Voter turnout in Texas is barely up over 2010 levels so far. That doesn’t bode well for Democrats but the Wendy Davis campaign says there’s reason for optimism.
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At the University of Texas at Austin today, Wendy Davis continued to attack Greg Abbott and said the state’s low turnout was helping her more than Abbott.
The Dallas Morning News came up with a novel reason for endorsing Greg Abbott on Thursday: Wendy Davis would infuriate the Republican Party.
Wendy Davis’ ad referencing Greg Abbott’s 1984 accident set the state’s political world on fire last Friday—what to make of it?
For years, Texas cops left nearly 20,000 rape kits untested while perpetrators went free. Now some agencies are confronting that injustice.
Some of the last campaign finance reports before the election are out. Abbott and Patrick maintain significant leads. In SD 10, there’s a wildcard.
Dr. Marsha Griffin gives firsthand accounts of the harsh circumstances faced by mothers and children desperately crossing the border into Texas.
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.
At the second of two governor’s race debates, Wendy Davis seemed a great deal more relaxed and comfortable.
This week’s WTF Friday, our look at the dialectical excellence of Texas politics, focuses on Rick Perry, Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz, but also has gifs, which helps.