On October 18 Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the formation of a 2021 Texas Election Integrity Unit.
Website That Included LGBTQ Resources Disabled After Texas Governor’s Primary Challenger Criticized It
Texas CPS disabled a website with resources for LGBTQ youth after Gov. Greg Abbott's Republican primary challenger, Don Huffines, criticized its content on social...
The chief strategist for George W. Bush’s presidential reelection has changed parties and launched a campaign running against Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick.
It seems Texas Longhorn alum Matthew McConaughey really is considering a run for political office in the state.
Dallas County Commissioner Elba Garcia says the impact of political voting map divisions are clear: “Everyone gets cut up and scattered around. They dilute...
This week on Inside Texas Politics, host Jason Whitely spoke with a Texas Republican and a Democrat about their expectations for the redistricting.
Republican Governor Greg Abbott headed to East Texas Tuesday where he signed an elections overhaul bill into law that adds more voting restrictions in...
Are the days numbered for Roe vs. Wade? This week, the US Supreme Court allowed a new Texas abortion law to take effect, setting...
Texas legislature passes election bill; breaking down the situation in Afghanistan | Inside Texas Politics
Inside Texas Politics discusses the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan. Plus, the Texas legislature finally passes a sweeping elections bill.
Permitless carry, Sunday beer and wine sales time change among Texas laws going into effect Wednesday
Legislation passed during the 87th Legislature goes into effect on September 1.
Republican lawmakers in Texas are expected to advance a controversial bill Thursday that Democrats say would limit people's ability to vote.
State Sen. Carol Alvarado on her 15-hour-long filibuster: Goal was to shine ‘very bright spotlight on what’s taking place’
'Inside Texas Politics' spoke to her on the heels of her 15-hour-long filibuster.
A monthlong standoff by Texas Democrats who left the state to block a GOP voting bill inched closer to ending on August 9 after...
Temporary emergency shelter being built in McAllen to house ‘overwhelming number of immigrants stranded’
City leaders also instructed their staff to “demand relief from the federal government" because of the "alarming number of immigrants that are being released."
"I hereby order that the Texas National Guard assist DPS in enforcing Texas law by arresting lawbreakers at the border."
Matt Rinaldi takes over for the often-controversial Allen West, who stepped down to run for governor.
Since the election, Mayor Javier Villalobos has been preaching unity and has vowed to work with everyone, no matter their party.
COVID killed Democrats’ messaging in D.C., political analyst says, as special session stalemate drags on
It appears Democrats are successfully keeping their coalition together and are intent on running out the clock on this special session.
‘Texans want their legislators to work’: Don’t expect compromise in Austin in the near future, senator warns
"They might as well come back next week as opposed to next month," one state senator said, explaining Gov. Greg Abbott will just call...
The headlines would not have looked out of place this week: "Texas House paralyzed by Democrats walkout," "On the lam, Texas Democrats rough it"...