Hidalgo vs. Ogg Reaches Fever Pitch

Hidalgo vs. Ogg Reaches Fever Pitch

The well-documented clash between progressive Harris County County Judge Lina Hidalgo and moderate District Attorney Kim Ogg, which had already heated up in recent months due to the indictment of three Hidalgo staffers, has now boiled over into an unprecedented level...

SCOTUS Sides With Cruz in Campaign Finance Ruling

SCOTUS Sides With Cruz in Campaign Finance Ruling

On Monday, by a 6-3 vote, the conservative majority United States Supreme Court voted to strike down a federal law capping the number of campaign dollars a candidate could repay themselves with post-election contributions. The vote sides in favor of Texas Republican...

In New Poll, Signs of Trouble for Greg Abbott, Texas GOP

In New Poll, Signs of Trouble for Greg Abbott, Texas GOP

In the latest poll from UT-Tyler and the Dallas Morning News, released over the weekend, Texas Governor Greg Abbott seems to be in decent though not spectacular shape in his quest for a third term, leading insurgent challenger Beto O’Rourke by seven percentage points,...

Early Voting Underway for May 24 Runoffs

Early Voting Underway for May 24 Runoffs

It’s almost hard to believe two months have passed since the March 1 primary elections in Texas, but with election day in the May 24 primary runoff just eight days away, Monday May 16 marks the first day of in-person early voting in the runoff, and a number of...