Tag Archives: Beto O’Rourke
Fear and loathing on one side. Hope and inspiration on the other. East Texas is a microcosm of Beto-Cruz race.
The View From Louie Gohmert-Land Fear and loathing on one side. Hope and inspiration on the other. East Texas is a microcosm of Beto-Cruz race. – by Justi...Read More
The Observer caught up with O’Rourke and discussed the state of the most-watched race in the country.
It’s Thursday morning in Lufkin and Beto O’Rourke looks tired and his voice is hoarse. After getting into town late the previous night, he’s running on th...Read More
Black activists are cautiously optimistic — but it’s a huge challenge for Beto’s grassroots machine to reach the unlikely voters he needs to come out.
Inside Beto’s Plan to Turn Out Black Voters in Houston Black activists are cautiously optimistic — but it’s a huge challenge for Beto’s grassroots machi...Read More
Even an extraordinary Democratic candidate running a flawless campaign would face difficult odds against Abbott.
Barring divine intervention, Greg Abbott will handily beat Lupe Valdez — the only real question is by how much. The floor, if there is one, is Wendy Davis’ ...Read More
A Trump backlash is predicted in the suburbs. But will it materialize in a heavily Latino border district?
Why Democrats Could Lose in a Texas Congressional District That’s 70 Percent Latino A Trump backlash is predicted in the suburbs. But will it materialize in a...Read More
O’Rourke finally got aggressive. Cruz stubbornly stuck to The Strategy.
In the second (and likely last) debate between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke, liberals lived vicariously as benevolent Beto finally lashed out at Ted Cruz — on...Read More