Sen. Cruz on Fox News: The American People – Not The Media – Get To Elect Our President

Senator Ted Cruz

Discusses importance of allowing legal process to play out with Maria Bartiromo on ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and former member of the legal defense team for President George W. Bush in Bush v. Gore – today appeared on Fox News’s ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ to discuss the need to allow the legal process to move forward to ensure a fair and transparent election result. He also […]

Statement from Harris County Judge Hidalgo on Federal Court Decision on Drive-Thru Voting

Today, Harris County Judge Hidalgo released the following statement regarding the decision by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas on drive-thru voting: “Safe, secure, and fair elections are the backbone of our democracy. Today’s decision validates what we have been saying all along: Drive thru voting is safe, secure, legal, and a common sense way for voters to cast their ballots during a pandemic. It is beyond comprehension that anyone would […]

AG Paxton Statement on Project Veritas Uncovering Organized Election Fraud in Bexar County, Texas

Ken Paxton

Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the organized election fraud scheme exposed in today’s Project Veritas video is already under review by investigators from his Election Fraud Unit. “What’s shown in the video is shocking and should alarm all Texans who care about election integrity. We are aggressively investigating the serious allegations and potential crimes that Project Veritas’s documentary audio and video recordings shed light on today. My office is fiercely committed to ensuring that the voting […]

Senators Introduce Constitutional & Legislative Proposals To Prevent Democrats from Packing the Supreme Court

Efforts include ‘Keep Nine’ constitutional amendment and legislation to prevent Democrats from packing the Supreme Court As Democrats plan to pack the Supreme Court with liberal judicial activists if they win the election, U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.), and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R- Miss.) today introduced two proposals to maintain the number of justices on the bench, preserve the integrity and independence of the Supreme Court, and protect Americans’ constitutional liberties. The first […]

Sen. Cruz to Big Tech: Censorship of Report on Biden-Burisma Meeting is Obvious and Transparent Attempt to Influence Upcoming Election

Calls on Twitter and Facebook to immediately provide answers behind censorship of New York Post report Following Twitter and Facebook’s censorship of a New York Post story on a meeting between Hunter Biden, then-Vice President Joe Biden, and an adviser to the board of Burisma, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), chairman of the Subcommittee on The Constitution, today sent two letters – one to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and one to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg – requesting information behind the Big Tech giants’ decision […]

Fifth Circuit Grants Stay Halting District Court Order, Secures Ballot Hand-Delivery Locations

Attorney General Ken Paxton gave this statement after the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay, blocking a district court order that purported to override Governor Greg Abbott’s proclamation regarding mail-in ballot drop-off locations: “I commend the Fifth Circuit for staying this unlawful injunction and continuing to protect the integrity of Texas elections. My office will continue to defend the security of our democratic process and combat voter fraud.” Read a copy of […]

Meet the Katy ISD School Board Candidates: Leah Wilson

Leah Wilson (photo courtesy Leah Wilson)

By George Slaughter Leah Wilson, a retired U.S. Air Force veteran, is seeking her first term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees. She is seeking position 4 on the board. Incumbent Courtney Doyle is not seeking reelection. Wilson is facing Michael Dillard, a human resources executive. 1. Why do you want this job? There are three things about which I am passionate: children, education and our community. I have seen academic successes and […]

Meet the Katy ISD School Board Candidates: Michael Dillard

Michael Dillard (Michael Dillard photo)

By George Slaughter Michael Dillard, a human resources executive, is seeking his first term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees. He is seeking position 4 on the board. Incumbent Courtney Doyle is not seeking reelection. Dillard is facing Leah Wilson, a retired U.S. Air Force veteran. 1. Why do you want this job? I want to serve Katy ISD because I have a unique skill set (teaching and human resources background) that […]

Meet the Katy City Council Candidates: Steve Pierson

By George Slaughter Steve Pierson, a former city council member, is seeking a seat on the Katy City Council. He is seeking the Ward B seat presently held by incumbent Durran Dowdle. Pierson held the other Ward B council member from 2001-2007 before stepping down due to term limits. He served in the at-large role from 2012-2018, again stepping down to term limits. Last year, Pierson attempted a comeback last year for that seat, but […]

Meet the Katy City Council Candidates: Durran Dowdle

Durran Dowdle (City of Katy photo)

By George Slaughter Durran Dowdle, a project manager, is seeking his fourth term on the Katy City Council for Ward B. When he was first elected in 2014, the Katy City Charter provided that a mayor or council member could serve up to three consecutive two-year terms. Dowdle was reelected to two-year terms in 2016 and 2018. Katy voters approved a change to the charter, which became effective in January, that extended a term of […]