Political things first: Houston and Austin have to take seats on the city council, and these special elections are within reach.
Click here for everything you need to know about voting and information about your SEVEN candidates running in Austin 4:
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– Cari Marshall (@CariMarshallTX) January 10, 2022
Candidates running for West Houston in the city council’s special elections this month are targeting floods and crime as they campaign for a seat. https://t.co/TgH9gkchp5
– Houston Chronicle (@HoustonChron) January 9, 2022
Many Democratic supporters are rushing to the Blue team for spring.
Gulf Coast AFL-CIO Announces Historic Early Acknowledgments in Key Harris County Races from Texas Gulf Coast Labor Federation AFL-CIO https://t.co/ETSztVbK1I
– Linda Morales (@laboruniongal) January 11, 2022
“Historically”? Okay, anything. Kuff published the interviews of the primary campaign D so far.
– Shell_Seas (@LivingBlueTX) January 10, 2022
Most people depreciate Texas because they think it’s the “Red State.”
It’s time to start paying attention to the running Texas women to change that!
We have 48 days until the primary to help with the organization and help us win.
– Sema (@_SemaHernandez_) January 11, 2022
Say hello to the first one @TexasTribuneMany guides to the elections in 2022 …
An accessible list of over 800 people to vote across the country and a tool to find out who is on the ballot where you live! https://t.co/Kwd1b6J0Vl
– darlacameron (@darlacameron) January 7, 2022
With some consideration of the side issues affecting the Democrats’ prospects, Michael Li explains why the discourse on how the Donks “won” the redistribution is much lacking. Rick Casey predicts the future after the ongoing electoral fraud in 2020. A Steve Vladeck notes that the SCOTUS vaccination mandate cases are in fact about the future power of the federal authorities to regulate … anything.
Here’s something I didn’t see coming: Texas Tribune finds in this tweet TXGOP “two-way access” about standing in line.
The Meme, released by the Texas government on Friday, provoked anger from the left, dizziness from the right, and became the most watched post on Twitter that day.
Internet propaganda and misinformation experts say that’s exactly what was intended. https://t.co/M8HrWQgYU5
– Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) January 10, 2022
“own libs” really the same as obstructive
democracy oligarchy / plutocracy? According to the most prominent political source of the state, this is probably the case on social networks. I am sure Evan Smith and Ross Ramsey They’ve been enduring a lot of fire from Republicans in command lately, being accused of librarian bias, and so on, so it’s important that they find an angle that will allow them to calm the lunatic whenever they can.
This is my transition to ‘Republicans behaving badly’.
The owner of a salon in Dallas recently wrote on Twitter: “Chinese students should be banned from attending all universities in Texas” https://t.co/xp6H8LlwWV
– Fort Worth Star-Telegram (@startelegram) January 7, 2022
Luther does not understand difference between Chinese students and the Chinese government. I am charitable; he is obviously bigoted. She was thoroughly convicted – albeit by only one brave Republican – and should lose and return to hairdressing after March 1st.
Who signs a brutal, cruel, immoral attack on #txed teachers?
Wilks Bros of Cisco, Tim Dunn of Midland, @mayes_middleton et. al.
Who takes this money? Read below.
In fact, read them all. Single. Syllable according to @cjtackett
– Pastors for kids (@ pastors4txkids) January 9, 2022
Texas teachers could easily roll the November Democrat election, but they failed to unite their committee, just like any other left-wing section in Texas. I doubt that the mid-term elections with a deeply unpopular democratic president will change history.
This fish survey is a political survey full of questions about FWISD and public schools in general, then it asks you for your name to match public records. Don’t react pic.twitter.com/89ANT50lyi
– Bud Kennedy / #ReadLocal (@BudKennedy) January 9, 2022
New @jsmccullou: The TX sheriff is being investigated on allegations that his department confiscated cash from undocumented migrants before handing it over to ICE without initiating forfeiture proceedings, even if the migrants were not charged with a state crime. https://t.co/jsqbd1ksp5
– Matthew Watkins (@MWatkinsTrib) January 10, 2022
– Emily Ramshaw (@eramshaw) January 7, 2022
Pretty clip over @James_E_White campaign that ostensibly shows that Mill Miller denies that his consultant was accused of a cannabis licensing scheme (He was) https://t.co/tzGDLAS99m
– Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) January 7, 2022
We reached Governor Fish Lips part of this segment.
During the first three months after Texas enacted a ban on abortion, 3079 rapes were reported across the state, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. @GregAbbott_TX https://t.co/laD137Yvug
– Kimberley Johnson (@AutorKimberley) January 9, 2022
– Scott Braddock (@scottbraddock) January 8, 2022
The misbehavior of the Texas Democrats cannot be ignored.
What in the world?!?
Harris County O Kim Kim Ogg Seeks Funding for “Criminal Travelers / Gypsies” Training
– Bob Libal (@blibal) January 4, 2022
Ogg is bad news; is from the beginning. (You may not be able to view this item due to privacy settings; here’s what it applies to.)
I have too many posts about COVID – everyone who is not dead knows it’s the main story – so I’ll keep them for later. Here is the latest news on cannabis.
BREAKING: Weed is voting in Austin!
The City Clerk has just passed our Austin Freedom Act for voting in May 2022. We will be voting to decriminalize marijuana and ban “do not knock” orders.
Click below for details. And please share the news! https://t.co/bH3xrnh4xN
– GroundGameTX (@GroundGameTX) January 10, 2022
Directing @ dispensing:
Budtender: “Sir, can you put on a mask, please?”
Mr.: “Sure, I’m sorry.” I’m from Texas – we don’t have all these regulations down there. We have freedom in Texas. “
Budtender: “Isn’t grass in Texas a crime?”
– Chris Becker 🐝 (@chris_honeybee) January 8, 2022
State Climatologist: Texas has the warmest December in history, helped by climate change. https://t.co/RIWiNXMueg pic.twitter.com/yYsCR2UTVw
– Weather KXAN (@KXAN_Weather) January 9, 2022
There is something important to note about this, @MitchellFerman When gas cannot enter the supply chain due to freezing weather, it pressurizes the equipment and fires into the air. I’ve been watching it for years. https://t.co/kPHlLbeNCKhttps://t.co/Y2T3jGHks6
– Methane Hunter (@TXsharon) January 6, 2022
And a few things of social justice.
The child, who was handed over to American troops during the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, has finally reunited with his family, which ended up in a refugee camp in Fort Bliss. https://t.co/t8OUcfUhR3
– El Paso Times (@elpasotimes) January 9, 2022
Thanks a lot to everyone who joined and helped Laura Atlas Kravitz after the fire this weekend@mckedsfor the establishment of this collection. Laura has a difficult journey ahead of her and everything you give or have already given is a huge help #txlege https://t.co/i76ayB6WpI
– Scott Braddock (@scottbraddock) January 10, 2022
Forrest Whitaker I ask you not to confuse Texas rock art.
Some good people died; also some bad people.
Glasstire velebil Ann Harithas, artist, curator and co-founder of the Houston Art Car Museum.
Looking back on Bob Saget, we look back on one of the most prolific television fathers of our generation. https://t.co/WEximxOQ9q pic.twitter.com/O2d5VCL4KN
– E! News (@enews) January 10, 2022
#BREAKING: Robert Durst, heir to the estate associated with the deaths of friends, relatives and a neighbor from Galveston, died at the age of 78. In September 2021, he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his girlfriend Susan Berman. @ KPRC2 years covered by Durst: https://t.co/wHdS47buA0 #hounews
– Aaron Fernandez-Wische (@ KPRC2Aaron) January 10, 2022
300 blocks Main Street in Houston, 1866. Less than 30 years after the city’s founding and one of the oldest photos I’ve tweeted. pic.twitter.com/3yicbti2q5
– Footprints of Texas (@TracesofTexas) January 9, 2022