February 26, 2021

Inside Texas Politics: What to expect in Texas politics come 2020


DALLAS — This week’s version of Inside Texas Politics centered on wanting ahead to 2020– new plans to carry large enterprise to Dallas, the upcoming elections and who may succeed Texas Home Speaker Dennis Bonnen. 

NEWSMAKER

Dallas’ suburbs appear to be getting most of the large company relocations. Toyota’s transfer from California to Collin County is only one instance. Dallas Metropolis Councilman Tennell Atkins, District 8, stated he’s uninterested in his hometown getting handed over. So, the Metropolis Council employed a agency from Austin. Councilman Atkins joined host Jason Whitely and Bud Kennedy from the Fort Value Star-Telegram to debate what else the town plans to do.

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STATEWIDE

Ross Ramsey, the co-founder and government editor of the Texas Tribune, joined host Jason Whitely to debate whether or not there are any Republicans lining as much as succeed Texas Home Speaker Dennis Bonnen. Ramsey and Whitely additionally contemplated if it’s too early to speak in regards to the 2022 election.

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MY VOICE, MY OPINION

How will historical past keep in mind the impeachment of President Donald Trump? Contributor Ed Grey, from The Commish Radio Present, had some concepts on this week’s My Voice, My Opinion.

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NEWSMAKER 2

Republicans have determined to not have candidates run towards some distinguished Texas Democrats in 2020. GOP advisor Matt Mackowiak joined host Jason Whitely to debate Republican technique, and the late President George H. W. Bush’s grandson’s run for congress. Mackowiak is president of Potomac Technique Group.

FLASHPOINT

In Flashpoint’s final debate of 2019, we have a look ahead to the brand new yr. From the suitable, Wade Emmert, former chairman of the Dallas County Republican Occasion. And from the left, Wealthy Hancock from VirtualNewsCenter.com.

ROUNDTABLE

On the Roundtable, Ross Ramsey, Bud Kennedy, and Berna Dean Steptoe, WFAA’s political producer, joined host Jason Whitely to debate whether or not former presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke helps or hurting fellow Democrats by campaigning with them.  The journalists additionally weighed in on the brand new Republican Political Motion Committee (PAC) referred to as Lincoln Mission. The PAC is funding an opponent for President Donald Trump.

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