Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg began advertising his presidential campaign on broadcast television in Texas markets, including San Antonio.
Julián Castro’s campaign is suggesting that it no longer sees having a national platform as a must. Instead, it’s staking its hopes on a strong finish in Iowa, Nevada and Castro’s home state of Texas.
Texas voters also offered wide support of funding for parks and the adoption of retired law enforcement animals by their handlers.
Early in the debate, O’Rourke and Castro were largely absent from long stretches of discussion Tuesday night.
While some Texas Republicans avoid explicit discussions of race, the Texas GOP faces a diversity crisis that’s hard to ignore. – via @TexasTribune
Presidential candidate Julián Castro is calling for “immediate and significant” reduction in greenhouse gas emissions as part of his new climate plan. – via @TexasTribune
At least five people were killed and 21 others were injured in shootings near Midland and Odessa Saturday.
Former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro said Tuesday he has met the polling threshold to qualify for the Democratic presidential debate in September. – via @TexasTribune
Julián Castro’s campaign will run an ad Wednesday on Fox News in Bedminster, N.J., connecting the president’s rhetoric to the recent attack in El Paso.
The revelation “increases the urgency I feel to help change this country so that it works for those who have been locked-out of – or locked-up in – this system.”
– via @TexasTribune