policy Polling survey: For the first time since December PPP finds Democrats leading on the generic Congressional ballot, albeit by the insignificant margin of 43-41. The biggest reason for the shift is that the party is becoming more unified. Democratic voters are planning

Politics & Policy|
May 10, 2010

The Edwards campaign on the Flores poll

Chet Edwards Campaign Statement On Partisan Poll WACO – In response to the partisan poll being pushed today by the Flores campaign, the Edwards campaign released the following statement: “The partisan poll they have released is wishful thinking. This race will be competitive and hard fought, as have all the

Politics & Policy|
September 8, 2009

A conversation with Karl Rove

He was in town having lunch with a friend and I had the opportunity to visit with him. He said that he expected to finish his book on the Bush Administration in the next week or so, and it would be on the spring list. He was very interested in

Politics & Policy|
July 29, 2009

Report from Washington

I interviewed two members of the Texas congressional delegation, Gene Green and Chet Edwards, both Democrats, during a recent trip to Washington that was more for personal reasons than business. Both Green and Edwards thought the leadership made a mistake by taking up the global warming bill before health care.

Politics & Policy|
December 18, 2008

Should the Democrats punt the governor’s race?

It’s probably too late to ask the question, because it appears to have already been answered. With Bill White and John Sharp in the race to serve out the remainder of Kay Bailey Hutchison’s term, no obvious candidate remains to challenge the winner of the primary between Hutchison and Rick

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