The focus of Davis' latest ad is to chronicle Abbott's history of believing in justice for some while denying it to others.
Democracy called checkmate against Scott Walker's attempt to rig Wisconsin's vote, while a Federal Court slapped down Greg Abbott's attempt to suppress votes in Texas.
So far, Greg Abbott has used his power as Attorney-General of Texas to obstruct the release of documents that would shed light on Governor Rick Perry’s oversight of Texas Enterprise Fund and its mishandling of millions of Texas taxpayer dollars. However, the demand for answers increases from a variety of sources, including Wendy Davis and the press. Now members of Congress are asking the DOJ to investigate dirty dealings between Rick Perry’s Office and the Fund. Since Abbott used his power as Attorney-General to conceal what may be illegal and unethical activities by Rick Perry, this does not bode well for Abbott’s quest to replace Perry at the Governor’s Office.
Greg Abbott's shady relationship with the Texas Enterprise fund is catching up with him.
On Monday, a U.S. District Court heard closing arguments in the case that challenges the most militant and vicious vote suppression law in America.
After a lackluster debate performance, Greg Abbott is launching negative TV ads against Wendy Davis, but experts in Texas suggest that Republican's negative shift might be a sign that the governor's race is tightening.
Texas Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott is being forced to bus in supporters to create a false impression of strength ahead of his debate with Democrat Wendy Davis.
With his latest political ad, Greg Abbott is showing all the signs of a panicked candidate. The ad is filled with talking points that have been debunked by facts and fact checkers.
As we get closer to the mid-term election, we long for the times when preparing to vote was a matter of volunteering for a voter registration drive, working for a candidate's campaign, familiarizing ourselves with the issues.
In a much needed victory for women in Texas, a Federal Court struck down the Lone Star State's version of a TRAP law.
This time, an Austin judge dealt a devastating blow to Greg Abbott's campaign against public education
In a ruling on attorney's fees related to a redistricting case, a Federal Court Judge dealt Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott two doses of humiliation.
Here is a roundup of Texas press reaction to the GOP party platform -- they seem more than a little dismayed by the growing extremism.
Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott is keeping it classy in Texas, where he refused to denounce the "Abortion Barbie" campaign posters that greeted Democratic state Senator Wendy Davis in California Thursday.
Kesha Rogers, a LaRouche supporter who equates Obama to Hitler and calls for his impeachment, is leading the Dem Senate primary in TX.
During an interview with conservative radio host Ben Ferguson on Friday, has-been rocker and right-wing nutjob Ted Nugent gave a non-apology for his comments last month
In an interview with CNN's Dana Bash, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) defended Ted Nugent as a passionate fighter for Second Amendment rights
A newly released poll shows Tea Party Congressman Steve Stockman closing the gap on Senator Cornyn, setting up a possible May runoff.
On Tuesday, Jeff Davis declined CNN's request to appear in an on-camera interview regarding Wendy Davis' personal life story. Instead, he gave them an email response stating that he feels that Wendy Davis "would make a very capable governor."
If you're a woman in Texas, getting married or divorced could cost you your vote, especially if you drive too.