The "For the People Rally" took place Sunday evening on the south steps of the Texas Capitol.
Huffines blasts Gov. Abbott as ‘career politician’, vows to try to close all Mexico border crossings if elected
“My opponent’s a career politician and [after] 31 years in office, he's interested in his career,” Huffines said on Sunday's Inside Texas Politics.
“I think that we can't get too far ahead of ourselves, we take the victories where we can,” state Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer said...
Texas Supreme Court denies request from former Dallas council candidate to stop election certification
Justices on the state’s Supreme Court did not offer an opinion when they rejected Donald Parish Jr.’s request.
McKee-Rodriguez defeated the incumbent, Jada Andrews-Sullivan, with 63 percent of the vote compared to Andrews-Sullivan's 37 percent.
Mattie Parker will become the booming Texas city’s first new mayor in a decade. The 37-year-old will succeed her former boss, outgoing Fort Worth...
"No pay for those who abandon their responsibilities," Abbott tweeted Monday.
After drastic changes made behind closed doors, and an overnight debate, Texas Senate approves voting bill
Senate Bill 7 includes provisions to limit early voting hours, curtail local voting options and further tighten voting-by-mail.
Texas lawmakers poised to pass sweeping voting bill to restrict voting hours and change election rules
House & Senate negotiators have reached a deal on competing versions of Senate Bill 7. Once both chambers sign off on it, the bill...
Among other things, the legislation will ban counties from sending out unsolicited mail ballot applications and from establishing 24-hour voting and drive-thru voting.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and former Congressman Beto O'Rourke have both said they are not interested in running for governor next year.
Former presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke and former HUD Secretary Julian Castro were among the speakers on Saturday.
The pared down version leaves out some of the most controversial voting restrictions that have prompted widespread outcry from voting rights advocates.
Mattie Parker and Deborah Peoples weighed in on their visions for the city with the field trimmed and the runoff a month away.
"The death of my mother in January helped me focus on the finiteness of life and the limited time we all have to cherish...
Three of the biggest local races are likely to have another round of voting.
HB 530, which passed on a vote of 94 to 51, would specifically allow an election judge with a gun license to have a...
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