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Paul Sadler for U.S. Senate: Texas Map

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The Reynolds Riddle

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State Rep Ron Reynolds was speaking today on immigration issues that are coming before the Texas House this year, and mentioned in passing one of the more vociferous anti-immigration House member who was featured on AC 360 last year. Remember Anchor Babies?

Texas League of Young Voters on the Texas Voter ID Law

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Texas League of Young Voters Education Fund talks about the impact of the proposed Texas Voter ID Law.

 

Meanwhile in Fort Worth...

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While we were having our state convention in Houston, the Republicans were having theirs in Fort Worth. Here's a sneak peek at what was happening behind the scenes there.

#TXD2012

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Video opener for 2012 Texas Democratic Party State Convention

Juanita Jean at the Texas Democratic Convention

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Susan DuQuesnay Bankston (aka Juanita Jean) seconds the nomination of Gilberto Hinojosa as the next Chairman of the Texas Democratic Party.

Paul Sadler: "Does it matter?"

Democratic US Senate candidate Paul Sadler addresses the Texas Democratic Party convention general session on July 8th 2012. This is his response to the anti-democratic article published by the Houston Chronicle on the futility of opposing the Republicans in the 2012 election

Newcomer Hubbard surprises voters in U.S. Senate race

Sean HubardOf the six top-tier candidates running for the U.S. Senate, only Sean Hubbard may have to worry about being challenged by eagle-eyed poll watchers, suspicious that he is too young to vote. Fresh-faced and slight, the Dallas resident is 31, but looks half that.

The young Democrat likes to remind audiences that Joe Biden was 29 when he was elected to the U.S. Senate from Delaware, and like the current vice president, Hubbard is articulate, engaging and well-versed on the issues.

Wendy Davis 6-6-11

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On June 6th 2011 Texas State Senator Wendy Davis came to the Capitol Rotunda to speak to Texas teachers protesting the underfunding of education in Texas over the next two years. Her message: votes matter, elections matter.

Texas Representative Farrar on the Republican SuperMajority

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Texas House Democratic Caucus Leader Jessica Farrar on the tragic consequences that followed a Republican super majority in the state house including $5.4 billion in cuts to public education and a Republican War on Women.

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