Posted on · What does the Governor actually do?
Posted on · Wait, what? What does that mean? Registration is usually considered a binary state: You’re either registered or you’re not. So what’s this middle ground?
Posted on · This year, journalists, pundits and activists across the country are focusing on the possibility of a “blue wave” that could flip the U.S. House and even the Senate
Posted on · A March 6 Election Day means early voting starts Feb. 20 and the last day to register is Feb. 5
Posted on · There are two different constitutional rules for how to resolve an electoral tie
Posted on · After decades of one-party Republican rule in Texas, the inevitable question is, “Will Democrats do anything?”
Posted on · The mostly noncontroversial propositions won by wide margins of up to 70 points.
Posted on · In Texas, every statewide elected official is Republican and the GOP controls the legislature. But efforts to restrict bathroom access for transgender people show a party that's far from united.
Posted on · Voters don't like Congress. Only about 40 percent of the country approves of the job the president is doing. And, because of the hundreds of millions of dollars spent on elections, people feel like their voices don't count as much as a large campaign donation.
Posted on · Gov. Greg Abbott spoke for almost an hour Tuesday in his “State of the State” address. Almost as notable as the contents of that speech were the hot topics he didn’t mention.
Posted on · Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick recently released his top 10 priorities for the 2017 legislative session. And now with several hundred bills filed, we have some glimpses of how he plans to meet his goals.
Posted on · We all know Texas is a red state. Democrats haven't won a statewide election since 1994, and Republicans have carried the state in every presidential election since 1976.
Posted on · State senators Dan Patrick and Leticia van de Putte met in their first and only Lieutenant Governor's debate last night in Austin.
Posted on · Gov. Perry was indicted on two felony counts Friday.
Posted on · Four U.S. Presidents headline a three-day summit in Austin this week, kicking off a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.