School yes, welfare no
Says most illegal immigrants draw "welfare benefits, they’re sending their kids to school, they’re using the public services."
Proposal didn't reach voters
Says a change in law he carried stopped a $100 million tax increase in the Dallas school district.
"Welcome to #Houston, the most #diverse city in #America."
If Austin voters reject Proposition 1, a "completely new City-run" criminal background check "process will cost millions in processing fees, additional staff, and bureaucracy" with taxpayers getting "the bill."
Pride over wide is misplaced
"The Katy Freeway, or Interstate 10 west of Houston, is the widest freeway in the world, with up to 26 lanes, including frontage road lanes."
PAC reports yet to appear
My campaign "finished the last quarter reporting the most cash on hand of any Republican in the field … $13.8 million in the bank, $3.5 million more than the Jeb Bush campaign."
Up to 150 international inspectors within nine months
The Iran deal "trusts the Iranians to inspect themselves."
Or one of six other photo IDs
"If you want to vote in" Texas, "you can use a concealed-weapon permit as a valid form of identification, but a valid student ID isn’t good enough."
UPDATED: Hospitals strapped many ways
"In the last 24 months, 10 rural Texas hospitals have been forced to shut their doors because state leaders" chose not to expand Medicaid.
UPDATED: No such evidence
"Transgender individuals in the U.S. have a 1-in-12 chance of being murdered."
Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas said: ‘Hey, all you wrinkly, white-aged has-beens: It’s time for you to die and let the next generation have your spot on the planet.’
Texans who itemized
"Texas families have kept more than $10 billion in their family budgets since we successfully fought to restore Texas' sales tax deduction a decade ago."
A lawyer demanded "several Houston pastors hand over to the city government many of their private papers, including their sermons."
Late retreat, actually
"As chair of the Senate Education Committee, I led the charge to restore most of the education cuts from last session."
Five straight months
More people are apprehended after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border a week "than are born in Texas each week."
Crime happens everywhere
"We have less crime in the (Rio Grande) Valley than we do in other major Texas cities."
Full ad not rated
"PolitiFact Texas gave" a David Dewhurst TV ad "a ‘Pants-on-Fire’ rating as an outrageous lie."
No proof of pocketed payroll taxes
Dan Patrick "got caught not paying his taxes" and "pocketed his employees’ payroll taxes."
UPDATED: Limits were tightened
"In 2005, Dan Branch tried to expand third-trimester abortions in Texas."
There's a house for sale
"David Dewhurst currently owes more than $1 million to vendors for services provided to his 2012 U.S. Senate campaign."