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In these last few days, no news is good news if you're Rick Perry.
Your afternoon reading: State Sen. Dan Patrick to form a Tea Party caucus, and border violence claims another U.S. citizen
Is the state's hottest down-ballot race already over?
Your afternoon reading: Kino Flores found guilty, Nancy Pelosi wagers on the World Series with Joe Barton, and Barack Obama calls into a Dallas radio show
In the run-up to the big day, money's flowing. But does it matter?
Your afternoon reading: more trouble for Sharon Keller, Paul Burka on vulnerable Democrats, and Stephen Broden on those "violent overthrow" comments
A week out from Election Day, things — not surprisingly — aren't quieting down.
Your afternoon reading: Chet Edwards and Bill Flores spar over Social Security, Tea Party group to turn over records to Democrats and Rick Perry targets Bill White over a police officer's death
Gov. Rick Perry has reached that magic number in the latest Texas Tribune/University of Texas poll.
Your afternoon reading: new polling, some good news on the economic front, and Joe Barton feels compelled to enter the NPR firing fray
With one week down and one to go for early voting, something's amiss in Harris County.
Your afternoon reading: "outright voter suppression," high hopes for Chet Edwards and bad news for Democrats in Harris County
With Election Day quickly approaching, money's talking — quietly.
Your afternoon reading.