The past couple of weeks have been unusual for me, to say the least. After a year of hard campaigning for Congress in Texas and gradually entering the public sphere,
I live with two boys who love superheroes and the comic universes they occupy.
They know every one of the fantastical characters’ stories, back stories, and alternate stories.
AUSTIN — More than 8.3 million of Texas’ 15.8 million registered voters cast ballots in the Nov. 6 general election, as shown in results posted by the secretary of state.
The Houston Chronicle on expanding Medicaid:
In this month of Thanksgiving, I want to continue the thankfulness theme. Of all the parts of prayer, I think we overlook the thankfulness portion the most.
Let’s talk about our public education system, Texas.
The Dallas Morning News on Texas not turning purple:
The question is on more than a few minds now. Did Beto O’Rourke prove the once-unthinkable — that the near future of Texas is as a purple state?
The Nov. 6th General Election was competitive and exciting. It was a big win for democracy.
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