The McClatchy video series on the Ted Cruz-Beto O’Rourke campaigns comes to Tarrant County, the reddest in Texas, where the Democratic candidate held a rally on the city’s historically Hispanic north side.
Nearly $1. 5 million has been sent to candidates in the Texas Senate District 10 seat. GOP incumbent Konni Burton of Colleyville received $1 million of that; Democratic challenger Beverly Powell received nearly $500,000.
The Dallas skyline is the backdrop for a campaign flyer by state Sen. Konni Burton, prompting Democratic criticism of the lawmaker who has represented the district since 2015. The district does not include Dallas.
U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke visits Father Stephen Jasso for a moment of prayer and reflection before going to his political rally at Marine Park in Fort Worth. Jasso, bedridden with ALS, offered O'Rourke a blessing.
At his rally in Fort Worth’s North Side, Tarrant County voters said they accept senate candidate Beto O’Rourke’s use of his Latino nickname even though he’s of Irish-American descent. Some said that the name Beto is a personal touch to a campaign.
U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke made time before his Fort Worth rally Friday night to meet with Father Stephen Jasso, who was diagnosed earlier this year with ALS. Jasso wanted to talk, pray and offer blessing.
The Hispanic vote could be key, potentially the difference, in the race for Texas’ U.S. Senate seat. U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke headed to Marine Park, near a large Hispanic community, for a rally Friday, Oct. 12.
Organized voter fraud ring targeted elderly voters on Fort Worth’s north side. Their goal was to steal seniors’ votes and switch them to their candidates. Texas attorney general’s office says they were indicted and arrested.
Four Tarrant County residents filed a lawsuit against the United States, claiming a portion of the Affordable Care Act that provides free birth control to women is an attack on their religious freedom.
The youngest voters in Texas outnumber the most dependable group of voters, those who are 65 and older. But will the youngest voters turn out en masse Nov. 6, which could flip elections up and down the ballot?