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Scott Braddock May 22
Seems like lost the password to their account. Find it and tweet your spin, boys
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Charlie Geren May 23
Congrats to last night's primary run-off winners! Once again, voters overwhelmingly stood up to dark money groups out of Midland and Cisco trying to buy their seats. Overall, it's a good day for Texas.
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Bob Garrett May 21
Am honored and humbled to report my bosses have offered me – and I’ve accepted – the job of Austin Bureau chief for The Dallas Morning News. I follow some tough acts – great journalists who held this job before me. Hope to hold the standard high! 1/2
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CraftPAC May 21
Beer wholesalers want the to believe that if a craft brewery wants to sell beer-to-go from its tasting room all it has to do is switch on over to a brewpub license. Here’s why that’s absurdly complicated & not an option for many manufacturing craft breweries. (Thread)
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Jason Embry May 22
Kinda tired of all this winning.
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Scott Braddock May 22
"A great night for public education in Texas" - a seasoned veteran of the
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Texas Election Source May 22
Gubernatorial runoff turnout is still south of 250K. The all-time lowest number of voters in a Democratic gubernatorial runoff in Texas is 449K, set in 1920. It was only the second runoff election is state history (first for a GOV nomination).
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jessica shortall May 22
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Scott Braddock May 22
Who's not coming back with more friends? Oh,
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Heath Mayo May 22
One takeaway from tonight: The Empower Texans brand is toxic, even among conservatives. Grassroots Republicans are on to their game and the gig is up.
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Chris Turner May 20
According to , things we should blame for school shootings: ❌video games ❌movies ❌TV shows ❌Facebook ❌Twitter ❌Doors ❌abortion ❌unarmed teachers Lt. Gov. thoroughly embarrassed our state on national TV this morning.
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Jonathan Stickland May 18
The duration of a gun attack is always dictated by the arrival of a second gun.
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ChrisTackettNow May 23
I've seen the press release where Empower Texans is doing their best to try and spin the 05/22 elections. I can't see how last night was anything other than a TOTAL disaster for them. (1)
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Kolten Parker May 22
Student activists in Texas write open letter to Gov as full-page ad in Houston Chronicle: “Do you think that the children who were shot in class this week died because they hadn’t prayed enough?” “We are dying on your watch. What will you do about it?”
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Patrick Svitek May 22
.: “Once again, Republican primary voters have shown overwhelming support for responsible candidates...”
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Bennett Ratliff May 22
Lots of good news for the around the state tonight, public education candidates are winning by wide margins when showing strong support for issues.
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Mike Collier May 21
.’s vaunted round table includes no teachers, no parents, no students. He cannot conceal his utter contempt for public education! Nor will he ACT.
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Texas Civil Rights Project May 21
BREAKING: Federal Judge orders the State of Texas to: implement online voter registration with drivers' license transactions within 45 days in our lawsuit. More details coming shortly!
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ChrisTackettNow May 23
Replying to @christackettnow
Empower Texans PAC spent $820,293 from 03/06/18 - 05/12/18 that are directly related to the 05/22 elections. Only $65.5k is tied to a winning campaign. That is 8% toward a winning campaign. 92% of what they spent did not drive a win. Not a very good rate of return. (3)
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ChrisTackettNow May 23
Replying to @christackettnow
Rolling up the dollars given directly to House candidates from 03/06-05/12/18, from Empower and their orbit: McNutt - $426k (L) Beebe - $230k (L) Spitzer - $200k (L) Wolfskill - $168k (L) Lawson - $162k (L) Metzger - $95k (W) By my math, the orbit spent $1,285,010
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