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AUSTIN, Texas - Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst has a lengthy incumbency, a personal fortune, a conservative record and friendships with the rich and powerful. But he may lack the one thing he needs most to save his political career: the love of the Republican primary voter.
AUSTIN, Texas - When not overseeing tax laws in the Texas Legislature, Harvey Hilderbran counsels businesses on how to become more profitable - a job combination he says makes him uniquely qualified to be the state's next chief financial officer.
GEORGETOWN, Texas - Long known as a powerful but pragmatic veteran of the state Legislature, Rep. Dan Branch insists he's not running to his right in hopes of prevailing in the cut-throat, three-Republican race for Texas attorney general.
SAN ANTONIO - A candidate for the Texas House wants to see the state offer up a new kind of roadside dining.
AUSTIN, Texas - As a top Republican lawmaker made her case Thursday that women's health programs in Texas remain effective after the Legislature banned the use of state funding for groups such as Planned Parenthood, critics blasted the GOP majority as placing ideology over best health care practices and leaving women with few choices for routine care.
AUSTIN, Texas - A Lebanon-born Texas Democrat running for U.S. Senate said Wednesday he was part of once-secret negotiations in Afghanistan, trying to persuade the Taliban to turn over Osama bin Laden before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
AUSTIN, Texas - The three Republicans vying to become Texas' next attorney general all promised Wednesday to continue suing the federal government constantly - emulating the office's current occupant, Greg Abbott, and his 30-plus lawsuits against what he calls Washington's overreach.