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How Can Ordinary Citizens Bridge The Partisan Divide?

The loud, divisive rhetoric on both sides of the aisle may not be pushing people to the political center but somewhere else: over the edge.

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Why Do We Elect Judges In Texas?

The Texas Standard and public radio stations across the state have been working together to help you make sense of the midterms through our Texas Decides project, inviting listeners to send in their questions. Our question-asker is Patsy Culver, a … Continue reading

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At Houston Re-Election Rally, Donald Trump Mocks Beto O’Rourke And Praises Ted Cruz As A Key Ally

Trump called O’Rourke a “stone cold phony.”

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We Want Your Questions About The Upcoming Midterm Elections

NPR member stations in Texas want to know what you want to know about the 2018 elections. In West Texas what are your priorities as we head into the November Midterms? What topics do you want to hear more from … Continue reading

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Lupe Valdez becomes first openly gay and first Latina candidate to win a major party nomination for Texas governor

After swapping leads early in the Democratic gubernatorial runoff, Valdez pulled ahead of White and will face incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott.

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Lupe Valdez, Andrew White clash over abortion, immigration in debate

The Democratic runoff candidates for governor sparred Friday evening over abortion and immigration in their first and likely only debate before the May 22 election.

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