Amid a paucity of polls in Texas, a survey from Public Policy polling brings bad news for the state’s Democrats (and good news for Gov. Perry.)
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Wendy Davis is hammering Greg Abbott on aspects of his pre-K proposal. Can she use it turn the conversation to education policy?
For a week, Greg Abbott’s campaign has been pushing a new website dedicated to exposing Wendy Davis. But it hasn’t gotten off the ground.
Democrats are rightfully cheered by the events of the last two weeks—but they’ll need to build a lasting narrative about Greg Abbott to sustain momentum.
Hours after the San Antonio Express-News released an investigation into Greg Abbott’s own pay practices, he announced he’d veto an equal pay bill.
Ted Nugent’s acceptance by the Texas GOP goes deeper than his appearance with Greg Abbott.
Wendy Davis’ recent talk on abortion and gun rights has irritated some of her base. But it’s led one Democrat in Limestone County to close up shop.
Wendy Davis repeated her call for Attorney General Greg Abbott to settle an ongoing lawsuit over Texas’ school finance system, indicating her campaign is betting big on an issue that’s set to rumble through 2014.
Wendy Davis still has a powerful, inspiring life story—and I’d love to see her reclaim it loud and clear, without apology. She needs to wrench it back, in fact, and let the other side know it can’t tell her story for her… so get the hell out of her way.
The Wendy Davis campaign’s mismanagement of the press is damaging her candidacy.