After getting crushed in November, Battleground Texas is fighting for survival and relevance—against other Democrats.
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Observer Radio discusses the results of Battleground Texas’ first big test. Also, a look at the dark history of the nation’s deadliest act of mob violence.
A panel of Texas political experts, including Rep. Donna Howard and Rep. Jason Villalba, discuss the 2014 election and the Texas Legislature.
Gov.-elect Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and other GOP leaders spoke to an ecstatic crowd in Austin, Texas, on election night.
Wendy Davis is out with her first two ads—both of them attack ads, neither featuring Davis. What should we make of them?
A breakout character from David Dewhurst’s new ad blitz appears to gaining sentience, raising important—and disturbing—questions.
The lt. governor primary race between David Dewhurst and Dan Patrick has been the strangest in Texas this year—what will the last month hold?
David Dewhurst and Dan Branch face tough runoff races, and some want them to concede. But they shouldn’t—for voters’ sake, and their own.
Kesha Rogers, a 37-year-old LaRouche Democrat, has never held elected office and wants to prioritize defending the Earth from asteroids. But she’s on track to become Texas’ Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate.