These candidates are back in the ring to prove that 2018 wasn’t a singular “year of the woman.”
Tuesday’s midterm was the best election result for Texas Democrats since at least 1994, and gives a lot of reasons to think that something has meaningfully changed in this state.
Year of the Woman, Beto’s bandwagon, immigrant families and the “sleeping giant” all animated this year’s Democratic convention.
In what should be a pretty good year for the party, the situation doesn’t look rosy.
Texas Democrats may miss out on a progressive movement sweeping the country if they don’t find money to fuel their campaigns.
What works poorly in other states doesn't work here at all.
With candidate filing now open for 2018, Texas Democrats are showing signs of life in the battle for Congress but still seem gunshy about competing statewide.
The grassroots group of reproductive justice activists have seized a terrifying political moment and created a defiant act of pop-cultural resistance.
After Baylor Scandal, Survivor-Centered Bills Give Texas a Chance to Lead Campus Sexual Assault Fight
Advocates say less than 10 percent of sexual assaults are reported in Texas and legislation focusing on support for survivors is most effective.