The first primary in what Republicans hope is a triumphant election year sent a message that U.S. Sen Ted Cruz and the Tea Party still wield considerable influence in one of the nation’s most conservative states.
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.