Paxton Wins GOP Runoff For Texas Attorney General Tea party favorite Ken Paxton has won the Republican nomination for Texas attorney general after a bruising runoff against fellow lawmaker Dan Branch. Paxton is now the favorite to replace Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is running for governor.
Christian, Sitton To Railroad Commission RunoffOil and gas technology executive Ryan Sitton and former state Rep. Wayne Christian are headed to a GOP runoff for an open seat on the Texas Railroad Commission.
Bush Wins Texas GOP Land Commissioner Nomination Yet another Bush is rising among the ranks in Texas politics.
Republican North Texas Congressional Race Gaining National AttentionRepublican Congressman Pete Sessions of Dallas is in a primary fight with local Tea Party leader Katrina Pierson that's made national headlines.
Republican Abbott Reports Raising $3.1M In January Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott says he raised more than $3.1 million last month in his run for Texas governor.
Redistricting Case Could Delay Texas PrimariesPoliticians across the state are announcing their candidacies and hiring campaign workers, but the ongoing battle over redistricting could again delay the March primaries and make life difficult for incumbents.
Perry: Abbott Won't Challenge Me In 2014 PrimaryGov. Rick Perry said Wednesday that Attorney General Greg Abbott has agreed not to challenge him in the 2014 Republican primary if Perry chooses to seek re-election.
Republican Senate Candidates Locked In Tough Primary BattleMany races are on the ballot, but the race with the biggest political stakes is the Republican primary for the open U.S. Senate seat.
Candidates Reach Deadline For May 29 PrimaryPolitical candidates are filing their last minute paperwork to take part in the May 29 primary.
The Florida Primary & Who Can Lead The PackCBS 11 Political Reporter Jack Fink looks at the final push for votes in the Florida primary, more political endorsements and who is really leading the GOP pack.
Tentative Deal Reached On Texas Primary DateAfter a day of intense but informal negotiations, the Texas Republican and Democratic parties have reached a tentative deal that would move the state’s primary elections from March 6 to April 3.