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Don’t let Texas Republicans revise history of their moral failure.

From: Matt Angle, Lone Star Project Founder and Executive Director

Recent media coverage indicates some confusion regarding Texas Governor Greg Abbott's view on the Tru

Mainstream Texas voters turning away from ideologically divisive and hyper-partisan Republican officeholders

Some Republican officeholders in San Antonio this weekend don’t realize they are likely attending the

Lone Star Project media review shows Paxton indictment mentioned in less than 11 percent of print and online news coverage.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been under felony indictment nearly the entire time he has serv

First African American Woman Sheriff in Texas Being Improperly Prosecuted by Ken Paxton.

Ken Paxton has spent most of his time as Texas Attorney General under felony indictment and 

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Republicans and Democrats united to punish those who torture pets and other animals. Konni Burton voted “NO”.

 

Burton Puts Economy “at Risk” and Pushes a Massive Sales Tax Increase While Fort Worth Star-Telegram Endorses Strongest Dem Opponent

Texas District 10 Senator Konni Burton had quite a weekend.  Between last Friday and Sunday afternoon, Burton was raked over the coals as an economic risk, called for a massive increase in the state sa

Tarrant County JP Sergio DeLeon has exposed a poisonous political partnership that threatens fair and responsible representation

Many Tarrant County Democrats were surprised when Republican Steve Thornton filed as a Democrat against 

Court review is latest expression of Greg Abbott and Texas Republican Hostility to Minority Texans

Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle released the following statement:

Reverend Frederick Haynes calls out Greg Abbott with facts to expose his shameful record.

Governor Greg Abbott often presents himself as sensitive and sympathetic to racial concerns, while adopting policies and taking actions overtly hostile to Texas minority citizens.

Refusal to demand resignations exposes Abbott’s moral failure

As Texas Governor and the leader of Texas Republicans, Greg Abbott has a political and moral responsibility to demand ethical behavior by other Texas Republican leaders. 
 

“A real-time character test is underway for Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn. They fail the test unless they immediately withdraw their support for Alabama Republican U.S.

Texas media has tough but crucial job getting Texas Republicans on the record.
Texas Republicans delivered Donald Trump 

“Moderate and even traditional conservative Texas Republican officeholders are moving from endangered to extinct.  News that Joe Straus and Byron Cook are leaving the State House makes it clearer than

 

 

Reprinted with permission of Quorum Report.

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