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By Abbie Perrault, The Big Bend Sentinelabbie@bigbendsentinel.com PRESIDIO COUNTY — May 2 came and went with no votes cast for the three Marfa City Council seats up for grabs. Later this month, May 26 will pass too, without Presidio County … Continue reading
At a Tuesday forum in downtown San Antonio, the few differences that emerged between Democratic candidates vying to represent Congressional District 23 came when they tried to cast themselves as the best person to take on Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Will … Continue reading
Five Democrats are vying for a chance to take on U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Helotes, in Texas’ most competitive congressional district.
Angela “Angie” Villescaz is one of the 5 democratic candidates that have entered the district 23 race. The Uvalde resident has largely kept a low-profile compared to her opponents. She’s had no website or real social media presence. But she says … Continue reading
Judy Canales is one of the 5 democratic candidates that have entered the district 23 race. The district spreads from San Antonio out to El Paso and and includes the Big Bend region, and is considered a target district for Democrats in … Continue reading
Jay Hulings is one of the democratic candidates running for Texas’ 23rd congressional district. The district spreads from San Antonio out to El Paso and and includes the Big Bend region. Like his opponents, Hulings is touring the district talking to … Continue reading
Rick Treviño is hoping to bring his “progressive platform” to District 23. Held by Helotes Republican Will Hurd, the district is often considered one of the most competitive and is a target district for Democrats in 2018. Treviño recently talked about … Continue reading
Gina Ortiz Jones is one of the candidates running for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District 23. It’s currently held by Helotes Republican Will Hurd. It’s one of the most competitive congressional districts in the state, stretching from San Antonio into West … Continue reading
Gina Ortiz Jones, a former Air Force intelligence officer, is launching a bid against U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Helotes, who is widely viewed as the most vulnerable Republican member of Congress from Texas.
Former U.S. Rep. Pete Gallego is heavily weighing his options. The one-time representative says he’s considering another run for congress, which would pit him up against current District 23 representative Will Hurd for a fourth time. We caught up with Gallego this week … Continue reading