State of Texas Elections
AUSTIN (KXAN) – In this week’s edition of State of Texas: In-Depth, our political team takes a look at the results from the November 4 election and what the outcome means for Texans.
Our political round table this week included Bob Garrett from the Dallas Morning News and Ben Philpott from KUT. They discuss what’s next for Democrats following the Republican sweep in Texas. Plus, what’s next for the latest Bush to hold a statewide office.
Voters also approved a new plan to fund construction on Texas roads. Scott Haywood with Move Texas Forward joins us to offer insight on what this vote means for development and why his organization says more money is needed for roads.
You can watch State of Texas: In-Depth every Sunday morning at 8:30 before Meet the Press.
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