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Tony Garza

Beyond the Wall

Jan 19, 2017 By Eric Benson

Talking with former U.S. ambassador Antonio Garza about what Trump means for Mexico—and Texas.

Tony Garza

Jan 20, 2013 By Evan Smith

“As Texas moves toward majority Hispanic status, the Republicans are going to have to do less shouting, less shorthand, and less sloganeering and court the Latino community in a way that’s relevant to Latino individuals—whether on education, taxes, or job creation.”

Primary Cullers

Apr 1, 1998 By Paul Burka

Winners in the March 10 primaries: George W. Bush His archnemesis, former Republican state chairman Tom Pauken, failed to make the runoff for attorney general, while his point man for his strategy to win Hispanic votes, former Secretary of State Tony Garza, won the GOP nomination for railroad commissioner. Big…

Primary Color

Mar 1, 1998 By Paul Burka

Handicapping the Republican primary: Will far-right might carry the day?