Thank you, Ted Cruz campaign, for introducing the Whataburger-themed insult to Texas politics.
The Senate leadership was briefed on the Texas race as a pair of new polls show O'Rourke neck and neck with the incumbent Cruz.
All other statewide offices on the ballot remain comfortably in the hands of Republicans.
Ted Cruz versus Beto O’Rourke may be the most anticipated Texas race on the November ballot, but June’s state party conventions were all about Donald Trump.
House speaker Joe Straus asks President Trump to stop the policy, while State Representative César Blanco asks Abbott to cease National Guard deployment.
The late-night host and Texas senator will go one-on-one on Saturday. Here's our scouting report.
Constitutional scholar Ted Cruz says he has no idea whether President Trump can pardon himself.
What may be more troubling for Democrats is that half of the state’s voters still don’t know much about the two standard-bearers.
A new super PAC wants you to F Ted Cruz—fire him, that is.
More than half of those in a new survey lack an opinion of Beto O’Rourke, but he’s still tied with Cruz.