Dan Patrick and Ken Paxton are perfecting the art of campaign by not campaigning. And it will probably work.
Tag Archives: Leticia Van de Putte
At this weekend’s Texas Tribune Festival, the fog over the state’s public discourse lifted—for a bit.
This year’s Texas Democratic candidates roundly outclass their Republican opponents when it comes to graphic design
Wendy Davis is out with her first two ads—both of them attack ads, neither featuring Davis. What should we make of them?
Lawmakers grilled Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams on the state’s stagnating test scores, suggesting the conversation hasn’t changed much since big reforms last year.
Davis and Van de Putte may want the same thing, but they have very different opponents, very different styles and very different organizations backing them.
The latest round of finance reports leaves Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott status quo ante, but in the Texas senate, things are more interesting.
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.
Last night’s debate between Julian Castro and Dan Patrick provided a lot of fireworks, but left Texas’ immigration debate mostly status quo ante.
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.)