On the Roundtable, Ross Ramsey, Bud Kennedy, & Berna Dean Steptoe, WFAA’s political producer, joined host Jason Whitely to give their political predictions for 2020.
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Live updates: Elected officials blame rush to reopen as coronavirus cases hit record for 27th day
Alarming indicators continued to mount over the Fourth of July weekend, with the rolling seven-day average for daily new cases hitting a record high for the 27th day in a row on Sunday.
Contingency upends election predictions
Whim. Chance. Contingency. Randomness. Call it what you will, but this type of unexpected phenomena drives U.S. political history just as much as the decisions by candidates and their teams, and in ...
The Daily 202: Trump is running a negative campaign. For his own reelection.
That's the dark vision of America that Trump described during Fourth of July celebrations this weekend; first Friday night at Mount Rushmore and then on Independence Day itself Saturday at the White ...
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott needs your help to beat the coronavirus: Wear a mask
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages in Texas and much of the nation, President Donald Trump says he hopes the virus will simply vanish. That would be ideal ...
POLITICO Playbook: The last dash before the election
Her resume includes working for 2018 Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum’s successful primary campaign.” POLITICO TRUMP’S MONDAY -- The president will meet with Secretary of State ...
Inside Texas Politics: Austin mayor says based on current COVID-19 trajectory, city could run out of hospital beds in 2 weeks
The Austin mayor said his city is dealing with the same situation Dallas, Houston and San Antonio are facing -- rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
'We need to live with it': White House readies new message for the nation on coronavirus
The effort to craft a clearer response comes after months of Trump downplaying the health crisis and mixed signals from the administration.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's statewide mask mandate exempts voting sites and churches
As for the voting exemption in his mask order, Abbott says it was designed to make sure Texans do not lose their right to vote "simply because they don't have a mask." ...
More at stake than 1 Senate seat in Texas election
More is riding on this year's election for the U.S. Senate than who will make up one-half of Texas' clout in the upper chamber of Congress for the next ...
Face shields, gloves, wipes: Texas votes as virus rages
As coronavirus cases skyrocket in Texas, Regina Greenwell showed up to vote Monday bent on minimizing the risks. She wore a mask, which are not required in Texas, where the number of COVID-19 ...
Covid-19 and the Uncertainty of Election 2020
This coming Friday is July 3, meaning it’s exactly four months until Election Day 2020. Will Covid-19 still be with us, or a distant memory? We just don’t know. Will the economy bounce back, or tank ...
Inside Texas Politics: Will Democrats, Republicans agree on police reform legislation?
Democrats and Republicans are working on police reform policy after nationwide protests have demanded change after the death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody. House Democrats laid ...