Here’s an updated list of the declared 2012 Texas senate candidate’s websites, along with any subsidiary pages that change frequently (in-the-news, press releases, etc.), along with their Facebook pages, Twitter feeds, and FEC fundraising report pages, plus any additional pages worth noting. (For example, Tom Leppert’s website provides links to his LinkedIn page, and his YouTube and Flickr streams, so I have included those here.) I’ve also tried to be flexible; Ted Cruz doesn’t have links for separate YouTube or Flickr sites, so I’ve included similar pages on his campaign page.
Consider this a one-stop research stop for
lazy efficient journalists and bloggers (as well as a handy cheat-cheat for myself, since I’ve been doing extensive coverage of the race).
Where candidates have sign-up splash screens, I have omitted those to go straight to the website (or, for Facebook links, their wall).
Websites for 2012 Republican Senate Runoff Candidates
Websites for 2012 Democratic Senate Runoff Candidates
Websites for 2012 Republican Senate Candidates Who Missed the Runoff
Dr. Joe Agris
No website yet.
Declared Republican candidates who have dropped out of the race:
Websites for 2012 Democratic Senate Candidates Who Missed the Runoff
Addie D. Allen (AKA Addie Dainell Allen)
Declared Democratic candidates who have dropped out of the race:
Democratic candidates whose names briefly appeared on the offical list of Texas Democratic Senate candidates, but which have since been removed, with no explanation given:
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