Tom DeLay's file:

Republican from Texas

Tom DeLay, a former members of the U.S. House and Texas House, is a former House majority leader. He resigned his seat in June 2006. In 2010, a Travis County jury convicted him of laundering corporate donations to help Texas House candidates in 2002. A judge later sentenced DeLay to three years in prison. His lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, said the conviction would be appealed.

Recent statements involving Tom DeLay

The prosecutor who brought the indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry "has ties to Obama. He has ties to the Democrats."

Says Travis County, home to Austin, is the most liberal county in the United States.

Says the foreman of the jury that convicted him was a Greenpeace activist.

Recent stories featuring Tom DeLay

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