The primary rematch for Congressional District 28 is a litmus test for Democrats in South Texas.
Democrats have long taken Latino voters for granted, while Republicans have worked to fill that organizing void.
Rogelio Chavira is for Biden. Dolores Chacon is for Trump. The border fence passes through the couple’s backyard.
Republicans will now lock in their majority for years to come.
By the end of early voting, 1 million voters under the age of 30 had cast their ballot. Will they turn Texas blue?
José Garza represents a new wave of reform-minded DAs who want to end the war on drugs and prosecute police officers who kill.
With record voter turnout in early voting, Texas is a presidential toss-up. John Cornyn is getting worried.
Hint: It's not about trains. “The most important climate election in the nation” may be at stake.
For Latinos, casting a ballot means overcoming a history of struggle against exclusion and voter suppression.
Democrats hope to end nearly 20 years of GOP dominance in the state government.