Naturally, a few of the state’s 25 GOP representatives are in the eye of the storm.
In an election that will chart the state’s political future for a generation, Democrats are waging an unprecedented offensive against embattled Republicans.
Ben Sargent on the latest Paxton family incident.
A diverse and bipartisan ensemble of politicians and groups were rudely awakened as they were wrested from or kept out of power in 2018.
James Dickey on white nationalists in the Texas GOP, xenophobia and “America First.”
While delivering the conservative response to mass shootings, Paxton got his facts mixed up again, this time at the state GOP convention.
The new chair of the Texas Republican Party is a tea party favorite who won his election by a single vote.
It’s as if state lawmakers owned an amusement park with a roller coaster that chucks a few riders to their deaths every month: We should fix that, they say periodically.