Changing demographics have created an opportunity for Republicans in at least one local Central Texas race.
The perennial candidate has been the subject of litigation over his parenting and the details of those cases are disturbing.
Do you know who you’re voting for?
Stucky has been paid by the City to euthanize almost one thousand dogs and cats.
The remarks are certainly welcome words for conservatives given the high stakes cases that have been adjudicated in the state’s highest criminal court.
Meanwhile his opponent, attorney Richard “Scott” Walker, isn’t campaigning—at all.
After almost losing outright in the March 1 primary, Doug Miller is on borrowed time.
Miller has refused to answer questions relating to an $800 monthly car lease for a “campaign vehicle.”
#NeverTrump cannot mean stay home. There are true conservatives up and down the ballot that are counting on you to show up and vote regardless of your feelings about the top of the ticket.
Straus’s campaign recently sent a mailer to his constituents claiming that he has made border security a top priority.