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November 2018 [PAGE: 2]

Emmett Loses to Lina Hidalgo

Emmett Loses to Lina Hidalgo

Harris County’s biggest upset was a nail-biter: County Judge Ed Emmett lost to 27-year-old graduate student, Lina Hidalgo. Hidalgo garnered 49 percent to Emmett’s 48. Emmett has been in his position since 2007, after previously serving in the Texas Legislature....
Voters Paint Midland Red

Voters Paint Midland Red

Voters painted Midland County red Tuesday as Republican statewide and countywide candidates won by an average of 79 percent over their Democratic challengers, according to unofficial voting results from Midland County. At the federal level, U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway...
Dan Patrick Re-Elected as Lieutenant Governor

Dan Patrick Re-Elected as Lieutenant Governor

Voters across Texas are celebrating tonight after Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick was re-elected by an impressive margin. Patrick, a former talk radio host turned Republican politician, centered his re-election campaign on an aggressive agenda of increasing teacher pay and...
Cruz Re-Elected, O’Rourke Rejected

Cruz Re-Elected, O’Rourke Rejected

After a long and hard-fought battle against Democrat Congressman Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz was re-elected by Texas voters on Tuesday. When O’Rourke entered the race against Cruz last year, Democrats in Texas and across the country were elated...
Abbott Campaign Crushes Democrat Opponent

Abbott Campaign Crushes Democrat Opponent

In an election in which Democrats predicted a “blue wave” of liberal victories, Gov. Greg Abbott has defeated Sheriff Lupe Valdez, his Democrat opponent, to win re-election to Texas’ highest office. Since winning the governor’s office four years ago, Abbott has been...