• October 27, 2020

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Prickly Podlitics: Ep 2 “Congressional Districts”

This week, I am talking about the Covid spiking numbers and then checking out the two Congressional Districts that bookend El Paso: New Mexico Congressional District 2 to our West and then Texas Congressional District 23 to our East.   TIMESTAMPS: first 17 minutes: Covid talks 17:40 – New Mexico CD 2 – debate briefly […]Read More

Analysis: Voting in Texas is different from other places. It’s

If the folks in charge wanted everybody in Texas to vote, they would remove every real and imagined obstacle to voting. They do not. They are not. That makes perverse sense: It’s unreasonable to expect elected officials to change the system that got them elected. If you’re winning a game every time, you probably don’t […]Read More

Monday is your deadline to register to vote in the

Texans who want to vote in the upcoming Texas primary runoff election have until Monday, to register. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott delayed the upcoming primary runoffs from May to July after the coronavirus pandemic hit the state of Texas. Voters participating in the Democratic primary will decide the outcome in two statewide races. Most notably, […]Read More

Here’s your Texas 2020 March primary ballot

Texas will hold its 2020 primary elections March 3 — it’s one of 14 states to participate in Super Tuesday — and hundreds of candidates across the state have filed to run for public office. Here’s all of the candidates who have filed for the Democratic and Republican primary elections, according to the Secretary of State. […]Read More

Beto O’Rourke releases 10 years of tax returns

Former congressman Beto O’Rourke released 10 years’ worth of tax returns Monday night, becoming the latest 2020 presidential contender to reveal information about his personal finances. The Democratic candidate’s disclosure came shortly after Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who is also running for president, released his tax returns dating back to 2009. The returns show that O’Rourke and […]Read More

Rep. Mary González Announces “Positivity in Politics” Initiative

On Friday, State Representative Mary González announced the “Positivity in Politics” initiative, which seeks to highlight examples of positivity in grassroots leadership over the next two years leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election. “After Donald Trump’s comments yesterday, anyone could be forgiven for feeling that divisive rhetoric and antagonism have taken the place of policy-making. But […]Read More