• September 19, 2020

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Analysis: Is Texas political sentiment changing?

The number of registered voters in the state today — 16,211,198 — is about the size of the state’s entire population in 1990. This is not the same place it was, in lots of ways. That Texas was making a turn from midcentury to modern, a transition captured in some ways by the race for […]Read More

Add Texas 2020 election dates to your calendar

2020 is going to be a busy election year. So we have compiled the most important dates in one place — you’ll never have to worry about missing a headline. You can add these dates to your Google Calendar or iCal. Or view them listed in order below. Feb. 3: This is your last day to register to vote […]Read More

Analysis: Political eyes are not all on the Texas prize

The idea animating many political candidates, consultants and donors in Texas in 2020 is one that’s way down the list of concerns for many Texas voters: redistricting. The 150-member Texas House has 83 Republicans and 67 Democrats, creating a GOP majority that could flip to Democrats if the minority party could wrest away nine spots. […]Read More