Former President George W. Bush said Tuesday that he and his father believe that Jeb Bush should run for president, but ultimately he must make his own decision.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is continuing to reach out to New Hampshire Republicans as he considers another presidential campaign.
Some prominent Hispanic Republicans fear that the immigration issue will harm their party’s ability to win over Latinos in the next presidential election and beyond.
Exit polls show that Wendy Davis fared no better with women than her male Democratic predecessor in 2010, despite her widespread recognition and aggressive campaign.
At a news conference on Wednesday, Greg Abbott said that he’s done celebrating. “It is time to put the election behind us and to begin a process of going to work,” he said.
The Texas Oil & Gas Association filed a lawsuit in district court on Wednesday morning asking the a judge to stop the state’s first ban on fracking, passed by voters in Denton.
Voters in Fort Worth have approved a tax plan to help pay for a proposed $450 million arena and sports facility in the Cultural District.
Even before the polls had closed on Election Day, Republicans had shifted their focus to 2016 and the party’s top target: Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Republicans prevailed in all of Texas’ statewide elections on Tuesday, extending a longest-in-the-nation winning streak that dates back to 1994.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz says the organizers who hoped to bolster Democrats have been turned back with a resounding and familiar message: “Don’t mess with Texas.”
It took until the early morning hours on Wednesday, but Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins conceded defeat to his Republican challenger Susan Hawk.
Voters have approved referendum taking billions of dollars from Texas’ Rainy Day Fund for roads