EDINBURG, Texas - The chair of the Hidalgo County Democratic Party says she is not fazed by her counterpart in the GOP getting statewide attention.  Adrienne Peña-Garza, the Hidalgo County Republican chair, is on the front cover of the latest...
AUSTIN, Texas - The first new state Senate map drawn to take into account population shifts identified under the 2020 Census has been published. The author of the new plan is state Sen. Joan Huffman, R-Houston, chair of the Senate...
EDINBURG, Texas - Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina says there is a establishment that controls the city and it does not want working people to have any say. At his campaign kickoff event, Molina said that establishment comprises more than one family....
MCALLEN, Texas - The Republican National Committee is set to open an Hispanic Engagement Office in McAllen in the coming weeks, having just launched one in Laredo. Macarena Martinez, the RNC’s Texas communications director, said the move shows how serious...
EDINBURG, Texas - Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina has filed the paperwork to run for re-election. The election takes place in November. Interviewed by the Rio Grande Guardian soon after he filed his paperwork, Molina said: “I am running for re-election because...
WESLACO, Texas - Members of La Unión del Pueblo Entero say they are fearful that politiqueras will run amok at polling locations if Gov. Greg Abbott’s voter restrictions legislation is passed into law. Under Senate Bill 1, currently under consideration...
SAN JUAN, Texas - Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa recently spoke at a luncheon and press conference hosted by Hidalgo County Tejano Democrats and LUPE Votes. The event was organized to show support for Democrats in the Texas House...
Texans support lawmakers pressing ‘reset’ on election reforms, focusing on enhanced accountability and access, not political interference or new restrictions Political candidates campaign, then the voters vote. That’s the way our democracy is supposed to work. Rough and tumble political...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sen. John Cornyn says he does not agree with the action of Texas House Democrats who have broken quorum to stop voter restriction legislation from being passed in a special session. The Democrats left Austin, Texas,...
With the Texas Legislature gaveled back in for legislative overtime, the House and Senate have each revealed their opening bids in the GOP’s push to enact new voting restrictions, finding common ground on proposals to narrow local control of...

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