Lone Star Democrats have almost nowhere to hang their hats in the most diverse administration in U.S. history.
The new president’s energy-related executive actions have stirred opposition in Texas and other oil-producing states. But Biden’s moves are dwarfed by the larger forces that have battered, and will transform, the industry.
A resolution calling on four other state legislatures to override the will of their voters passed after electors in those states had already confirmed Biden’s win.
Robert Rodriguez tended to patients in the Rio Grande Valley as cases surged last summer, and he’s taken that experience to serving on the president-elect’s pandemic task force.
In Dallas, the “Stop the Steal" events were more of a celebration than a wake.
GOP control of redistricting will cost Democrats for a decade, and out-of-state donors might well decide their money is best spent elsewhere.
Donald Trump wins the state, John Cornyn defeats MJ Hegar, and Democrats fail to make substantial gains in Congress or the Legislature.
The last year has featured bizarre scandals, lots of bickering, and troubling signs that Tuesday could be rough on the state’s Republican juggernaut.
The state’s minority party hasn’t had this big an opportunity to shake off its loser mentality in a long, long time.
Both parties’ conventions sidelined politicians from the nation’s second biggest state. They might have had good reason.
On The National Podcast of Texas, the legendary Democratic strategist on whether Texas is swingable and what it’ll take for Joe Biden to win.
Dear candidates: Please stop with the pandering.
At a honky-tonk in Dallas, the Democratic party made its move against Bernie—finally.
A new poll asks the question that previous ones strongly suggested.
The Vermont socialist looks surprisingly strong in the Lone Star State.
Immigrants in limbo under the “Remain in Mexico” program are prepared for the long haul.
Beto vs. Julian, Castro tries to shank Biden, why the debate format sucks, and (bonus!) a snoozy Latinos for Trump rally.
Seven Democratic hopefuls are within striking distance of Trump, with Joe Biden leading the pack.
In a new presidential poll of Texas, Beto, Bernie, and Biden all look competitive against Trump. But it's far too early to make too much of that.