Karen Hughes and Kay Bailey Hutchison Would Like Republican Men to Stop Saying Offensive Things About Rape
Real talk from some prominent Republican women.
Here are some of the different ways Texans are expressing their discontent with the reelection of President Barack Obama.
The law requiring Texas voters to present photo ID at the polls is currently held up in court. Here's a list of all the different forms of identification you can use to vote.
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."
Laura Bush stumped for Mitt Romney in Michigan over the weekend, but the legacy of her husband still looms large over the Republican party.
The Texas Attorney General on Tuesday sent a strongly-worded letter to the OSCE, an international organization that has observed U.S. elections for the last decade.
...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.
A new profile in Mother Jones describes how Ted Cruz's conservative beliefs were forged in a Houston after-school program.
Someone scrawled "Obama" in uppercase letters over the green highway sign that marks the location of the unincorporated community located southwest of Fort Worth.
The Tyler congressman took to the floor of the house to declare that President Barack Obama's Middle East policies have brought about the "massive beginning of a new Ottoman Empire."
Texans feted both presidential candidates Tuesday as Mitt Romney's campaign coped with the fallout from the candidate's latest blunder.
People part of the president's campaign email list received an invitation from the singer to spend an evening with her and the president—and to send in a campaign donation, natch.
A recent poll shows Romney has support from 55 percent of likely voters in Texas to Obama's 40 percent.
Ted Cruz's prime-time speech to the Republican National Convention Tuesday night was not carried by the three major cable news networks.
Monday marks one year since the governor announced he was running for president. What's happened since then?
The former solicitor general handily beat Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in the GOP runoff for U.S. Senator.
President Barack Obama made four fundraising stops in the Lone Star State on Tuesday, bringing in an expected haul of $4 million.
Several Republican primary battles in Texas seem to be about burnishing conservative bonafides, and few races better demonstrate this effort than the contest between James White and Mike "Tuffy" Hamilton.
Politicians in West Virgina are embarrassed that Keith Judd, a federal inmate incarcerated in Texarkana, made the Democratic primary ballot.
A Democrat has not won statewide office in Texas since 1994, prompting wealthy Texas Democrats to send their political donations to fund out-of-state races.
Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have thrown their support behind incumbent U.S. Representative Silvestre Reyes, who faces a primary challenge from El Paso City Council member Beto O'Rourke.
Former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz used the bulk of his time in Friday's Belo debate to slam Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and his policies.
Karl Rove's American Crossroads super PAC has placed a $1.7 million ad buy in six swing states in the wake of Rick Santorum's depature from the race.
If you build it, will they come dump their nuclear waste? Not necessarily, as Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons is learning.
Rick Perry drew chuckles on purpose over the weekend with his speech at the Gridiron Dinner in Washington, D.C.
The former U.S. vice president visits Austin for a SXSW Interactive keynote talk with social media impresario Sean Parker.
If the congressman can pick up enough votes in Maine's Washington County, which delayed its vote due to inclement weather, he might end up winning the state.
Actress Eva Longoria and and Texas Democratic Party Chair Gilberto Hinojosa predict Texas will be purple in 2016 in an opinion piece at Politico.
The 42nd president charmed a crowd of 3,000 gathered in South San Antonio High School's gymnasium Thursday afternoon.
The satirical Twitter feed is run by five women, two of whom live in Texas.
The fight between Nick Lampson and Randy Weber to represent Congressional District 14 could be one of the few competitive races in the state this election cycle.
The Internet reacts to last week's "chair lynching" in North Austin.
Mitch McConnell hosted a fundraiser for the Tea Party darling last Thursday, and U.S. Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn attended.
Lubbock County Judge Tom Head wants to raise Lubbock County's property taxes by 1.7 cents per $100 in order to pay for more sheriff's deputies to defend the town from the UN troops during potential civil unrest.
The state election code requires counties that held primary elections to hold runoffs, but Sterling and Oldham counties opted not to.
In Republican-dominated Texas, the May 29 primary might as well have been the general election. And what it revealed is a party perfectly capable of doing battle with itself, no Democrats required.
The Texas congressman announced in an e-mail to supporters Monday that he will not spend money campaigning in any of the remaining Republican primaries.
Erstwhile presidential candidate Rick Perry met with Rick Santorum in Austin, but the details of their discussion are unknown. Maybe Santorum hopes the state will switch to a winner-takes-all primary.
The press shy billionaire calls Karl Rove his "personal political muse" and reveals why he's bent on defeating President Barack Obama.