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3 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
The 12-way race to replace Rep. Steve Stockman ended in a runoff Tuesday night, while the congressman lost his Senate primary bid for Sen. John Cornyn's seat.
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7 hrs ago | News Max
Most of the national press pointed to the landslide primary victories of Texas Republicans Sen. John Cornyn and Rep. Pete Sessions over tea party-favored challengers as evidence that the grassroots movement has run out of steam as a force in the GOP.
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Senator Ted Cruz speaks during a news conference at the Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Monday, April 1, 2013.
As Texans were roaring, "Abolish Obamacare," Tuesday, with 93 percent of reported Texas voters, mostly Libertarians and Republicans, opting to repeal Obamacare , Texas Senator Ted Cruz tweeted, "Another day, another illegal Obamacare delay: This is nonsense."
With literally a handful of precincts still untallied, the first "Election Night" of the 2014 cycle is in the books, with Texas selecting its nominees for the November midterm elections.
It's the day after the primary and Senator John Cornyn is already getting an endorsement from his fellow Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
A University of Texas cheerleader performs in front of a giant Texas flag draped on the UT Tower during the Hex Rally in Austin, Texas on November 21, 2011.
Kesha Rogers, a political activist who wants to impeach President Barack Obama, is still in the running to become the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in Texas, after no candidate secured a majority of the votes in Tuesday's primary election.
Texas faces a heated race for the governor's office between Republican Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis, after the Lone Star State took to the polls Tuesday in the first political primary elections of 2014.
He had no significant opposition. His opponents never got tea party or conservative support.
Two years after Ted Cruz upset the political establishment in the Lone Star State, Texas voters helped two major Republican establishment candidates secure their posts in the state's primaries on Tuesday.
Texans went to the polls on Tuesday in primary elections where the top candidates for governor were projected to post easy wins and favorites of the conservative Tea Party movement shook up several races with established Republicans.
Texas Republicans picked the state's attorney general in the fight to succeed longtime Gov. Rick Perry, while a rising Democratic star coasted to her party's nomination Tuesday night during the nation's... Texas Republicans picked the state's attorney general in the fight to succeed longtime Gov. Rick Perry, while a rising Democratic star coasted ... (more)
Texas kicked off the 2014 midterm elections with a jam-packed primary Tuesday. Just as eye-popping as the races themselves are the campaign ads that accompany them.
Sen. John Cornyn is the winner by a wide margin. The tally from the Secretary of State shows the 2-term senator with 63 percent of the vote, though all but a handful of the ballots counted so far come from early voting, and AP has called the race.
Polls close at 8 PM ET throughout most of Texas for tonight's Democratic and Republican primaries, the first of the cycle.