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?
Even before Greg Abbott made it a campaign issue, standardized testing for 4-year-olds was already tied up in business plans and state policy.
Staff writer Patrick Michels shares his comprehensive look at the death of Alfred Wright from Jasper, and what it means to an East Texas community haunted by its racist past.
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.
After Attorney General Greg Abbott asked Texas’s highest criminal court to not to throw out one law he liked, they instead threw out another.
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.
Cari Christman, the director of RedState Women, a PAC trying to counter Dems’ advantage with women, had a strange interview Sunday. Stranger still: who’s running her group.
Reproductive rights, the issue that catapulted Wendy Davis to fame, also has the power to alienate moderate voters.