Another corrupt former public official confesses crimes in the Dallas County Schools money laundering scandal.
GOP candidates in conservative Collin County are united for victory in November and beyond.
DCRP resolution urges voters to reject “unprincipled endorsements of Democrats” made by nominal Republicans.
Four indicted on 30 felony voter fraud counts following a criminal investigation into mail ballot harvesting that began in late 2016.
“In the past we’ve been able to out maneuver them as a city with our lobbyist, but now they’ve figured out the lay of the land, they’ve figured out who’s who.”
Local taxpayers at Frisco Tea Party forums ask tough questions about the school district’s property tax rate “swap” and $691 million bond package, both on the November ballot.
Property tax reform and other conservative priorities can be accomplished this legislative session, if citizens stay engaged.
A small North Texas School district is spending big bucks on new sports facilities instead of classrooms.
Transportation bond proponents say Collin County’s growth demands more roads, but they come with a hefty price tag for taxpayers.
Burgess’ opponent, Linsey Fagan, is endorsed by a litany of far-left groups and politicians, including socialist darling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.