Wednesday Mar 5
Cruz endorses Cornyn -- finally
File - Sen. Ted Cruz shakes hands with Sen. John Cornyn at a rally at Maudie's Hacienda on Wednesday Oct. 31, 2012, in Austin, Texas.
Davis, Abbott Clinch Party Nominations
Democratic State Sen. Wendy Davis defeated challenger Ray Madrigal and Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott breezed by three challengers to win their party primaries Tuesday.
Local congressional delegation appears headed toward victory
Local congressional leaders took an early lead Tuesday night in their quest to claim their party's nominations for another term in office.
Primary Races Come Down To Tuesday Vote
Prior to 20 years ago, it was local residents who considered themselves Republicans who had to cross the line and vote in the Democratic Primary because all of the local candidates were on that ticket.
Arthur Schaper: Gay CounterMentum
People keep talking about "gay this" and "gay that", and "proud to be gay", even though the advocates for the lifestyle claim that people are born that way.
Wall Street Donors to GOP: Stop Camp's Tax Plan or Lose Our Money
High-level donors are sending a message to Washington's Republicans: Stop Rep. Dave Camp's plans to increase taxes on banks and the wealthy or lose your big dollar donations.
North Tarrant Express to be finished by end of year
A $2.5 billion makeover of Loop 820 and Texas 121/183 in Northeast Tarrant County will be completed before the end of the year at least six months ahead of schedule, a spokesman said Friday.
Primaries To Decide Who Moves On
With what is a record number of choices on the ballot, at least for local Republicans, who will advance to the November general election will be decided between Tuesday, February 18, and Tuesday, March 4. Local registered voters will be allowed to start casting early ballots in both the Democratic and Republican primaries Tuesday morning in the ... (more)
Schaper: Taveras: Pools, Pensions, and Political Posturing
In what WPRI called "the worst kept political secret," Taveras' announcement for Governor of Rhode Island has a wave of popularity behind the candidate--unlike General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, whose pension reforms have demonized her with public sector unions.
The Washington Post
Polarization in Congress has risen sharply. Where is it going next?
Christopher Hare is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at the University of Georgia.
Burnt Orange Report
Endorses Marco Montoya in CD-25
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