On their first episode, Madalyn Shircliff and Dean Straka are joined by Grant McGalliard to discus current political events.
A Google search may be able to simply the voter registration, especially for those going through the process for the first time.
Even the Libertarians seem to be off-script this election.
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson has come out in support of mandatory vaccines and a tax on carbon emissions.
Austin proved itself still weird earlier this week when Donald Trump dropped in for a rally and live interview.
Trump’s time in Austin started with an interview by Fox News host Sean Hannity, then a private fundraiser and the big event: a rally downtown.
Donald Trump’s stop in Fort Worth Tuesday to pick up some campaign cash wasn’t met with vocal opposition.
The only demonstrator of note was a Trump supporter who said he stripped down to a Texas flag swimsuit to show his opposition to abortion.
Trump’s Texas tour included a stop at the City Club in downtown Fort Worth, before continuing to Austin for a fundraiser, a rally and an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
The Fort Worth event included round-table discussions, a luncheon and a photo op with “The Donald.” The fundraiser began at 11 a.m. His motorcade was on the road again by 1:15 p.m.
Mansfield resident and minister Rives Grogan, who stripped down to a swimsuit, said his support for Trump was a decision largely guided by his strong anti-abortion views.
“Over 50 million have been murdered through abortion in America, and Hillary Clinton has no plans to stop abortion,” Grogan. “Donald Trump wants to appoint conservative justices to bring an end to abortion.”
Donald Trump stopped in Fort Worth Tuesday morning before heading to Austin.
The billionaire, who’s also planning to be interviewed by Fox News personality Sean Hannity while in Austin, is looking for campaign cash, not votes.
For yet another time this year, Donald Trump will be making an appearance in Cowtown.
The Republican presidential nominee is set to have a private fundraiser Tuesday morning at the City Club in downtown Fort Worth ahead of his public rally in Austin that is scheduled for Tuesday night. Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is also expected to be in attendance at the event.
It will be the second time that Trump has made a stop in Fort Worth and the third time he has visited North Texas along the campaign trail this year. Trump hosted a public rally packed with his supporters at the Fort Worth Convention Center on February 26, just ahead of the Texas primary election. It was announced during the rally that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was in attendance, had endorsed Trump in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.