Forget whether Hillary Clinton could win the White House in 2016. Women still have yet to run many statehouses. But two Texas Democrats are going for a new kind of history.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Public education is emerging as a central issue in the Texas governor’s race between Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis.
The close of business Monday is the filing deadline for necessary paperwork to compete in Texas primaries on March 4, with winners advancing to November’s general election.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis has released tax returns on Tuesday that show the Fort Worth state senator earned more than $284,000 last year.
It’s the first time in Texas history that two women will lead a major party’s ticket for the state’s top offices.
President Barack Obama spent the evening in Dallas. Air Force One touched down just before 5 p.m. The President spent several hours in North Texas — meeting with supporters and raising money — all while in the visible eye of protesters.
A new poll shows that U.S. Senator Ted Cruz would beat out Governor Rick Perry, Congressman Paul Ryan and Senator Marco Rubio in a Republican Presidential Primary in Texas.
His voice thick with emotion, Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday again toured the National Domestic Violence Hotline he helped create, calling victims of such abuse “prisoners in plain sight.”
The top two candidates for governor will address the Texas’ largest law enforcement union.
Democrats and some Republicans in Congress blame Texas Senator Ted Cruz and his effort to defund Obamacare for the 16 day partial government shutdown.
Fort Worth state Sen. Wendy Davis is expected to formally announce her campaign for Texas Governor on Thursday afternoon, becoming the first Democrat to make an official bid for statewide office.