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2024 Texas Elections

Gun rights YouTuber Brandon Herrera gains momentum in race against U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales

Gonzales is taking heat from the right for his vote in support of the bipartisan gun safety bill passed after the Uvalde school shooting.

Brandon Herrera, Republican candidate for the US House for Texas’ 23rd congressional district, speaks during a campaign event at the Angry Elephant, a politically themed bar, March 14, 2024 in San Antonio.

U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-San Antonio, gives an interview in his office at Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. on April 28, 2023. Gonzales is a member of the House Appropriations Committees.

The edgelord

Brandon Herrera, Republican candidate for the US House for Texas’ 23rd congressional district, signs magazine covers of himself that Brandon Holloway and his daughter Wilder brought during a campaign event at the Angry Elephant, a politically themed bar, March 14, 2024 in San Antonio.
A campaign sticker for Brandon Herrera, Republican candidate for the US House for Texas’ 23rd congressional district, is seen at a campaign event at the Angry Elephant, a politically themed bar, March 14, 2024 in San Antonio.

Getting into a gun fight

Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz and Brandon Herrera, Republican candidate for the US House for Texas’ 23rd congressional district, speak a campaign event at the Angry Elephant, a politically themed bar, March 14, 2024 in San Antonio.
Supporters of Brandon Herrera, Republican candidate for the US House for Texas’ 23rd congressional district, bow their heads in prayer during a campaign event at the Angry Elephant, a politically themed bar, March 14, 2024 in San Antonio.

To Tony’s rescue

Voting FAQ: 2024 Elections

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