By Robert RomanoThe American Conservative| Posted: September 09, 2018 09:54:10This story is not about Texas.
It is about the United States of America.
And for the past seven years, Texas has been the only state in the country where Democrats have held more seats in Congress than Republicans.
And it’s not just the state legislature: the country as a whole has seen a Democratic wave sweep the country in the last seven years.
The most recent data shows the Democrats holding a 24.3-seat majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.
That is nearly double the 27.7-seat advantage the Republicans have in the Senate.
In Texas, the GOP holds an overwhelming 32.5-seat lead in the state Senate.
Democrats hold just 15 seats, but that’s still a big advantage in Texas.
The state has voted for Democrats since 1994.
But there is a big difference between then and now.
In 1994, Democrats held the governorship for eight years.
Since then, Texas governors have been Democrat Mike Pence and Scott Walker.
In 2006, the Democrats picked up just seven seats in the House of Delegates.
But that’s a big increase from the five they held in 1994.
It’s not like Texas has gone from a red state to a blue state since then.
The GOP is still the largest party in Texas, and it holds a supermajority in both chambers of the state Legislature.
But the Democrats have a real chance to take back the state House and state Senate if they continue to win the support of the minority in the legislature.
It’s a different story in the Texas Legislature.
The GOP is a minority party in both the House and the Senate, and the Republicans control all four chambers.
The Democrats are a majority party in the governor’s office, but they have a slight advantage in the Legislature.
Texas is one of only four states in the nation that have a Republican governor.
The rest of the country is divided between Democrats and Republicans.
In fact, only six of the 50 states are a mix of both parties.
In fact, the United Nations has declared the United Kingdom as a democracy.
That has created a political environment where the parties are at least evenly matched in the states.
But it’s important to remember that the United Sates Senate and the House are two very different entities.
And that’s because both chambers are composed of a single member who sits in a one-man cabinet.
If you’re wondering why the Democrats are so good at governing, it’s because their majority is a majority of all of the Senate seats, which means that when the majority leader is absent, the majority will hold.
So the Democrats control the House because they are the majority party.
The Republicans control the Senate because they’re the minority party.
And while the Senate has an overall advantage in votes, the state legislatures are almost entirely controlled by Democrats.
Texas Democrats hold an advantage in both houses of the legislature because they have control of the governor and the governor of the entire state.
This means that if Texas had a governor elected by the state, the Republicans would not be in charge of the Legislature and the Democrats would not control it.
The Republican governor, Greg Abbott, has been in office since January 2019.
He has been extremely popular in Texas and his popularity has skyrocketed since his first election.
And his popularity was even higher in 2018, when he was reelected by a mere 19.7 percent.
Abbott has made no secret that he is considering running for president in 2020.
He said that he was “open” to the idea.
But he also told The American Spectator that he would not rule out a presidential run if he ran for reelection in 2020, despite the fact that he said he’d be “ready for anything.”
Abbott was also a frequent guest on the Drudge Report, and he is a prominent supporter of President Donald Trump.
He also had a cameo on the “Saturday Night Live” skit in 2018.
But in Texas there are a lot of reasons that people are interested in the possibility of Abbott running for President.
Abbott was also the only Republican to win a state senate seat in Texas in 2016, and a Republican gubernatorial candidate in 2017.
So, it makes sense for Texas Democrats to want to see him succeed.
The Senate has a supermajority of Democrats, so if Abbott decides to run for President, he could be in good shape to do so.
If he runs for President and wins, he’ll likely face a Democratic opponent.
The next time he does run for office, it will likely be against a Democratic governor.
In 2016, the Texas legislature passed a bill that required voters to show a photo ID when casting their ballots.
That bill was challenged by Texas Governor Greg Abbott who said that it was unconstitutional.
The court ruled against him, and Abbott’s signature on the bill was valid.
But Abbott has a history of signing