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Texas Tech Students Don’t Know Who Won the Civil War or Who the Vice President Is, But They Do Know Who Brad Pitt Married [VIDEO]

Do Texas Tech students pay attention to politics? PoliTech set out to answer that question. You might not like the answer.

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Matt Mackowiak on Texas Turning ‘Blue’ Soon [VIDEO]

Keep a couple of things in mind. Number one, you have these urban areas that are heavily Democratic, in Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio to some extent. The urban areas are Democratic, but it's the suburban counties that are Republican. Some of the strongest Republican counties in the state are counties like Denton, Colin in Dallas and Montgomery in Houston, and the areas around San Antonio even Williamson county around Austin, those are all very conservative counties.

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Lubbock GOP Starts Convention

 

Precinct delegates and  elected officials have started the 2014 Lubbock County Republican Party Convention. The convention is being held at Lubbock's Memorial Civic Center.

Following an invocation by Pastor Jim Robinson, Party Chairman Carl Tepper welcomed delegates and provided an overview of the convention schedule.

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“RISE OF THE MILLENITARIANS”

“Millennials” – those Americans identified by social anthropologists as being between the ages of 18 and 33 – currently represent the “Holy Grail” of both the Democrat and Republican parties as the two political groups maneuver to win the White House in 2016

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Dem’s ’16 Nat’l Convention to Austin?

The Democratic Party could hold their national political convention in the Lone Star State in 2016.

Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell announced that Austin is under consideration by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to host the national convention which would bring millions of dollars to Austin and thousands of delegates from around the country

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Early Voting Begins Today in Texas

Voters in Lubbock have a wide variety of locations to choose from when voting. Today's voting locations include:

Lubbock County Elections Office, 1308 Crickets Ave
United Supermarket, 2630 Parkway Dr
United Supermarket, 112 N University Ave – Amigos
United Supermarket, 401 Slide Road (4th & Slide)
United Supermarkets, 1701 50th St (50th & Avenue Q)
United Supermarkets, 4425 19th St (19th & Quaker Ave)
United Supermarkets,2703 82nd St (82nd & Boston Ave)
United Supermarkets,8010 Frankford (82nd & Frankford)
United Supermarkets,4205 98th St (98th & Quaker Ave)
Texas Tech University Rec Center,Hartford Ave & Main St
Slaton ISD Administration Office, 140 E Panhandle, Slaton
Roosevelt Clubhouse,1400 CR 3300
Shallowater Community Center,902 Avenue H, Shallowater
City of Wolfforth,302 Main St, Wolfforth
Ventura Place,3026 54th St

Election officials want to remind Texas voters that they must present a valid state or federal ID with a photo to vote.

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GOP Primary Challengers Debate

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

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Political Candidate Seminar Offered in Lubbock

If you’ve ever considered running for public office, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is offering Hub City residents an opportunity to learn more about the nuts and bolts of political campaigns.

The Lubbock Chamber of

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Farm Bill Hits Snag on Dairy Policy

The nation’s farm bill has apparently hit another snag over a longstanding dispute on dairy policy.

Today on Lubbock’s First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer commented on House Agriculture Ranking Member Collin Peterson’s (D-Minneso

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Stanley to run for District 3 Council Seat

Lubbock barber Maurice Stanley announced his intention to run for the District 3 Lubbock City Council seat during a Thursday afternoon press conference.

Stanley made his announcement  standing where he usually spends his entire day, behind a customer sitting in a barber's chair

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