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Today in Texas History - December 14

From the Annals of the Capital City –  In 1840, Moses Johnson was elected mayor of Austin.  Johnson, a medical doctor, had moved to Texas in the late 1830s.  93 more words

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Texas Democrats Approve 6 Ballot Referenda For Public Vote

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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) — The Texas Democratic Executive Committee of the Texas Democratic Party approved six ballot referenda for public vote during the March 1, 2016, Democratic Primary. 319 more words

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Texas GOP Rejects Proposed Secession Ballot Initiative

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AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Republican Party has rejected a proposed, non-binding ballot initiative that would have let its 2016 primary voters mull secession. 126 more words

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Today in Texas History - September 16

From the Annals of the Democratic Party – In 1922, the “Independent Democrats” met in Dallas to select Houston attorney George Peddy as a candidate for the United States Senate. 157 more words

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Texas Democrats Scrapping 'Two-Step' Presidential Primary

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas’ Democratic presidential primary is set to shift to allocating delegates based solely on voting results, after national party leaders rejected the state’s traditional “Two-Step” method that had also included post-election caucuses. 272 more words

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What's next for Texas Democrats?

A day after the 2014 election, when Democrats all across this country suffered what could generously be described as a shellacking, this publication ran a cover article with the headline “ 948 more words

New Republic: Opinion: John B. Judis: Democrats Hope Battleground Texas Can Turn the State Blue: How Democrats Could Win in Texas


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New Republic: Opinion: John B. Judis: Democrats Hope Battleground Texas Can Turn Texas Blue

Do I think Wendy Davis will be elected Governor of Texas next Tuesday or anytime soon? 620 more words

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