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.
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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.
Texas Democrats enjoy a mostly controversy-free convention in Dallas.
In the first interview of her campaign dedicated to LGBT issues, Wendy Davis underscores her commitment to fight for marriage equality as governor.
Jerry Patterson leaks papers that document Dan Patrick’s mental health struggles, so conservatives discover that stigmatizing mental health is bad.
Allies of Wendy Davis are going after Greg Abbott’s oversight of the mismanaged Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas.
For the last couple of months, the Davis campaign has put their emphasis on issues that don’t seem set to resonate with voters. What could they do instead?
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.)
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.