The Democratic Senate candidate has some tough words for his party.
A look at Texas's next lieutenant governor
Happy Election Day, Texas! Every election cycle inevitably brings a round of endorsements from the major newspapers across the state, and examining their breakdown can help put the races into better perspective. As Texans head to the polls today (or fail to, if you consider these poor early voting
Finally, we'll discover whether Texas is turning blue?
Ken Paxton remains an alarmingly safe bet
Democrats Wendy Davis, Leticia Van de Putte, and Mike Collier take on their Republican opponents over the 2011 cuts to public schools.
Two court rulings and a debate over a debate add up to a couple of headaches for Abbott.
When it comes to policy making, reasons matter.
The indictments against the governor may point to a legal lapse rather than an ethical one.
A year after the filibuster that made her famous, Wendy Davis was defiant--but measured
Greg Abbott reaches out to Hispanic voters, at a moment when other Republicans are struggling to do so.
Texans are heading to the polls for this year's primary runoffs
Looks like San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro may be heading to Washington, and Texas Senator Robert Duncan is bound for Texas Tech. What does that mean for local politics?
Why the lieutenant governor candidate's mid-eighties mental health issues should not be a campaign issue.
The Democratic comptroller candidate takes a stand against politics
A Q&A with Mike Collier, the Democratic candidate for comptroller.
Thanks a lot, David Dewhurst, for getting this song stuck in everyone's head again
A rowdy roundtable with Dan Patrick and David Dewhurst
Last night's debate suggested that Texans still recoil at divisive rhetoric on illegal immigration--and that Republicans know it.
There's bound to be a certain degree of tension within the Republican coalition.
Glenn Hegar's proposal to eliminate property taxes in Texas could result in a huge spike in the sales tax.
Dan Branch is facing a headache over an amendment to an amendment he proposed in 2005. Here's why it's an unfair attack.
Republicans shouldn't pressure Dewhurst or Branch to drop out
David Dewhurst should give up his bid for re-election.
Rick Perry’s approach to economic development is being challenged by candidates from both parties. But history shows that Perry is only conducting business as usual.
Texas politics in 2014 is certain to be interesting.