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.
Paxton, who is also fighting similar criminal charges at the state level, is accused of misleading investors in a company years ago.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is going on the air in solid-red Texas, a remarkable move by a Democratic presidential nominee as her Republican rival, Donald Trump, struggles across the country.
SAN ANTONIO — U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, the San Antonio Democrat weighing a challenge to Ted Cruz, is providing a scathing assessment of the Texas senator’s deliberations over whether to endorse his party’s presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
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U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan is planning a trip to Texas to help U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-San Antonio) in the home stretch of his heated rematch with Pete Gallego.
Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday lost his last-minute bid for a court injunction to prevent the federal government from transferring its oversight of internet registrations to an international body.
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