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Your afternoon reading: further Republican gains, speaker's race drama and Rick Perry on The Daily Show
Texas Republicans will long remember the 2nd of November.
Your afternoon reading: delays at polling places in Collin County and more Election Day voter fraud worries
The big day's here, and the Tribune has an endorsement.
Your afternoon reading: one more poll, more voter fraud drama and late money for DFW Republicans
Ah, that unmistakable pre-Election Day buzz.
Your afternoon reading: more voter fraud drama; plus, early voting — it may not be helping turnout
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.