A GOP Retreat in Texas’ 17th District? Er, Not Quite.
Down in Dallas . . .
The Republican Party has scrapped plans for a costly last-minute TV blitz on behalf of congressional nominee Bill Flores.
Democrats said the move signals that Republicans are giving up hope of unseating Rep. Chet Edwards. But Flores …
Twilight of the Red-District Democrats
If Chet Edwards is trailing in Texas, then a whole bunch of incumbent House Democrats in traditionally red districts are probably going down.
And you know who is now saying that Chet Edwards is trailing?
U.S. Rep. …
In Texas, GOP’s Flores Leads Chet Edwards, 55-36!
These House polls have me gasping, “Whoa!” more often than Keanu Reeves:
A new OnMessage Inc. poll conducted for Republican Bill Flores’ campaign shows him ahead of Rep. Chet Edwards (D), 55 percent to 36 percent. The poll of 400 likely voters …
Texas Democrat Chet Edwards Trails GOP Challenger, 53%–41%
My assessment of Chet Edwards in my list of 99:
Chet Edwards, Texas: Edwards, one of the first politicians to encounter angry crowds at his town-hall meetings, voted against the health-care bill. Edwards is a survivor, but this is the most …
I am told by a reliable source that the DCCC has canceled one week’s worth of ad purchases aimed at Texas’s 17th congressional district.
Good night, Chet, as in Chet Edwards.
This source also says the DCCC has …
NRCC Keeps Bringing Up Nancy Pelosi, the Typhoid Mary of Blue Dog Democrats
It appears that the difference between a good year for the NRCC and a great year is how many House Democrats become defined by their relationship and loyalty to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Thus, with President Obama, Harry Reid and …
Bill Flores: Do You Agree With Your Congressman About Obama’s ‘Solid Judgment’?
A lot of House Republicans are running against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but Bill Flores, the Republican running against Chet Edwards in Texas’s 17th congressional district, has no problem invoking the president directly, as seen in this billboard: