This morning, a headline:
This morning, a headline:
Texas voted to send incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz back to Washington for a second six-year term on Tuesday, rejecting underdog Democratic U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke in an exceedingly close race. MSNBC called the race for Cruz at just past 10:14 p.m. ET, with ABC and CBS calling the race not long after.
HOUSTON—Ted Cruz spent the night before what he hoped would be his re-election at the Redneck Country Club, a sprawling watering hole and venue in southwest Houston.
Ted Cruz is doubling down on the “Dems paid the migrant caravan” theory this week, attempting to link his opponent Beto O’Rourke to the story through a bizarre Project Veritas sting, that, as usual, turned out to be bullshit.
This hasn’t been a great week for Iowa Rep. Steve King, the House of Representatives’ premier fascist and white supremacist. Polls indicate that his Democratic challenger, J.D. Scholten, is within striking distance of King in a district no Democrat has any business winning, and yesterday, the chair of the House…
Are you the blessed soul who created the Ted Cruz + “this man ate my son” meme? If you didn’t, do you know who did?? Please help us track down this hero by sending any intel to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m sorry, “Lyin’” Ted Cruz can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because he’s dead. In his place, however, I am pleased to introduce you to “Beautiful” Ted—a new and improved nickname unveiled on Monday afternoon by President Donald Trump, before he headed to Texas to campaign with his onetime rival.
“A whole new world.” Those words—a damn Aladdin quote—are how The Atlantic’s new, ultra-cushy profile of Heidi Cruz, wife of Sen. Ted Cruz, opens. The piece closes with the words, “dazzling places she never knew.” I am not kidding.
On Tuesday night, Congressman Beto O’Rourke and incumbent Senator Ted Cruz faced off in their second debate of the 2018 midterm elections, but it certainly felt like a warm-up to 2020.
Beto O’Rourke has raised an absolutely staggering amount of money lately—$38.1 million in the third quarter of the year alone—and he confirmed on Monday that he’s not planning to share the bounty with other candidates. Which is, of course, fine and normal, seeing as people donated it to his campaign.
Our friends at Deadspin tell us the Texas-Oklahoma University rivalry is one of the biggest in college sports. So for this episode of Divided, we traveled to the far-away land of midtown Manhattan to ask Texans viewing the game about another rivalry that’s heating up—the Senate race between Beto O’Rourke and incumbent…
Country music legend Willie Nelson unveiled a new political song called “Vote ‘Em Out” Saturday night while performing at an Austin rally for Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife were heckled out of an upscale Washington, D.C. restaurant Monday night by protesters demanding he withdraw support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in light of the accusations of sexual misconduct made against the judge.
Days after racist robocalls targeting gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum reached Florida voters, another attack on a candidate is spreading misinformation. In Texas, where the race between Senator Ted Cruz and challenger Beto O’Rourke remains close, O’Rourke’s supporters reported receiving suspicious text messages…
A GoFundMe campaign started by the organization USA Latinx, which The Hill calls “a political group focused on supporting Latinx candidates,” raised nearly $10,000 today to erect a “mobile billboard” that hopes to undermine Donald Trump’s endorsement of Texas Senator Ted Cruz ahead of the midterm elections. “President…
Democrat Beto O’Rourke is within one point of Ted Cruz in the Texas Senate race. Understandably, the state Republican Party is afraid that their big gelatinous boy will lose. Less understandably, the party has begun attacking O’Rourke by tweeting pictures of him from when he was younger and even hotter than he is now.
El Paso congressman Beto O’Rourke may have a chance to defeat incumbent scumbag Ted Cruz in Texas’ upcoming midterms. A new poll from NBC News/Marist found that O’Rourke’s support among registered voters is at 45 percent, while Cruz’ is at 49 percent. Six percent of voters responded that they are undecided.
The Republican Party has spent the several years trying its hardest to ruin the already terrible American healthcare system, and in the last year and a half, it has finally gotten its wish. Surprisingly, it seems like a lot of people aren’t cool with that!
The Trump administration’s family separation policy has backfired spectacularly, and unsurprisingly, w congressional Republicans are tripping over themselves to distance themselves from it.