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21 hrs ago | MyHighPlains.com
During its five-year lifetime, the Tea Party has lost some of its original focus on national spending and national debt.
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23 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Sen. Ted Cruz was anything but conservative in showing of his impression skills during his Thursday CPAC speech.
In the five years since the first conservative activists dubbed themselves members of the tea party, they have been at the vanguard of change within the Republican Party.
The Republican candidates for attorney general PUC Chairman Barry Smitherman, Senator Ken Paxton, and Representative Dan Branch, appear at a Denton County forum at the Denton County Elections Administration building on Monday, January 13, 201 The runoff that will largely determine the state's next top lawyer will be a contentious battle between two ... (more)
Senator Ted Cruz speaks during a news conference at the Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Monday, April 1, 2013.
Texas held its primary balloting on Tuesday, as voters braved icy weather to head to the polls to choose the Republican and Democratic nominees for the general election in November.
Potter County voters had a wide field of five Republican primary candidates running to head the county to choose from, and after unofficial early voting totals came in, Nancy Tanner leads with 53.3 percent.
Three Republicans running for Texas comptroller raised more than $195,000 apiece: From left, state Sen. Glenn Hegar of Katy, state Rep. Harvey Hilderbran of Kerrville and health care consultant Debra Medina of Wharton.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn claimed an early lead Tuesday night in his quest to serve a third six-year term in Congress.
In the five years since the tea party was born, Texas has been a hotbed of the movement: It was tea party activists who powered Gov. Rick Perry to a crushing reelection win and catapulted Sen. Ted Cruz to national fame.
Republican candidate Don Huffines meets the grandchildren of his opponent John Carona as they campaigned on the last day of early voting at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.
Snack food professionals will mosey on down to Dallas, March 1-4, to attend SNAXPO 2014, the Snack Food Association's annual exhibition and conference.
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