Media websites, paid political newsletters, job boards, blogs, and more. If you're looking to find the latest happenings in Texas politics you'll find the links to helpful resources here.
- The Honorable Susan Combs, Former Assistant Secretary for Policy, Management and Budget, U.S. Department of the Interior, Former Texas Comptroller
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The Quorum Report offers live updates throughout the day of breaking intel, behind the scenes stories and other information that can only be gathered from walking the halls of the Texas Legislature.
The Texas Tribune and its destination website were launched in November 2009 and have been going strong ever since. Check out their live streaming of interviews, free events at the Austin Club and the invaluable directories on public officials - in addition to the great news.
Information is power - and that’s what Capitol Inside is all about. Power. It’s about the people who run Texas government and what they are doing to lead. They will tell you what’s happening, who’s hot, and why.
Finding a job in Texas politics can be hard. Here's where to look:
These job boards consolidate political, policy, and journalism jobs from across the state of Texas and nationally.
This is where you find information regarding who represents you, committee membership, rules, bills that have not been filed, and legislative calendars for the day.
Produces a Daily Newspaper Clipping Service for members of the Legislative community.
Develops budget and policy recommendations for legislative appropriations, completes fiscal analyses for proposed legislation.
Texas Election Source: analysis of Texas elections in real-time, including in-depth election night coverage.
Podcasts and Blogs
Texas Politics Today: newsletter sharing the personal and professional happenings of folks around the Capitol.
The Capitol Crowd: Private Facebook group only available to those working around the pink dome.
The Texas Politics Project: polling and non-partisan insights from UT Austin.
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