Tag Archives: Will Hurd
A number of high-profile GOP electeds are throwing in the towel in advance of the 2020 election cycle—with more expected in the coming year.
For Texas Democrats to do well in 2020 and potentially secure the state House and a number of additional congressional seats, they need to organize themselves ...Read More
A diverse and bipartisan ensemble of politicians and groups were rudely awakened as they were wrested from or kept out of power in 2018.
Power is a funny thing. One minute you have it; the next it’s gone. Sometimes it’s taken forcefully; other times it’s given away. In Texas, the ruling Rep...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
While desperate immigrant families are torn apart and children sent to “tent cities” in Texas, most of the state’s prominent Republicans are more than happy to get behind Trump.
Over the past couple of weeks, the nation has been forced to confront the realities of President Trump’s goal of stopping immigration at the southern border w...Read More
Texas’ approximately 110,000 DACA holders have no idea if or when Congress will assure them a future in the U.S.
Around two dozen immigrant rights activists sang Christmas carols outside the Texas governor’s mansion Tuesday evening as a reminder that nearly 700,000 young...Read More
During a tour of Dairy Queens in his district, the West Texas congressman offered a master class in the rhetorical skills many Republicans are going to need this cycle.
It’s the best of times and the worst of times to be Will Hurd, the Republican who represents the 23rd Congressional District of Texas, a giant swath of Texas ...Read More
Anti-pipeline voters in the Big Bend region say a Trump presidency would be disastrous for the region.
Anti-pipeline voters in the Big Bend region say a Trump presidency would be disastrous for the region....Read More
Nearly four dozen landowners in the pristine path of the Trans Pecos pipeline are facing eminent domain lawsuits from the energy company behind the project....Read More