Texas GOP Rejects Proposed Secession Ballot InitiativeSupporters said the idea of "Texas independence" might be popular enough to bolster voter turnout without having any practical effect.
Heidi Cruz Files To Put Her Husband's Name On Texas BallotTed Cruz's campaign has formally filed to put his name on his home state's March 1 presidential primary ballot.
GOP's Ken Paxton Elected Texas Attorney GeneralRepublican Ken Paxton has been elected Texas attorney general.
Gay Platform Causes Stir As Texas GOP Gather In Fort WorthTexas Republicans gathering in Fort Worth are all abuzz. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend. As the state convention kicks into high gear, there's controversy over the GOP platform's language on homosexuality.
Texas Dems See Chance To Become Relevant AgainIt would seem that Texas Republicans have never been stronger. Behind the scenes, however, anxious Republicans and hopeful opponents are poring over data suggesting that the GOP hegemony may end.
Former State GOP Head Pauken Running For Governor Governor Rick Perry has drawn his first major primary opponent in the 2014 gubernatorial campaign. Former state Republican Party chairman Tom Pauken appointed a campaign treasurer Thursday.
Texas Political Pioneer Dead At 84Fred Meyer, former chairman of the Texas Republican Party and the Dallas County Republican Party, has died at the age of 84.
Planned Parenthood Launches Ad Campaign Against RomneyJust one day after Mitt Romney clinched the Republican nomination for president, Planned Parenthood has launched an attack ad campaign calling the candidate “wrong for women.”
Santorum To Appear At Texas Republican ConventionFormer presidential candidate Rick Santorum will be a featured speaker at the Texas Republican Party convention in June.
Court: New Texas Districts May Be DiscriminatoryThere are "genuine issues" of whether Texas Republicans in the Legislature intentionally discriminated against Hispanics in redrawing the state's political maps, three federal court judges said in an opinion.
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.