Ross Ramsey

Executive Editor of The Texas Tribune, father, husband, recovering musician, rramsey@texastribune.org

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Analysis: School districts are getting report cards. They shouldn’t be the only ones.
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Analysis: School districts are getting report cards. They shouldn’t be the only ones.
August, 15 2018
Analysis: Other than the mold and the rats, it’s a picture of health
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Analysis: Other than the mold and the rats, it’s a picture of health
August, 13 2018
Analysis: Can Texans handle this kind of tough love about schools?
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Analysis: Can Texans handle this kind of tough love about schools?
August, 10 2018
TribCast: Sir Winston, Cruz’s call to arms, a new UT chancellor
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TribCast: Sir Winston, Cruz’s call to arms, a new UT chancellor
August, 8 2018
Analysis: The most important 2018 candidate isn’t on the ballot
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Analysis: The most important 2018 candidate isn’t on the ballot
August, 8 2018
Analysis: Pleased to meet you, you wonderful/terrible candidate
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Analysis: Pleased to meet you, you wonderful/terrible candidate
August, 6 2018
Analysis: After this election, Texas judicial races might never be the same
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Analysis: After this election, Texas judicial races might never be the same
August, 3 2018
Analysis: Don’t count your (Democratic) chickens until they’re elected
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Analysis: Don’t count your (Democratic) chickens until they’re elected
August, 1 2018
Analysis: Mentions in a few news stories can’t turn a candidate into a contender
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Analysis: Mentions in a few news stories can’t turn a candidate into a contender
July, 30 2018
Analysis: In the dance over Texas debates, some would rather be wallflowers
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Analysis: In the dance over Texas debates, some would rather be wallflowers
July, 27 2018
Analysis: The unfolding story of the newest Americans
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Analysis: The unfolding story of the newest Americans
July, 25 2018
Analysis: Texas Democratic candidates find friendly donors in hostile congressional districts
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Analysis: Texas Democratic candidates find friendly donors in hostile congressional districts
July, 23 2018
Analysis: Winning an election without money is hard. It’s hard to win with money, too.
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Analysis: Winning an election without money is hard. It’s hard to win with money, too.
July, 20 2018
Wendy Davis, Battleground Texas sanctioned for delayed campaign disclosures in 2014
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Wendy Davis, Battleground Texas sanctioned for delayed campaign disclosures in 2014
July, 18 2018
Analysis: An immigration fiasco on the U.S.-Mexico border, in one government chart
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Analysis: An immigration fiasco on the U.S.-Mexico border, in one government chart
July, 18 2018
Analysis: How to turn a weak Texas governor’s office into a strong one
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Analysis: How to turn a weak Texas governor’s office into a strong one
July, 16 2018
Analysis: Completing reunifications without putting families back together
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Analysis: Completing reunifications without putting families back together
July, 13 2018
Analysis: Legal political maps — except for those minority voters in Fort Worth
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Analysis: Legal political maps — except for those minority voters in Fort Worth
July, 11 2018
Analysis: Do the feds have a plan to reunite migrant families? We’re about to find out.
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Analysis: Do the feds have a plan to reunite migrant families? We’re about to find out.
July, 9 2018
Analysis: If kids separated from their parents can’t hold our attention, what will?
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Analysis: If kids separated from their parents can’t hold our attention, what will?
July, 6 2018
Analysis: What sees us through
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Analysis: What sees us through
July, 2 2018
Analysis: On immigrants, death penalty and pot, Texans’ views now look more like the rest of the country
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Analysis: On immigrants, death penalty and pot, Texans’ views now look more like the rest of the country
June, 29 2018
Family separations, political horse races, guns, weed and the NFL, from the UT/TT pollsters
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Family separations, political horse races, guns, weed and the NFL, from the UT/TT pollsters
June, 27 2018
Texans think state leaders are falling short on public education, UT/TT Poll finds
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Texans think state leaders are falling short on public education, UT/TT Poll finds
June, 27 2018
UT/TT Poll: Football is popular in Texas. The NFL isn't.
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UT/TT Poll: Football is popular in Texas. The NFL isn't.
June, 27 2018
Led by Democrats and young adults, most Texas voters want to legalize marijuana, UT/TT Poll finds
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Led by Democrats and young adults, most Texas voters want to legalize marijuana, UT/TT Poll finds
June, 27 2018
More Texas voters view country and economy improved from a year earlier, UT/TT poll finds
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More Texas voters view country and economy improved from a year earlier, UT/TT poll finds
June, 26 2018
Parenting and stricter gun laws would make schools safer, Texas voters tell UT/TT Poll
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Parenting and stricter gun laws would make schools safer, Texas voters tell UT/TT Poll
June, 26 2018
Most Texas Republicans think point of Mueller investigation is to discredit Trump, UT/TT Poll finds
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Most Texas Republicans think point of Mueller investigation is to discredit Trump, UT/TT Poll finds
June, 25 2018
Ted Cruz leads Beto O’Rourke by 5 points in Texas Senate race, UT/TT poll finds
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Ted Cruz leads Beto O’Rourke by 5 points in Texas Senate race, UT/TT poll finds
June, 25 2018
UT/TT Poll: Most Texas voters oppose family separation at the border, with greater support among men and Republicans
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UT/TT Poll: Most Texas voters oppose family separation at the border, with greater support among men and Republicans
June, 21 2018
Analysis: Are Texas political conventions necessary?
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Analysis: Are Texas political conventions necessary?
June, 13 2018
Analysis: Texas culture warriors got a lot to work with last week
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Analysis: Texas culture warriors got a lot to work with last week
June, 11 2018
Analysis: In the Trump era, what do other politicians have to do to grab voters’ attention?
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Analysis: In the Trump era, what do other politicians have to do to grab voters’ attention?
June, 8 2018
Rep. Larry Gonzales resigns from Texas House
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Rep. Larry Gonzales resigns from Texas House
June, 6 2018
Analysis: For hints to next year’s fights at the Texas Capitol, watch the investment advisors
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Analysis: For hints to next year’s fights at the Texas Capitol, watch the investment advisors
June, 6 2018
Analysis: The anemic state of democracy in Texas
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Analysis: The anemic state of democracy in Texas
May, 7 2018
Analysis: Choosing the next Texas House speaker is a game played by very fuzzy rules
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Analysis: Choosing the next Texas House speaker is a game played by very fuzzy rules
May, 4 2018
Analysis: There are 3 official candidates to be the next Texas House speaker. The real field is much bigger.
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Analysis: There are 3 official candidates to be the next Texas House speaker. The real field is much bigger.
May, 1 2018
Analysis: The centerpiece of the 2018 Texas general election? Dallas County
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Analysis: The centerpiece of the 2018 Texas general election? Dallas County
April, 30 2018
Analysis: In Texas elections, there’s power in small numbers
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Analysis: In Texas elections, there’s power in small numbers
April, 27 2018
Analysis: It doesn’t matter what the Supreme Court says. Texas Republicans already won redistricting.
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Analysis: It doesn’t matter what the Supreme Court says. Texas Republicans already won redistricting.
April, 25 2018
Analysis: A poll showing a close race in Texas, if most Texans voted
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Analysis: A poll showing a close race in Texas, if most Texans voted
April, 23 2018
Analysis: The Texas Senate’s Republican supermajority, on the bubble
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Analysis: The Texas Senate’s Republican supermajority, on the bubble
April, 20 2018
Analysis: You can’t replace some Texas lawmakers without their permission
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Analysis: You can’t replace some Texas lawmakers without their permission
April, 18 2018
The quotable Barbara Bush: Read some of the first lady's most memorable quips
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The quotable Barbara Bush: Read some of the first lady's most memorable quips
April, 18 2018
Former first lady Barbara Bush dies at 92
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Former first lady Barbara Bush dies at 92
April, 17 2018
Analysis: When it comes to replacing Speakers Paul Ryan and Joe Straus, your vote belongs to someone else
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Analysis: When it comes to replacing Speakers Paul Ryan and Joe Straus, your vote belongs to someone else
April, 16 2018
Analysis: Texans hate standardized tests, but govern by the results
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Analysis: Texans hate standardized tests, but govern by the results
April, 13 2018
Analysis: Texas GOP ignores young voters with LGBT snub
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Analysis: Texas GOP ignores young voters with LGBT snub
April, 11 2018
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