Posted on · "Texans aren't afraid," U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz said Monday, April 2, 2018, in Beaumont. "Texans are strong. Texans are free... Texans are tough."
Posted on · This week in Texas politics with the Texas Tribune
Posted on · With Texas primaries over, our political experts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jay Aiyer --with guest Jerónimo Cortina-- reviewed the biggest takeaways from the elections, and discussed what the results mean looking into November mid-terms.
Posted on · While the majority of the women who succeeded in their primaries were Democrats, a number of Republican women also advanced
Posted on · Brandon and Jay talk about all the Texas primaries
Posted on · Final numbers after Election Day – which include the entire state, not just the urban areas – show Republicans outvoted Democrats by about 202,000 in early voting
Posted on · State Rep. J.M Lozano, R-Kingsville, is the only incumbent Hispanic Republican left on the ballot for 2018
Posted on · Shortly after the polls closed Tuesday in Texas' first-in-the-nation primary, Cruz tweeted a 60-second country jingle targeting O'Rourke
Posted on · Gov. Greg Abbott and the state's top Tea Party group — Empower Texans — went hard after "squishy" Republicans who bucked the governor or strayed too far from the party orthodoxy. The effort mostly failed
Posted on · Houston Democrat Sylvia Garcia hasn't yet stepped down from her Texas Senate seat after winning her congressional primary Tuesday, but Houston state Reps. Ana Hernandez and Carol Alvarado have already said they plan to run for it
Posted on · Democratic enthusiasm was up in Texas, but it's still a very Republican state. Statewide, Democrats face an uphill climb, but in key suburban House races, they could make gains
Posted on · From the sudden passing of a Houston City Council member to detailed analysis of the Primary Election results, Houston Matters' political experts break down the latest political news.
Posted on · Vote counts Tuesday night once again showed how Texas is a red state. Despite an early rush to the polls, Republicans cast more ballots than Democrats in the 2018 primaries
Posted on · Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke will face off in November to represent Texas in the Senate
Posted on · Democrats haven't won any of Texas' 29 statewide offices since 1994