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- Milam high school students work the primary election
- County judge race is not worth crossing party lines
- Living wage
- Re-writing history
- GASP! He said it out loud!
- According to the Right, you’re wrong
- Court candidates visit MCDW meeting
- Paul Sadler needs your help. Just go vote.
- The tyranny of adequate health care
- Support for ObamaCare
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
You ran on a platform of helping Central Texans find jobs — especially those of us living in Milam County where we are still reeling after Alcoa bailed on us. Nearly every credible economist, including the noted conservative economist Ray … Continue reading
In case you missed it, below is the letter I wrote that was published in the Rockdale, Hearne, Rosebud, Temple and Waco papers in the last week or so. I didn’t send it to the Cameron paper because they published … Continue reading
Here are the salient talking points from the TDP’s weekly Leadership Memo. Please note that the Voter ID bill didn’t make it out of debate today but should be back on the floor by the end of this week. I’ve … Continue reading
Back in September, Democrats all across Texas kept trying to get voters to pay attention to the state’s budget. Neither Gov. Perry nor Lt. Gov. Dewhurst, nor Comptroller Susan Combs could be troubled to talk about it, even though nearly … Continue reading
Below, I’ve copied the essential parts from the weekly Texas Democratic Party’s Leadership Memo. Included are links to news clips, information on our worsening budget crisis, a legislative update, news on the big rally in Austin tomorrow and talking points. … Continue reading
We are finally beginning to see what impact Gov. Perry’s proposed budget cuts will have on our area’s economy and it’s not good. The non-partisan Center for Public Policy Priorities analyzed HB1, the governor’s current budget proposal. According to the … Continue reading