The Texas Progressive Alliance is ready for Election Day as it brings you this week's blog roundup.
Off the Kuff takes a look ahead at redistricting.
Letters From Texas pointed out a low-down dirty Republican plot to cheat African-American voters out of casting their ballots, then turned around and did the same thing to voters casting ballots for Republicans, Libertarians, and Greens.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson notes that while most Texans know our our state needs investment in our people -- like education and infrastructure -- instead we will get the GOP's planned austerity, which will irrevocably harm Texas.
South Texas Chisme offers kudos to Hidalgo County Texas Democratic Women, the Stonewall Democrats and the new County chair for the big turnout!
Phillip Martin at Burnt Orange Report reminds everyone about what is at stake on Tuesday with a lot of posts he's put in one place: Rick Perry's Cover-Up and Corruption: A Ten Part Series.
The revealing of Todd Staples's slimy pyramid scheme was only the latest devastating hit the incumbent agriculture commissioner has taken during the 2010 election campaign. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs exposed the corruption.
nytexan at BlueBloggin looks at The Constitutional Ignorance of the Tea Party. As we have all come to learn, the Tea Party's candidates and their supporters are extremely ignorant of the document they want to restore: the U.S. Constitution. Let's not fool ourselves and think that the Tea Party and the wing nuts just stumbled upon their ignorance; its been in full bloom since Bush began stripping the Bill of Rights. It didn't seem to bother them because it was the Patriotic thing to do.
The newest scandal to rock a Republican elected? It's all about a pyramid scheme and Todd Staples.
Neil at Texas Liberal made an effort with a variety of posts over the past week to encourage folks to vote in Houston, Harris County, Texas, and the nation. That's all one can do. Let's get past Tuesday and move ahead to a better day. Thanks for reading Texas Liberal and all TPA blogs. There are hopeful days ahead and we'll keep fighting.