Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick delivered a rebuke of retiring House Speaker Joe Straus and others who believe the majority of Republicans are politically moderate.
In today’s episode of Just This, Rick and I discuss several high-profile runoff election races this week that most impact San Antonio.
The results came as Bexar County residents went to the polls to decide runoffs for local, state, and federal races.
In December, the House updated its sexual harassment policy after reports put a spotlight on widespread misconduct.
Seeking Joe Straus’ seat, Republicans Steve Allison and Matt Beebe will face off in the Texas House District 121 runoff election May 22.
House Speaker Joe Straus, R-San Antonio, endorsed Steve Allison on Thursday to replace Straus in House District 121. Straus is not seeking re-election after representing the district since 2005.
With Speaker Joe Straus leaving the Texas House and Speaker Paul Ryan leaving the U.S. House, things are going to change in government.
Texans got their say Tuesday in the nation’s earliest midterm primary, weighing in on local, statewide, and Congressional races.
Straus announced last fall that he would not seek re-election as the District 121 representative, capping a 13-year tenure in the Legislature.
Six Republicans and one Democrat are vying for the seat of House District 121, the Northside district represented by outgoing House Speaker Joe Straus.