A visit from the ghost of elections past.
Fourteen years under one governor.
UPDATE: In my original post, I mistakenly referred to previous endorsements by some of the state’s major newspapers, and I have corrected the errors. This election has all the earmarks of being one of the strangest ever. First, as I have opined before, this is the weakest ticket the Republican…
The candidates' true colors were on full display.
He can't be in the run-off, but Matthew McConaughey is launching a write-in candidacy for Texas Agriculture Commissioner.
After months of campaign stumbles, does Team Wendy have what it takes to right the ship? An exclusive insider’s look at the strategy, drama, dysfunction, and determination of the Democrats’ most famous hope.
If 2014 is the year everything is supposed to change in Texas politics, why do the campaigns feel so irrelevant?
If, or really when, Cornyn wins the 2014 primary, it will be as a Republican who was taken to task by the tea party and prevailed.
Miriam Martinez, Linda Vega, and Leticia Van de Putte take to the ticket.
Harry Reid to the left of him. The tea party to the right. Senator John Cornyn on the challenges of running a “big tent” GOP in a time of fierce partisanship.
Texas politics in 2014 is certain to be interesting.
A new Yahoo! politics piece on the battle antiabortion activists are waging against Wendy Davis.
After months of anticipation, the most interesting Texas gubernatorial contest in decades will (probably) start Thursday. Does Wendy Davis have a chance?
Tom Pauken, the former chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission, knows he has an uphill climb to defeat Greg Abbott in the Republican primary for governor next March. But he’s not interested in what he calls “the divine right of succession.”
Rick Perry’s legacy will rise and fall on the “Texas miracle.” Is it real? If so, should he get the credit?
The longtime attorney general announces he’s running for governor and helps kickoff what will be a historic election cycle.
After ruling the state for a century, Texas Democrats were gradually reduced to irrelevance. Is the reawakening at hand?
Where does the governor go from here?
Is this man running for office? It sure looks that way. He just filed "an appoinment of a campaign treasurer" for a still-unspecified position.
Perry conducted a Kardashian-level of media courtship at the Capitol, where he told reporters he won't rule out another run for governor or president.