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.
Senator Wendy Davis, the Democrat who filibustered an abortion law for nearly 13 hours wearing pink running shoes, began the slow rollout of her campaign for Texas governor on Wednesday.
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.
Police in McKinney are asking for help in identifying the vandal and thief who wrote racially offensive writing on and then stole a political yard sign. One of the crimes was caught on tape.
A soldier who went on national television in his military fatigues to endorse Texan Ron Paul’s presidential campaign has been reprimanded but not dismissed from the Army Reserve, a spokeswoman said Friday.
The Ohio primary is shaping up to be a real nail-biter on Super Tuesday. It’s one of 10 states where voters will select which Republican should become the party’s nominee to try to unseat President Barack Obama.
After Rick Santorum surged into the lead in the Michigan polls, Mitt Romney is now back in the lead in some polls.
A state representative has pleaded guilty to a third-degree felony charge in a deal that would allow him to avoid jail time.
People attending a Rick Perry presidential campaign event are being asked to prove they are American citizens.
Rick Perry promises to create at least 2.5 million new jobs in his campaign’s first television advertisement as he seeks to refocus his struggling GOP presidential bid on his economic successes as Texas governor.
Campaign aides say Texas Rep. Ron Paul will run for president for a third time. Aides said Paul will announce those plans on Friday while in New Hampshire.
Opening statements began Monday in the trial of former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, who is accused of helping to illegally finance Texas legislative races in 2002.