Will an increasingly Hispanic Texas be an increasingly Democratic one?
The Republican nominee may have lost the election, but his margin of victory in Texas suggests how the state may be changing.
Connie Britton took to the pages of USA Today to criticize the Romney campaign for using the Friday Night Lights slogan "clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose."
U.S. Senator John Cornyn and outgoing senator Kay Bailey Hutchison were floated as potential members of a Romney administration, and Greg Abbott is a top choice to head the EPA.
...guess who would win.
The Texas governor swung through two swing states on Sunday and Monday to stump for his former rival in the waning days of the presidential campaign.
"Vote for the Mormon, Not the Muslim! The capitalist, not the communist!" reads the sign at Leakey's Church in the Valley.
UPDATE: Friday Night Lights author Buzz Bissinger and FNL TV producer Peter Berg have both joined the fray over Mitt Romney and "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts...Can't Lose."
Someone scrawled "Obama" in uppercase letters over the green highway sign that marks the location of the unincorporated community located southwest of Fort Worth.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have both attempted to claim coach Eric Taylor's "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts..." rallying cry as their own—and FNL author Buzz Bissinger has picked a side.
Mitt and Ann Romney told the story during their appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael, which airs on Tuesday.
A recent poll shows Romney has support from 55 percent of likely voters in Texas to Obama's 40 percent.
Peter Beinart of the Daily Beast argues that it's George W. Bush—and the way the country feels about his presidency—that will determine the 2012 election.
The just-about-former Republican presidential candidate told the New York Times he was only invited to speak at the Republican National Convention if he gave the party's nominee his full endorsement.
Texas advertising veteran Jim Ferguson is among the team of present-day "Mad Men" working for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign.
During his trips to Houston and Midland on Tuesday, Republican candidate Mitt Romney took time out to praise former first lady Barbara Bush and talk oil and gas.
During an exit interview with NBC's Chuck Todd, Kay Bailey Hutchison talked about Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, and "RINOs"—Republicans in Name Only.
The GOP nominee is expected to raise $15 million on fundraising stops in Texas's four largest cities this week.
The candidate clinched his party's nomination Tuesday after scooping up 71 percent of the vote in the Texas Republican primary.
The Ron Paul campaign is dead, but his delegate and convention strategy lives on. Will the "Revolution" actually be televised in Tampa?
Ted Nugent, the unrepentant hunter and right-wing activist, grabs the media's attention with his political rhetoric, landing appearances on the Texas Tribune and CBS This Morning.
Only 29 percent of Texans would support Perry for a fourth full term.
With Newt Gingrich dropping out, the governor endorses the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
The Comedy Central host calls UT-Austin "the fightin’ only part of Texas that’s liberal!"
Several distant relatives of the former Massachusetts governor will campaign for Ron Paul in Idaho during tonight's caucuses.
With redistricting disputes at rest for now, the May 29 primary date becomes official, which could be good news for Rick Santorum.
Paul released a television ad that bashes Rick Santorum, but whose campaign is it really helping?
Chuck Norris Fact: Rick Santorum is too much like Mitt Romney to be an alternative to Romney. Or so the actor proclaims in a column defending his endorsement of Newt Gingrich.
The congressman, who finished second in Minnesota with 27.2 percent of the vote, could end up with more delegates than Rick Santorum.
Ron Paul as a Romney-appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve? Rand Paul as a running mate? Don't laugh. Politics has made stranger bedfellows.
The Republican presidential candidate campaigned hard in Nevada, trying to pick up some of the state’s 28 delegates, but he still finished third behind Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.
Having basically abstained from Florida, the Paul campaign is ready for Nevada, which has 28 delegates up for grabs.
Remember when there was a Texan running for President? Oh, wait. There still is.
But the Perry campaign still says it's “in for the long haul, folks!” UPDATED: Or not.
A Public Policy Polling survey shows that the governor would lose to Mitt Romney in his own state’s GOP presidential primary, most SMU fans wouldn't vote for Craig James, and Newt Gingrich polls well with Aggies.
The only real conservative? Or "a communist?" Rick Perry's attacks on Romney draw some unexpected criticism.
Yep. He's still running for president. Here's the latest news from the campaign trail.
The San Antonio paper weighs in now due to uncertainty over Texas primary date and spurns Congressman Ron Paul and Governor Rick Perry.
Jon Stewart commends Perry's enthusiasm in the face of failure and compares Ron Paul's supporters to Jimmy Buffett fans.
Or is he helping national frontrunner Mitt Romney by dividing the conservative base?
Rick Perry's fifth-place finish leaves the governor reeling, while Ron Paul's campaign stays on track with his third-place showing.
Part one of a timeline chronicling Governor Rick Perry's path to the White House: from promoting his book to his presidential campaign announcement.
If you’d have bet someone that Rick Perry would have a good debate in Iowa on Saturday, you’d be richer now.
Yep, he’s still running for President. Here’s the latest news from the campaign trail.
Ron Paul may be enjoying a campaign surge, but he’s going to have a hard time winning over the Republican base.
Perry ally throws in the white flag, we learn the origination of the phrase “turn in the barrel,” and the governor tweets about foreign policy.
Cain staffer points finger at Perry campaign for harassment leaks, the Governor still “hates” debating, and the Washington Post says that this month is “make or break”
Meet Vinny Minchillo, one of the creative forces behind Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.
In which Joshua Treviño and Harold Cook swap emails (and opinions) about the 2012 election, political trends, and what happens next in Texas.
The outlaw country musician, who had a close friendship with Big Bird, would probably blast Mitt Romney for his threats to stop funding PBS.