March 13, 2018

TX Progressives offer a post-primary roundup

The Texas Progressive Alliance congratulates the winners of last week's primaries and thanks those who did not win for their dedication as it brings you this week's roundup.

Socratic Gadfly has his set of post-primary and pre-runoff thoughts, primarily on the Senate and Governor's races.

Neil at All People Have Value offered his thoughts on the recent Texas primary with a focus on Harris County.

Stace responds to Dems and media alike regarding Beto's South Texas performance.

Brains and Eggs wraps his multi-part take on primary elections with a look at some state legislative races.

Stephen Young at the Dallas Observer things the biggest election in Texas will be next January — for Joe Straus’ replacement as state Speaker.

Jobsanger remains Bernie-butthurt and is sad that Elizabeth Warren truly might not run, to stop another feared-by-him Bernie catastrophe.


And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

G. Elliott Morris looked for predictive data in the early voting numbers.

Grits for Breakfast assessed the criminal justice-related primary races of interest.

Paradise in Hell is glad to see the end of Kathaleen Wall's campaign.

Juanita finds her next job.

Alex Macon bemoans our state's bad transportation policy.

Truthout reports (near bottom of piece) the Texas Democratic Party allegedly accusing Sema Hernandez of laundering drug money.

G. Elliott Morris reports on the atrocity to defendants of state District Judge George Gallagher.

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