Outpolling her Democratic rival by 66 to 34 percent, U.S. Air Force veteran Gina Ortiz Jones accepted Rick Treviño’s concession in the party’s runoff for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District.
Monday marks the start of a five-day period of early voting for the May 22 primary runoffs, including statewide and local races.
The Democratic challenge in Texas’ swing CD23 might hinge on neutralizing incumbent Rep. Will Hurd’s national security and cyber-defense credentials.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders made turning Texas into a majority-Democratic state the focus of a campaign-style rally Friday night at Trinity University.
Congressional District 23 is a swing district that has been represented by Republican Will Hurd since 2015.
There’s little daylight between the five candidates in the crowded Democratic primary to represent TX-23 when it comes to core party issues.
Four candidates vying to represent the Democratic Party in the race for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District will gather for a debate Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m.
Five Democrats are vying for a chance to take on U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Helotes) in Texas’ most competitive congressional district.
Two more prominent Democrats are joining the race to challenge U.S Rep. Will Hurd, whose 23rd Congressional district runs across much of the Texas border.
Eight people are vying to take the place of District 6 City Councilman Ray Lopez, who has served the maximum four terms permitted by the City Charter.