Lone Star Reports

Says NO to Equal Pay for Texas Families, YES to Extra Pay for Himself

On WFAA’s Inside Politics on Sunday, host Jason Whitely asked Greg Abbott if he would sign the equal pay bill that Rick Perry vetoed.

Highlights from her interview

In a wide-ranging interview on Thursday, March 6th with Texas Tribune editor-in-chief Evan Smith, Wendy Davis discussed how she plans to become the state’s next Governor – and what her priorities will be once she takes office.

At the top of her list – education.

LSP tracks returns in key races across the state

March 4th Primary results as they come in

Sex with a minor is a felony in Texas without statute of limitations

Greg Abbott clearly won’t apologize for appearing publicly with his “blood brother” Ted Nugent. Apparently, Abbott and his campaign team see Nugent’s admission that he was “addicted” to sex with underage girls as no big deal.

Actually, Texans don’t need an apology. They need the top law enforcement officer in the state to do what he has sworn to do — investigate sexual predators, gather all evidence and hold offenders accountable.


Recent Reports

Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle says Paxton has “indictment hanging over his head”

The Travis County District Attorney has confirmed that any investigation into the criminal felony complaint filed against Republican candidate for attorney general Ken Paxton would take place after the November 4th General Election. It's a clear signal to voters that electing Paxton would subject the Texas AG's office to immediate post-election uncertainty, disruption and dysfunction.

Abbott Refuses to Settle Lawsuit

During a post-gubernatorial debate interview aired Sunday on Lone Star Politics, a KXAS news program, Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle made clear that Greg Abbott made a “horrible mistake - he looked Texans in the eye and he lied to them” about school funding.

When pressed by Davis, Abbott lied about public school lawsuit

In last night’s Rio Grande Valley debate, Wendy Davis directly challenged Greg Abbott to drop his legal fight to push $5 billion in funding cuts to Texas schools – cuts that a State District Court has already ruled against, saying that they’re unconstitutional and deny Texas kids an adequate education.