The two men challenging incumbent Congressman Randy Neugebauer in the upcoming GOP primary election met in a town-hall style debate last night, explaining to voters their positions on both local and national policy issues
Monday on the Chad Hasty Show, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak discussed early voting, starting tomorrow, and the differences between Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn.
Mackowiak said it is time for candidates to be getting out name ID for early voting
On the Monday edition of the Chad Hasty Show, State Senator Ken Paxton talked about
Paxton said he believes his 22 years of legal experience will help him in the position. He stated, "I think that's critical to being the chief legal officer of the state
Friday on the Chad Hasty Show, Commissioner Todd Staples, candidate for Lieutenant Governor, spoke with Chad about his campaign.
Staples said he believes, "Texans are expecting a Lieutenant Governor that will stand up and fight for Texans, that will resist Washington expanding their cause into our state
The indictment alleges that 23-year-old James Aaron Sims robbed the Texas Plains Federal Credit Union in Amarillo on February 3rd, 2014.
The Washington on the Brazos Historical Site will host the annual Texas Independence Day Celebration next month on March 1 and 2.
The two-day festival features live music, food, traditional craft
Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Charles Perry discussed the development of water and transportation.
Regarding issues to be assessed and worked on by the state, Perry said that, for Texas, water will continue to be a major issue
Monday on the Chad Hasty Show, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak spoke about 2014 elections and how candidates are talking about various issues.
Mackowiak discussed Rand Paul's comments that Texas may not always be red
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Dwayne Stovall spoke about his candidacy for a seat on the state Senate.
Stovall is a self titled federalist. He believes in small government and calls himself a Republican with a little "r
Two e-commerce companies will receive money from the Texas Enterprise Fund as incentive to add more jobs in the State of Texas.
"Texas is the nation's leading example of creating an environment that allows job growth to flourish, innovations to thrive and families and employers to succeed," Gov