Articles tagged: Jose menendez
After the death of a high-profile voter suppression bill, Senate Republicans passed two other restrictive measures this week.
A sweeping Senate bill that would have increased penalties for election-related crimes and made it harder for volunteers to help elderly and disabled voters eff...Read More
Doctors, child care providers, counselors and other state-licensed workers who refuse to provide services based on “a sincerely held religious belief” would be protected under Senate Bill 17.
The Texas Senate on Tuesday gave its initial OK to a bill that civil rights advocates say would give state-licensed workers — including doctors, child care pr...Read More
By maintaining one of the least accessible voting systems in the country, the Texas GOP has kept a demographically favorable electorate encased in political amber.
“Texas isn’t a red state; it’s a non-voting state” is a political truism used frequently by Democrats to explain why they can win statewide — and also...Read More
Corruption and clownish behavior on the right could open doors for left-leaning leaders, but Texas Dems will have to work hard to get their act together....Read More
Texas Dems need a feisty ringleader, but San Antonio needs a negotiator. Who will voters choose?
Texas Dems need a feisty ringleader, but San Antonio needs a negotiator. Will voters choose quiet incumbent José Menéndez, or flashy Trey Martinez Fischer?...Read More
In a two-ray runoff for a safe Democratic seat in San Antonio, liberal favorite Trey Martinez Fischer lost to centrist José Menéndez. Why?...Read More