Texas Observer Staff
Tuesday’s runoffs will spotlight intra-party feuds, test whether 2018 is really the year of women and conclude a dispiriting battle for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.
Will the DCCC’s chosen few win out? As part of its plan to win back the U.S. House, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has set its sights on a handful of Texas congressional seats, all of which have Democratic … Read More
Michael Grabell and Howard Berkes will receive the 2018 MOLLY National Journalism Prize for their “Sold for Parts” at a May 17 gala in Austin.
The Texas Observer and the Texas Democracy Foundation will award Michael Grabell and Howard Berkes its 2018 MOLLY National Journalism Prize for their work on the “Sold for Parts” series. The award will be presented at a May 17 gala … Read More
What We’re Watching in the 2018 Texas Primaries With Democratic turnout crushing early voting records in the 15 biggest counties, jam-packed races for seats left open by several retiring Republicans and backlash to Trump fueling progressive victories in other states, … Read More
Seven author events our reporters and editors are excited to see. Read More
The day we thought, or perhaps hoped, would never come has arrived. Here's how it unfolded.
The day we thought, or perhaps hoped, would never come has arrived. Join our staff for live dispatches, commentary and analysis from around the state. Read More
From Cruz's victory-or-die rally to down-ballot races to a Dem presidential face-off that seems to be happening on another planet, here's what to watch. Read More