Rick Perry had led a charmed political life, never losing an election between 1984 and 2010, despite switching parties and having the state around him shift from faithfully Democratic to fiercely Republican. But the longest-serving governor in Texas history saw his ballot-box fortunes change dramatically with 2011 and his disastrous run for the White House.
Gov. Rick Perry says he is delaying an announcement on whether he will run for re-election until after the new special session ends.
Perry: ‘Biggest Pipedream I Have Ever Heard’ As Former Obama Aides Launch Plan To Make Texas Blue-State
Former aides to President Barack Obama are kicking off a plan to turn reliably red-state Texas blue.
Jamie, the King County Clerk, breaks down the election in a county that only had five votes for Obama and what life is like in a small town (including what her and her husband may […]
President Barack Obama won his bid for re-election Tuesday night, defeating former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney despite a weak economy and tremendous job loss that plagued his first term stifled the middle class. He promised […]
Intern Roger Dunlop visits the polls to find out “if the South would have won” would we have it made?
A Texas woman claims that a polling place forced her to cover up her “Vote the Bible” shirt she was wearing or she would not be allowed to vote.
Texas Republican voters made their preferences clear: The tea party is in and incumbents are out.
When state Rep. J.M. Lozano abandoned the Democratic Party in March, the Texas GOP held a welcoming ceremony at its Austin headquarters featuring the biggest of its big guns, including Gov. Rick Perry and Attorney General Greg Abbott.
Elected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.