Wendy Davis is out with her first two ads—both of them attack ads, neither featuring Davis. What should we make of them?
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When the final part of Texas’ abortion goes into effect on Sept. 1, Texas is likely to have only six clinics left—down from 44 in 2011.
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.
Wendy Davis’ campaign has been largely reactive, keying off Greg Abbott’s mistakes rather than articulating a vision for Texas.
Today, Texas Democrats launched a major coordinated effort they hope will safeguard voting rights—and help their margin in November.
The latest round of finance reports leaves Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott status quo ante, but in the Texas senate, things are more interesting.
It’s Perry, in good times and bad. Perry vs. Perry. Perry and a gun. Perry with a smile. President Perry. Wendy Davis, jihadi. Sorrow in the Metroplex.
Chris Hooks explains why there were no national figures present at the Texas Democratic Convention last weekend.
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.
One year after the unruly mob filled the State Capitol and—at least temporarily—shouted down a bill imposing new limits on abortion, what’s become of the movement today? And we consider Texas officials’ proposals to confront a growing humanitarian crisis on the border.