In Travis County, 83,510 votes were cast, which amounts to 11.36 percent of registered voters. When broken down by party, 62,152 Democrats voted compared to 21,349 Republicans.
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Former Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez on Tuesday cruised into a Democratic runoff for governor against Houston investor Andrew White. LBJ Professor Sherri Greenberg weighs in.
Texas voters set new records for early voting during midterm elections, and most of that surge was powered by people who voted in the Democratic primary.
LBJ School's 21st Annual Barbara Jordan National Forum Celebrates Perseverance, Resolve in Public Service
The LBJ School of Public Affairs celebrated the 21st annual Barbara Jordan National Forum February 19–23, paying tribute to the former congresswoman’s life and legacy through student-led programming focused on social justice issues.
The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin will pay tribute to the life and legacy of former congresswoman, distinguished public servant and teacher Barbara Jordan during the 21st annual Barbara Jordan National Forum (BJNF), February 19 – 23.
Tuesday evening President Trump delivered his first State of the Union address. Here, faculty from the LBJ School share their reactions.
LBJ Students Conduct, Present Research on Congress Use of Social Media as Part of Policy Research Project
As part of a 2016-17 Policy Research Project (PRP), a group of LBJ School students led by Professor Sherri Greenberg worked to analyze social media platform usage of Members of Congress.
PanelPicker is the official SXSW user-generated session proposal platform, and the LBJ School has two panels up for vote! Amplify the LBJ School’s SXSW presence and vote during PanelPicker Community Voting from August 7 – August 25.
LBJ Professor Sherri Greenberg discusses the potential economic repercussions of Senate Bill 4.
There’s just over a week to go in the legislative session. But state lawmakers learned that they may have to spend a little more time in Austin than they expected. On Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick promised to push lawmakers toward a special session unless House members approve two controversial bills. LBJ Professor and former state representative Sherri Greenberg weighs in.
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