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Our weekly panel of Capitol insiders weigh in on issues of the moment.
The week's news through song
Ever hear something about Texas politics or public policy and wonder what it is? Ask Texplainer.
Patience is the central theme emanating from the Houston county clerk’s office as officials there are cautioning that counting the ballots in Texas’ largest county won't happen quickly.
The big day's here, and the Tribune has an endorsement.
Yep, we turned 1 today. (It's not too late to send a card.)
A few of the sights and sounds from Saturday's satellite Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, which attracted 5,000 to 6,000 people to the Capitol building in Austin.
Your afternoon reading: one more poll, more voter fraud drama and late money for DFW Republicans
No campaign postmortem will be complete without noting the huge role played by Barack Obama in the 2010 governor's race.
Ah, that unmistakable pre-Election Day buzz.
For the first installment of our non-scientific survey of political and policy insiders on issues of the moment, we asked two questions: "Which candidate do you think will win the race for governor?" and "Who are you voting for?" We also gave them a chance to explain — and, boy, did they.