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The Texas GOP’s darling: Jeff Younger

Jeff Younger is not a household name for most Texans, but he has been a dominant figure in Texas Republican politics over the last three years. He has built a prominent profile within the Texas GOP and was a catalyst in the effort to pass discriminator...

Rallies Against Police Violence Across Texas

Across Texas, activists and community members protested after video emerged showing a brutal (and fatal) act of violence by the police against a young Black man in Memphis. On Friday evening, the Memphis Police Department released a video that they ...

Texas Legislative Round-Up: Week Three

Welcome to the Texas Legislative Roundup! We are here to break down the latest of the Texas Legislative session in Austin. Every week, we’ll give you the honest take on the news that impacts you – without pretending it doesn’t.  Week in Review ...

Ted Cruz, Again, Embarrasses Texas

It would be hard to miss the national headlines coming from the latest mass shooting on the Fourth of July, when a gunman opened fire into a parade in suburban Chicago, Illinois, killing six and injuring more than thirty before fleeing the scene. As...

The Most Interesting Primary Races in Texas to Look Out for

Tuesday marks Election Day for primary runoff races around the state. Here’s our roundup of the top races to keep an eye on, and what they might mean for Lone Star State politics and beyond. Jessica Cisneros v. Henry Cuellar There is still little...

Why The Race to Replace Eddie Bernice Johnson Has Gotten So Bitter

With the retirement of longtime Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, the landscape for Democratic politics in North Texas is poised to dramatically change. Johnson’s retirement itself was a political earthquake, but the race to replace her has turned s...

Early Voting Underway for May 24 Runoffs

It’s almost hard to believe two months have passed since the March 1 primary elections in Texas, but with election day in the May 24 primary runoff just eight days away, Monday May 16 marks the first day of in-person early voting in the runoff, and a n...

Meet the new texas signal

We’re so excited to see you. We built Texas Signal because we knew progressives need a counterpunch in the age of misinformation and disinformation in Texas. As traditional and trusted media outlets have closed, they’ve frequently been replaced acro...

Cornyn (Literally) Applauds Incendiary Rhetoric

Senator John Cornyn, in the midst of a tough re-election fight against MJ Hegar, was caught on camera applauding the incendiary rhetoric of a local Republican club president, as well as the Sher...

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