For the first time in nearly two decades, Democrats believe they have a real chance to take control of the Texas House, and with it, control of the all-important redistricting process. These articles offer clear analysis and up-to-the-minute reports on the race to raise campaign cash in the battle to control the Texas House.
Contributing Writer | 06/21/2020

Texas House District 126 encompasses a northwestern portion of the Greater Houston area, including Klein and Champion. In 2018, Republican Sam Harless beat Democrat Natali Hurtado by 9.68 percentage points. Hurtado is back for a rematch. (Updated 10/14/20) Natali Hurtado (D) E. Sam Harless (R) (I) Totals Total Money Raised $465,329 $556,470 Total Number of …

Tracy Marshall | 04/30/2020

Rumors have been swirling in the political world about what’s going on with fundraising — who’s ahead and who’s behind. We decided to pull the data, do the math, and bring you the numbers. We compared 2020 to the 2018 election cycle. What we found was, frankly, shocking.  Let’s Start With The Numbers The most …

Contributing Writer | 02/21/2020

Texas House District 2, east of Dallas, includes Hopkins, Hunt, and Van Zandt counties. Republican incumbent House Rep. Dan Flynn’s consistent political shift to the left, combined with his outright opposition to the Republican Party platform position against taxpayer-funded lobbying has earned him two challengers on his right flank. Republican challenger Bryan Slaton is back …

Contributing Writer | 02/20/2020

Texas House District 128 is located in southeast Texas and encompasses Houston and its surrounding communities in Harris county. It is currently represented by Republican House Rep. Briscoe Cain, who faces one Republican and two Democratic challengers.  The Candidates: Briscoe Cain (Incumbent) (R) – Briscoe Cain is a Republican from Deer Park, Texas. Professionally, he is …

Contributing Writer | 02/15/2020

Texas House District 92, which includes Hurst, Euless, Bedford and parts of Arlington, Fort Worth and Grand Prairie, has been targeted by Democrats in their effort to gain control of the Texas House. Needing only nine more seats to flip the House to the blue column, Democrats are targeting a list of house districts that …