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In his latest television ad, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White says there's a "for sale sign in Austin."
In a new ad, state Rep. Diana Maldonado, D-Round Rock, features testimonials playing up her leadership on business and education issues.
Austin Democratic state Rep. Mark Strama released a campaign ad on Wednesday calling for a focus on renewable energy.
How does Republican Patrick McGuiness jab state Rep. Mark Strama, D-Austin, in his latest TV ad? Hint: He rhymes Strama with Obama.
Gov. Rick Perry has released a new television ad, "Right Track," that argues Texas is, well, on the right track.
The Democratic Governors Association released its second ad attacking Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday.
A new ad from the Chet Edwards campaign spotlights a recent Dallas Morning News article that revealed his Republican opponent, Bill Flores, failed to repay $7.5 million he received from the federal government to rescue his company from a bankruptcy.
The latest ad from U.S. Rep. Ciro Rodriguez, D-San Antonio, attacks his Republican opponent's past business dealings.
A new ad from U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards, D-Waco, goes after Republican Bill Flores' plan to privatize VA health care.
The latest ad from the Bill Flores campaign links difficult economic times to U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards' support of Nancy Pelosi.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, concerned more this cycle about keeping incumbents in office than winning new seats, is honoring its promise to make its presence felt in CD-23, hitting GOP challenger Francisco "Quico" Canseco as he attempts to oust U.S. Rep. Ciro Rodriguez, D-San Antonio.