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More than 80% of Texas Republicans believe baseless election fraud claims

More than 80% of Texas Republicans believe baseless election fraud claims

It's been almost three months since the 2020 presidential election, and a majority of Texas Republicans still believe there was widespread voter fraud.Former President Donald Trump repeatedly asserted baseless claims that widespread election fraud caused his loss to President Joe Biden, a claim he brought to court dozens of times. Several Texans in politics parroted these claims, including Sen. Ted Cruz, Attorney General Ken Paxton and Rep. Louie Gohmert.AFTER JAN. 6:A conducted among 1,329 Texans 18 and older from Jan. 12-20 found that 83 percent of Republicans in Texas strongly agree (66...

February 4, 2021
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Texas gubernatorial candidate posted photo of noose after Capitol riot

Texas gubernatorial candidate posted photo of noose after Capitol riot

A city councilman from East Texas who has declared candidacy for Texas governor shared a photo of a noose with a caption that seemingly encouraged more violence after the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol that left five people dead after a pro-Trump mob stormed the building.Martin Holsome, a city councilman representing the small town of Rusk, shared a photo of a noose on his social media accounts on Jan. 7 with the caption, "Starting in Washington, DC...," . Holsome is running as a Republican in the 2022 gubernatorial race in a bid to unseat Gov. Greg Abbott.AFTER THE ELECTION:Holsome also posted...

February 1, 2021
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Cruz brought back his 'Come and Take It' mask for the inauguration

Cruz brought back his 'Come and Take It' mask for the inauguration

Sen. Ted Cruz did wear a mask during the inauguration of President Joe Biden, and it bore a familiar phrase.The Texas senator wore a mask displaying the imagery of the , which was used during the Texas Revolution in the Battle of Gonzales.AFTER JAN. 6: The "Come and Take It" flag has become a symbol of defiance since then. Cruz previously used the "Come and Take It" imagery during the coronavirus pandemic.Cruz wore the same mask on Jan. 6 when he voted to object to Arizona and Pennsylvania's vote counts certifying the election of Biden.Hours earlier, a mob supporting former president Donald...

January 20, 2021
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Protesters leave coffins on Cruz's lawn, demand resignation

Protesters leave coffins on Cruz's lawn, demand resignation

A group of Houstonians brought their calls for Ted Cruz's resignation to the senator's doorstep.The "pallbearers for Cruz," a self-described group of anarchists unaffiliated with any specific organization, carried three coffins to Cruz's Houston home before placing them on the lawn.BEFORE INAUGURATION DAY:According to a statement, each coffin respectively represented those that died during the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, Cruz's career, and the Texas senator's call to reject electoral votes based on President Donald Trump's repeated disproven claims of widespread election fraud,...

January 19, 2021
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Texas woman who took private jet to 'storm the Capitol' has been charged

Texas woman who took private jet to 'storm the Capitol' has been charged

UPDATE: Jenna Ryan, the North Texas real estate agent who took a private plane to participate in the U.S. Capitol protest that evolved into a violent riot on Jan. 6, has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building without lawful authority and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds according to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.In a submitted Jan. 15, prosecutors said authorities recovered a deleted Facebook live video showing Ryan entering the Capitol building through the Rotunda entrance."We are going to f---ing go in here,"...

January 8, 2021
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Walmart wants to sell liquor in Texas. The Supreme Court said no.

Walmart wants to sell liquor in Texas. The Supreme Court said no.

Walmart still won't be allowed to sell alcohol in its Texas stores — for now. The U.S. Supreme Court denied a bid from the retail giant to start stocking liquor in the Lone Star State.Walmart Inc. argued that the 1995 state law banning liquor sales by publicly owned companies is discriminatory to out-of-state retailers, . The challenge will now go to a federal trial court, where Walmart will have to prove intentional discrimination.TEXAS' MOST EXCLUSIVE VODKA?:Texas is the only state that keeps publicly traded corporations from possessing liquor permits. Walmart says 98 percent of Texas...

November 23, 2020
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Texas county likely becomes first to surpass 2016 voter turnout in 2020

Texas county likely becomes first to surpass 2016 voter turnout in 2020

Voting records in Texas are continuing to be broken as early voting continues.A tweet from , an editor at the Cook Political Report and an NBC News contributor, gained traction over the weekend after pointing out that a county in Texas may have just been the first in the nation to surpass its 2016 turnout.ELECTION 2020:It happened: Hays Co., TX just became the first county in America - to my knowledge - to surpass its total 2016 turnout.Four years ago, it cast 72,164 total votes. With more than a week left, 73,277 people there have already early voted.— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict)Hays...

October 26, 2020
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Texas has had the biggest early voting turnout so far in the U.S.

Texas has had the biggest early voting turnout so far in the U.S.

With more than 4 million votes counted as of Sunday, Texas is leading the pack when it comes to early voting.that more than 4 million Texans have voted in the 2020 general election through absentee ballots or in-person early voting in less than a week. In the 2016 general election, nearly 9 million total votes were counted, meaning Texas is catching up quickly to last election's totals.ELECTION 2020:California has counted 3 million ballots, and Florida has seen 2.5 million people vote.Harris County has already broken records for voter turnout, seeing four straight days of over 100,000 votes...

October 19, 2020
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Trump may have a 'great smile,' but it didn't sway this woman's vote

Trump may have a 'great smile,' but it didn't sway this woman's vote

In lieu of a presidential debate, both President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden hosted separate town halls last night.Trump met an admirer at his town hall in Miami, but it wasn't admiration for his politics.Registered Republican and former Miami Dade College professor Paulette Dale took the mic to ask a question about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), but first paid the president a compliment, telling Trump, "You're so handsome when you smile."ELECTION 2020: “You're so handsome when you smile.” — Vince Coglianese (@VinceCoglianese)But don't mistake her being...

October 16, 2020
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Actor James Van Der Beek has officially relocated to Texas from Los Angeles

Actor James Van Der Beek has officially relocated to Texas from Los Angeles

We've gained another celebrity Texan.James Van Der Beek and his family are relocating to the Lone Star State from Los Angeles, the actor wrote on Instagram in a series of posts documenting the journey east.The family arrived today after a 10-day road trip, though Van Der Beek hasn't said which part of Texas will host them.HAPPY HALLOWEEN: In his first post after arriving in Texas, Van Der Beek recounted the emotional past few months his family has faced."In the last ten months, we’ve had two late-term pregnancy losses, each of which put (wife Kimberly Van Der Beek) in the hospital, we spent...

October 13, 2020
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