I first walked into the Texas State Capitol in 1991, a young, eager intern ready to learn as much as I could and help make Texas the beacon of what good state government should be. Twenty-seven years later (can you believe it's been 27 years??), I'm happy with everything we have accomplished. I say "we" because as a
If most Texas House Republican primary runoffs split the party into two warring factions, voters on Tuesday clearly chose a side. Establishment Republicans backed by groups like the Associated Republicans of Texas fell on one side; on the other were Tea Party-aligned candidates funded generously by conservative groups like Empower Texansand the anti-abortion group Texas Right to Life. And the voters on
Texas House District 8 candidate Cody Harris, former Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples and Dr. Linda Timmerman conducted a district-wide Get Out The Vote tour Thursday, May 17. The Navarro County Rally included lunch at the Corsicana Country Club. Timmerman, one of Harris’ primary
A forum focused on business and economic issues largely revealed little daylight Wednesday between Texas House District 46 Democratic candidates Sheryl Cole and Jose “Chito” Vela. That daylight, though, shone brightly in their answers to the first question: How much
I wanted you to know first - Kenneth Sheets, the former representative for the 107th district, has officially endorsed my campaign.
“I’m honored to endorse Joe Ruzicka for House District 107,” Kenneth said. “As a fellow veteran, I know I can trust Joe to be the type of commonsense conservative leader we need in Austin. I know that you can trust him too.” Kenneth Sheets has served our country and Texas with distinction and
Trey Martinez Fischer announced recently he will make a bid to regain his old seat representing District 116 in the Texas Legislature. I think that’s a bad idea for San Antonio, and I submit that the current seat holder, Rep. Diana Arevalo, deserves a chance to keep her seat. Here’s why. Recently, I met Rep. Arevalo at the