Michael Wood, a Marine reserve major, believes enough voters in the Fort Worth area share his views to push him into the runoff in a very crowded field.
Veteran Austin journalist Bill Minutaglio’s latest book is a crowd-pleasing account of heated political battles in Texas over the past 150 years. But does it get the big picture right?
We stumble down memory lane, gawking at the madness and the mayhem of 2010–2019—and looking for an off-ramp.
This could be the year that Texas Democrats finally break through. (Yes, really.) But Republicans have a solid plan to stop them.
Are Texas Democrats headed for a comeback, or is it business as usual for Republicans?
A quarter century after Ann Richards became governor, men in Texas politics continue to sexually harass women.
Three crucial elements that will determine the outcome of the Texas governor’s race.
If you think Texas is pretty much the same as it was ten years ago, you’re wrong. Nineteen seventy-three remade the state overnight.
Bill Clements, unmasked at last.