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By Paul DeBenedetto, Houston Public Media Democrats think they have a shot at flipping the Texas House of Representatives for the first time since 2002 — and if they do, there’s a lot that can change come 2021.
By Public Radio Staff On Tuesday, voters in West Texas weighed in on a handful of state and congressional races, including a dramatic race for Congressional District 23 that’s still unresolved. Below you’ll find primary results for State Senate District … Continue reading
By Marfa Public Radio Staff Today, Texas voters will cast ballots for candidates that will run in the general election in November. The Texas primary runoff election will determine the candidates for a range of races, including U.S. Senate, U.S. … Continue reading
Results for the November 6, 2018 midterm elections are in. In one of the closest races Texas has seen in a while, Sen. Ted Cruz eked out a victory over El Paso Democratic Congressman Beto O’Rourke, sending Cruz back to … Continue reading
The race between Cruz and O’Rourke emerged as one of the hottest in the country, with Democrats hopeful that O’Rourke could break the Texas GOP’s iron grip on statewide offices.
Early voting in the November Midterms begins today Monday, Oct. 2 and runs through Nov. 2. Across counties, in West Texas, there is a slew of local and county-wide races on the ballot. You can find a breakdown of what you … Continue reading
Political pros talk about “activating” voters who are already fans of a political party. And sometimes, signs are just subjects of curiosity for passersby.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his Democratic opponent, Beto O’Rourke, have now raised more than $100 million combined.
The sparsely populated region that’s bigger than some states is 70 percent Hispanic, but also covers part of the Permian Basin where the oil-and-gas industry has a lot of influence.
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.