While Battleground Texas’ staffing issues aren’t unique, its difficulty in retaining senior staff could pose a threat to the group’s long-term success.
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After getting crushed in November, Battleground Texas is fighting for survival and relevance—against other Democrats.
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.
The Observer‘s staffers examine what the Texas GOP’s election night victories likely mean for the upcoming legislative session.
The Wendy Davis filibuster started a cascade of events that made the 2014 election especially bad for Texas Democrats.
Battleground has had a challenging first year and a half and its future is uncertain. But in 12 legislative races, including Wendy Davis’ Fort Worth district, the group hopes to stake a claim to a future in Texas.
Debates over Hillary Clinton’s participation in the Democratic convention says a lot about the different strategies employed by Wendy Davis and Leticia Van de Putte.
Here are our top reasons why Sen. Wendy Davis probably has no shot at the governorship and why she just might pull off the upset.
It is not news that Latino population growth in Texas affords the moribund Texas Democratic Party at least an opportunity to find its way out of the wilderness. The question has long been, will the Democrats be able to seize it?