Sugar Land, TX – After TX-22 Republican candidate Troy Nehls claimed “special interests know I won’t sell out and take orders from them in Congress,” national security expert
Sugar Land, TX — Today, Sri Preston Kulkarni, Democratic nominee in Texas’ 22nd Congressional District, issued the following statement in response to Kathaleen Wall’s most recent campaign
Republican retirements from the House have given Democrats hope of expanding their gains next year in Texas, where changing demographics in suburbs have reshaped the electorate in some districts.
Sri Preston Kulkarni has just moved into his campaign headquarters, which for now could hardly be more bland: a faceless office with blinds on the windows in a tucked-away suburban Houston business park.
Democrats have talked for several election cycles of turning this deep-red state blue, but following 2018 gains and a series of Republican congressional retirements, the party sees 2020 as its best opportunity in a generation to win at the federal and state levels.
Nearly 700 miles from the El Paso Walmart where the suspect in the killing of 22 people on Saturday denounced a “Hispanic invasion,” Rish Oberoi, a candidate for state representative, gestured toward a bustling dining room in a popular Vietnamese restaurant and marveled at the diversity of this Houston suburb.
Rep. Pete Olson of Texas announced Thursday that he will not run for reelection, becoming the fifth House Republican to decline to run in 2020.