Ciro Rodriguez

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 |
April 30, 2010

Cook Political Report: Tx 23 now “leans Democratic”

Charles Cook, the publisher of a widely read (in Washington) political newsletter, has changed his rating of the congressional race for Tx-23 from “likely Democratic” to “leans Democratic.” This is the race between incumbent Democrat Ciro Rodriguez and Republican challenger Quico Canseco. The district includes the northwest, west, and southwest

Politics & Policy |
December 3, 2009

Ciro Rodriguez faces two GOP challengers

I met yesterday with William Hurd, who plans to seek the Republican nomination for Congressional District 23, a sprawling district that runs from San Antonio to El Paso, between Interstate 10 and the Rio Grande. I first met Hurd ten years ago, when he was student body president at Texas