The Republican race between David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz for the U.S. Senate seat headlines Texas's delayed primary elections, but this political story will likely continue.
David Dewhurst is backed by the Morning News and Chronicle, but the Star-Telegram and Statesman go for Tom Leppert and Ted Cruz, respectively.
With the May 29 primary five weeks away, Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst and former Dallas mayor Tom Leppert run two spots attacking their opponents.
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.
The sleepy Senate race picked up this week, with allegations of rigging a debate and the release of first-quarter fundraising numbers.
Social values came under question at a Senate campaign forum when GOP candidates Ted Cruz and Craig James criticized former Dallas mayor Tom Leppert for attending Dallas pride parades.
Candidate Ted Cruz announced that he's "effectively tied" with David Dewhurst in funding, while the Lite Guv released a poll that shows he has fifty percent of the vote.
The five Republican contenders vying to replace Kay Bailey Hutchison participate in the first Senate debate in Austin.
But only one of them has the advantage of Rick Perry's actual participation.
The former SMU star and longtime ESPN analyst officially announced his intent to run on Monday, but the media's been discussing it for a week.