Texas Republicans are preparing for a closely watched Electoral College vote Monday in what is normally an afterthought to a presidential election.
President-elect Donald Trump has officially selected former Gov. Rick Perry, a former rival turned loyalist, to lead the Department of Energy.
Before word got out about Rex Tillerson’s appointment as secretary of state, the Lone Star State had come up empty in Trump’s Cabinet appointments.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, once a vicious critic of Donald Trump, is allying himself with the president-elect on some key issues
Art Sisneros said he believed voting for Trump “would bring dishonor to God.”
Four Texans – including former Gov. Rick Perry and Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller – are being mentioned most often as potential members of a Trump administration.
Trump’s historically narrow Texas win, however, was overshadowed by the political earthquake that was his overall victory.
By Tuesday’s end, Donald Trump’s impact on Texas elections will be clear, and Republicans may have fewer elected officials to show for it.
In Texas’ sprawling 23rd congressional district, everyone knows about Donald Trump, the blustery billionaire on their five o’clock news every night, causing arguments at their dinner tables and leaving them desperate for this election season to end.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — Mark Miller’s otherwise unremarkable home office hints at his message to Texas voters.