More is at stake in the Texas vote count than who is elected and who holds control of the Legislature, Congress and the White House. It’s also shows if political strength is shifting from demographic group to demographic group.
It’s a safe bet, based on polls and history, that white voters will choose Republican Mitt Romney by a wide margin in Tuesday’s presidential election. That’s a problem for the GOP.
He’s the George Bush of a new generation: George P. Bush. These days, you’ll find the 36 year-old nephew and grandson of two former Presidents out on the campaign trail.
The Marconi Awards were held Thursday night in Dallas, and CBS Radio station Mega 107.5 was named the Spanish Station of the Year.
Paul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
The Fort Worth City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on a redistricting plan, but some people fear that the plan does not take into account the growing Hispanic population.
Hispanic support for President Barack Obama is increasing since his recent announcement that certain illegal immigrants will be allowed to stay and work in the United States.
Texas Governor Rick Perry said that he will keep pushing state lawmakers to pass a bill allowing police to ask anyone they stop about their immigration status.
A U.S. Census report out Thursday shows the changing make up of our nation.
77-year-old J.W. White remembers how things used to be. “I remember when you had to pay a dollar and a half for poll tax,” he said.
Drawing new lines in Dallas is a controversial proposal. On Wednesday a plan was formally presented to the city council.
City leaders in Dallas are set to redraw area political boundaries. The City Council will be briefed on a proposed redistricting map on Wednesday.