Other presidential hopefuls from Texas have gracefully exited the stage when their time was over.
Is Phil Gramm out of gas (and oil)?
Before the 1996 election, George W. Bush’s presidential chances were just talk. Now they’re hot. Jack Kemp blew his opportunity to be the undisputed standard-bearer with a mediocre—and, some say, disloyal—performance as Bob Dole’s running mate. The next GOP nominee will almost surely be someone who hasn’t run for president…
If Bill Clinton wants to get elected president, he’ll have to do it without Texas—just like in 1992.
On the road with Victor Morales, the schoolteacher turned U.S. Senate candidate who is out to prove he’s not running on empty.
He’s won the support o Mexican Americans in El Paso; now he wants to win a seat in Congress. Is Silvestre Reyes’ attack on illegal immigration heroism or hype?
Phil Gramm’s master plan for defeating Dole, whipping Wilson, and locking up the GOP nomination.
George W. Bush got elected governor by promising to focus on welfare, education, tort reform, and juvenile crime. After his first one hundred days, he’s batting a thousand.
Phil Gramm is a world-class fundraiser, but it will take more than money to carry him to the White House in 1996.