Tuesday is Election Day across Texas. Voters will head to the polls to decide several runoff races, and at least one major upset could be brewing.
Texas is in political overtime, and the stakes are high. Early voting started Monday across the state for runoff races from the May primary.
Early voting for the Texas primary runoffs begins Monday. Well-funded candidates will blitz the airwaves with ads and local politicians will be going door-to-door and working the phones to bring out the vote.
Paul Sadler is served in the Texas House from 1991 until 2003. He will share a stage in Dallas with political unknown Grady Yarbrough, who ran previously as a Democrat and a Republican.
The contentious Senate race was the most-watched among hundreds of races in the Texas primary for the Republican presidential nomination, Congress, the Legislature, judges and various state boards.
While candidates from the same party agreed on most things, the differences between the Republicans and the Democrats could not be starker.