Ross Ramsey

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

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Analysis: Election Day in Texas isn’t even the half of it
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Analysis: Election Day in Texas isn’t even the half of it
October, 19 2018
Analysis: Can Beto O’Rourke overcome Ted Cruz’s million-vote margin?
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Analysis: Can Beto O’Rourke overcome Ted Cruz’s million-vote margin?
October, 17 2018
Analysis: Texas’ school finance problem in one pesky chart
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Analysis: Texas’ school finance problem in one pesky chart
October, 10 2018
Analysis: When the Texas House and Senate fight, legislative agencies squirm
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Analysis: When the Texas House and Senate fight, legislative agencies squirm
October, 5 2018
Analysis: Crossing the (other) Texas borders, as elections near
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Analysis: Crossing the (other) Texas borders, as elections near
October, 3 2018
Analysis: For state Sen. Charles Schwertner, bad news and a trickle-down effect
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Analysis: For state Sen. Charles Schwertner, bad news and a trickle-down effect
September, 27 2018
Analysis: Texas politics can change plenty in 2018 without a blue wave
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Analysis: Texas politics can change plenty in 2018 without a blue wave
September, 26 2018
Analysis: A few Texas Republicans are singing the blues
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Analysis: A few Texas Republicans are singing the blues
September, 24 2018
Analysis: Dan Patrick and the reddest Texas Senate ever
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Analysis: Dan Patrick and the reddest Texas Senate ever
September, 21 2018
Analysis: Neal Dikeman’s voters could decide which Texan serves in the U.S. Senate
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Analysis: Neal Dikeman’s voters could decide which Texan serves in the U.S. Senate
September, 19 2018
Analysis: The fight over the Texas Legislature isn’t only in the House
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Analysis: The fight over the Texas Legislature isn’t only in the House
September, 17 2018
Analysis: Property taxes rise, state education spending falls. That's the design.
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Analysis: Property taxes rise, state education spending falls. That's the design.
September, 14 2018
When Is It Good for Politicians to Be Edgy?
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When Is It Good for Politicians to Be Edgy?
September, 12 2018
Analysis: The swoon for Beto O’Rourke doesn’t mean Ted Cruz will lose
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Analysis: The swoon for Beto O’Rourke doesn’t mean Ted Cruz will lose
September, 12 2018
Analysis: An old headline lingers on the Texas-Mexico border
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Analysis: An old headline lingers on the Texas-Mexico border
September, 10 2018
Analysis: For potential Texas House Speaker candidates, the clock is ticking
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Analysis: For potential Texas House Speaker candidates, the clock is ticking
September, 7 2018
Analysis: Some voters want candidates who watch what they say. Some don’t.
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Analysis: Some voters want candidates who watch what they say. Some don’t.
September, 5 2018
Analysis: A viewer’s guide to the 2018 Texas elections
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Analysis: A viewer’s guide to the 2018 Texas elections
August, 31 2018
Analysis: Will a split Texas electorate split the 2018 ticket?
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Analysis: Will a split Texas electorate split the 2018 ticket?
August, 29 2018
Analysis: Candidates to replace Joe Straus aren’t the only power-seekers in the House
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Analysis: Candidates to replace Joe Straus aren’t the only power-seekers in the House
August, 27 2018
Analysis: Who’s got longer coattails? Ted Cruz or Beto O’Rourke?
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Analysis: Who’s got longer coattails? Ted Cruz or Beto O’Rourke?
August, 24 2018
Analysis: So far, there’s not much to handicap in the race for Texas House Speaker
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Analysis: So far, there’s not much to handicap in the race for Texas House Speaker
August, 22 2018
Analysis: What would Pa Ferguson do? What would Ma do?
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Analysis: What would Pa Ferguson do? What would Ma do?
August, 20 2018
Analysis: Texas Tech’s regents ran off one of the rare good guys in politics
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Analysis: Texas Tech’s regents ran off one of the rare good guys in politics
August, 17 2018
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
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