In case you missed it, the Texas Observer reported on Texas Republican Congressman Pete Sessions’s lavish spending habits, “for years, the powerful Dallas congressman has used a largely unregulated political fund to court powerful special interests with luxurious perks…”
Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick does not intend to debate Texas Democrat Mike Collier before Election Day.
Today, the Huffington Post detailed Steve King’s, Ted Cruz presidential campaign co-chair, “long history of making terrible, bigoted comments.”
In the wake of the indictments of Russian intelligence officials, the Dallas Morning News reported on additional Texas connections in the Russian meddling in US elections.
Fueled by grassroots donors and a groundswell of progressive energy, seven Texas Democratic Congressional Candidates outraised Republican incumbents in the second quarter.
With four months left until election day, Texans deserve a debate. The only problem is, Ted Cruz is MIA.
Today, the Huffington Post profiled Justin Nelson’s competitive campaign for Texas Attorney General saying, “Texas has Democrats hoping they might be able to fight President Donald Trump’s agenda from the country’s largest and most populous red state ― one that finds itself at the center of the president’s draconian immigration policies.”
Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke raised an eye-popping $10.4 million in the last three months -- catching up to Sen. Ted Cruz's six-year haul in just over 15 months. The average donation is $33 and comes from 215,714 individual donors, not a single dime came from PACs or special interests.
Media Advisory: Texas Democrats Announce U.S. Senator Cory Booker as Johnson-Jordan Dinner Special Guest
AUSTIN, TX – In September, the Texas Democratic Party will welcome special guest U.S. Senator Cory Booker (NJ) to honor the legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Congresswoman Barbara Jordan.
Austin, TX – Today, it was reported that “lawyers for the Trump administration say they will not be able to reunite dozens of children separated from their parents at the U.S. Mexico border by a court-ordered deadline Tuesday, in part because several parents have already been deported.”