• September 28, 2021

Tags : election

7 Texas Republicans in Congress Just Got Outraised by Their

WASHINGTON – There are few bigger warning signs for a member of Congress that their re-election may be in doubt than when a challenger outraises them. In Texas, it just happened to seven incumbents, all Republicans. Since last week, when U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-El Paso, revealed that he had raised a stunning $10.4 million between April and […]Read More

Tiguas Tribe Bankrolling One of Their Own in Primary Bid

EL PASO — A primary challenge isn’t anything new for state Rep. Mary González. The Democrat from Clint beat out two others for an open seat in 2012, then four years later fended off a former, longtime state representative vying for the position. But this year she’s facing a challenger who’s received the largest campaign donation in a Democratic primary to date this […]Read More

On First Day of Early Voting in Texas Primaries, Turnout

On Tuesday, more Democrats cast primary ballots than Republicans on the first day of early voting in the 15 Texas counties with the most registered voters. That hasn’t happened since 2008. Fifty-four percent of the day’s 51,249 in-person votes in those counties Tuesday were cast in the Democratic primaries, according to the Texas secretary of […]Read More

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