is a reporting fellow for the Texas Tribune. Previously, Kirby worked as a politics reporter for the Tampa Bay Times, his hometown paper, and as a staff writer for the Duke Chronicle. He graduated from Duke in the spring of 2017 with an English degree and alarming levels of debt.
Many Texans have not made up their mind about which 2016 presidential candidate is getting their vote. What more information could they be waiting for? To many undecided voters in Texas, that question misses the point.
Six months ago when properly licensed Texans began openly carrying handguns, anti-gun activists and Second Amendment backers were sharply divided over what to expect. So far, gun owners seem to have the most complaints.