Posted on · With so many important issues at the center of this election, we have a partisan discussion with representatives on both sides of the political aisle.
Posted on · Both sides weigh in on the issues that will turn up the heat in the November election. Plus, how to register to vote and details on early voting.
Posted on · We break down the week’s biggest political stories with an eye for how they might affect Houston and Texas.
Posted on · Kim Olson, who is running to unseat Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, is a veteran, farmer and outspoken feminist
Posted on · Paxton was indicted nearly three years ago in a securities fraud case that is unlikely to be resolved before Election Day
Posted on · Thousands will gather at the state GOP convention in San Antonio this week. Texas Democrats will meet in Fort Worth for their biennial meeting the following weekend. School shootings and the #MeToo movement are among the issues that could loom large at one or both events.
Posted on · The Democrat running for governor says his $6.5 billion plan would also fund universal full-day Pre-K and a $5,000 college scholarship for anyone who graduates from a public high school with a 3.0 GPA or better
Posted on · A handful of elected officials used more than $28 million from their campaign accounts for investments, making it the second largest category of expenditures in the 2018 election cycle
Posted on · The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee telegraphed its preferences Thursday in two primary runoffs for U.S. House seat in Texas, one month after its effort to torpedo a Houston Democrats congressional bid appeared to backfire.
Posted on · Lamb appears to have an insurmountable lead over Republican Rick Saccone, a big turnaround from President Trump's 20-point victory in 2016. It has Republicans worried about a possible Democratic wave.
Posted on · Starting numbers in nation's first primaries this year jump significantly over those in '14
Posted on · In crowded, competitive Republican primaries to replace two retiring congressman, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is investing time, energy and political capital to help two of his former staffers join him in the Texas delegation.
Posted on · "The consistent message that seems to be coming out of her campaign is she has no idea why she's running for governor" - Jay Aiyer, co-host of Party Politics, on media and others' reaction to Lupe Valdez, one of the Democrats running for Texas governor
Posted on · “It was the first time where the President literally tweeted nonsense, nonsense dominated the news cycle” – Jay Aiyer, co-host of Party Politics, on President Trump tweeting the word ‘covfefe’ and the media’s reaction to that tweet.
Posted on · “Everyone says everything is bigger in Texas, that is not true when it comes to voting” – Brandon Rottinghaus, co-host of Party Politics, on low voter turnout in Texas, about 43% in 2016.