Here are the full results on the Republican and Democratic sides.
Here are some random post-primary race tidbits. I’ll probably have a separate post about the mysterious Grady Yarbrough coming up in a day or two.
Last night was really two polls, and Cruz is only 3% behind in the most recent one.
The extraordinary nature of the runoff.
Cruz wants five debates with Dewhurst.
Paul Sadler wants in on that action as well. Whoa, dude. You better worry about slowing that Grady Yarbrough juggernaut first…
FreedomWorks is thrilled with Cruz’s showing.
At the bottom of this story, you can vote on whether Dewhurst’s last-minute amnesty smear was racist or not. Over 83% are currently voting yes.
Craig James issues a gracious, classy concession statement.
Speaking of James: Well, this isn’t very nice…
Even Paul Burka has has wised-up to fake Dewhurst internal polls. “Well, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twenty times, shame on me. The Dewhurst campaign has made too many claims about why a Dewhurst victory was inevitable without backing them up. The only poll that matters is the one that will be taken on July 31.”
Speaking of polls, both PPP and UT/TT polls were in the ballpark for the Republican race, but horribly off for the Democratic side. Any ideas why?
Sean Hubbard endorses Paul Sadler.