Cruz & Sadler Meet In Final Senate DebateU.S. Senate candidates Ted Cruz and Paul Sadler are facing off in their final debate in Dallas. The debate is scheduled for Friday night and is unlikely to attract a large audience.
Cruz Outraises Sadler 10-Fold In Senate RaceRepublican Ted Cruz said that he raised $3.5 million between July and September, about 10 times the amount secured by his Democratic rival for an open U.S. Senate seat.
Cruz Reconciling With Former Texas GOP FoesTed Cruz won the Republican nomination for the open U.S. Senate seat in Texas. Now, he is the prohibitive favorite, and busy reconciling with foes he bashed as too moderate.
Senate Hopeful Sadler Touts Bipartisan RecordU.S. Senate candidate Paul Sadler points to his record of bipartisanship in the Texas House for 12 years. "When you do good things together, good things happen," he said.
Registration Deadline Is Tuesday For November Election Tuesday is the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 6 general election.
U.S. Senate Hopefuls Trade Barbs In DebateThe verbal jabs flew fast Tuesday in Dallas during the U.S. Senate debate, with Democrat Paul Sadler calling his opponent Ted Cruz a "troll" and Cruz labeling Sadler an unapologetic liberal.
Sadler Says Debate Will Expose Cruz's ExtremismIs Texas' U.S. Senate race even really a race? Or is it a foregone conclusion for Republican Ted Cruz?
State Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Skips DNCOne high profile Texas Democrat is skipping the Democratic National Convention to campaign for votes at home in the race for a U.S. Senate seat.
Voters Set To Decide Heated U.S. Senate RaceTuesday 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.
Early Voting Begins For Texas Runoff RacesTexas 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 Begins, Turnout Will Be CriticalEarly 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.