Beto O'Rourke Criss-Crossing Texas, Igniting Rumors He Plans To Run For GovernorWith weather and health issues impacting millions in Texas and making news nationwide, former congressman Beto O'Rourke has hit the road again and is been criss-crossing the state, making stops in small towns.
Fewer People May Get $1,400 Stimulus As President Biden Open To Focusing On Those With Lower IncomesWhile fewer people may qualify for a federal stimulus check this time, lower income Americans could see a bigger payment than previous two stimulus checks.
Senate Democrats Call For Ethics Investigation Of Texas' Ted Cruz, Missouri's Josh Hawley 'To Fully Understand Role' In Capitol AttackSeven Democratic Senators said an ethics investigation should determine whether Sen. Cruz and Sen. Hawley, of Missouri, engaged in “improper conduct reflecting on the Senate.”
North Texas Democrats Discuss Historic Inauguration, Policy Goals For Biden AdministrationThree North Texas grassroots Democrats said Wednesday, Jan. 20, they're happy they can finally call Joe Biden, President and Kamala Harris, Vice President.
Texas Democrats Call On 22 Texas Republicans To Resign; State GOP Rejects ItThe state's Democratic Party Chair, Gilberto Hinojosa said, "There has to be consequences for this. And we believe these people need to resign or be removed from Congress."
Democrats Increase Calls For Texas Senator Ted Cruz To Resign; Cruz Says 'I Ain't Going Anywhere'Democrats accused Cruz of inciting the violence at the Capitol Wednesday as he led efforts by some Republican Senators to object to the certification of the 2020 election.
North Texas Republicans, Democrats React To President Trump's Criticism Of Coronavirus Relief PackageThe fate of the coronavirus relief package passed by the House and Senate remains up in the air after President Donald Trump sharply criticized the bill.
North Texas Democrats, Republicans React To Joe Biden's Projected Presidential WinDemocrats and Republicans from North Texas are reacting to the projections that former Vice President Joe Biden will become the next president.
Texas Democrats Lament No 'Blue Wave' In General Election: 'Not A Lot Has Changed'“One of the net takeaways from this election is that in Texas, not a lot changed,” said Kimi King, a political science professor at the University of North Texas.
Texas Republicans Celebrate Election Night ResultsDemocrats had hoped to make big gains in the state, but Dave Carney, political consultant for Governor Greg Abbott's campaign said it was a bad night for Texas Democrats. "They got crushed."
Reliability Of Texas' Red Status At Stake With Candidates In A Number Of Tight RacesIt is the nation's largest Republican stronghold, but experts say there's a chance things could be changing in Texas. After a record-breaking three weeks of early voting, there are still a number of races expected to go down to the wire Tuesday.
Texas Is A Battleground State And A Record Surge In Voter Turnout Only Adds To An Unpredictable ElectionUnlike in decades past, Republicans in Texas were on shaky ground on Election Day. The state, which typically is among the worst for turnout in the U.S., has seen a record surge of voters -- many who may not be casting GOP ballots.
As Texas Leads The Nation, Early Voting Totals Exceed All Ballots Cast In 2016It has truly been a political record breaking year in Texas. With one day still left in early voting, Texans have already cast more ballots in the presidential election than they did during all of 2016.
Former US Rep. Beto O'Rourke To Teach At Texas State University, School Newspaper ReportsFormer U.S. representative and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is set to teach Texas politics at Texas State University, the school's newspaper reported.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Says After Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination: 'Democrats Will Try To Destroy Her Reputation'“Though Judge Barrett’s credentials are impeccable, I have no doubt Senate Democrats will try to destroy her reputation for political gain, because they already tried to do just that," said Sen. Cruz.