Jay in the News


Jay Hulings, candidate for the 23rd Congressional District, recently made a stop in San Antonio for his “Opportunity in America” tour as early voting looms in the near future. Former Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julian Castro and Congressman Joaquin…

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A former Del Rio federal prosecutor held a rally in Del Rio Saturday afternoon with two supporting Democratic politicians as part of his congressional campaign through District 23 of Texas. Jay Hulings, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for November’s…

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A debate in San Antonio brought out a rare moment of confrontation between Jay Hulings and Gina Ortiz Jones, the two candidates seen as front-runners in the five-person Democratic primary for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District, as they clashed on campaign…

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On October 10, 1960, former President Harry Truman spoke at a $50-a-plate fundraising dinner in San Antonio and declared that anyone planning to vote for Republican presidential nominee Richard Nixon “ought to go to hell.” As a result of Give ’Em…

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Three candidates and a bullhorn. That was the attraction for Monday’s Democratic gathering outside the North Side district office of Republican Congressman Will Hurd. On one level it was a gimmicky political stunt, a bit of planned spontaneity cooked up…

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SAN ANTONIO — Jay Hulings, who has built early momentum in the Democratic primary for Texas’ most competitive congressional district, suggested Monday that U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi should step aside for “new leadership.” “I think it’s time for…

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On this week’s Inside the Hive, congressional candidate Jay Hulings explains how an out-of-control Republican Party is pushing deep-red Texas, slowly but surely, into the Democratic column. Every four years, on election night, we see America’s political divide reduced to a binary…

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WASHINGTON – Jay Hulings, one of four Democrats seeking to challenge U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-San Antonio, next year, has won endorsements from alliances totaling some 80 U.S. House Democrats. The New Democratic Coalition and the Blue Dog Coalition, both…

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To House Republicans who don’t like the funding deal President Donald Trump made with Democrats, Rep. Will Hurd has a message: Get yourself together, or quit complaining. Otherwise, get used to the feeling of watching the Republican president brag about…

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Pete Gallego recently convinced himself to stay out of the 2018 Democratic primary for U.S. District 23. By the time Gallego made that decision, he inadvertently had convinced Rick Treviño to enter that very same race. Treviño, a Bernie Sanders…

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Friday was Jay Hulings’ last day as an assistant U.S. attorney. And his first day as a candidate for Congress. Hulings, 42, is entering the race to unseat Will Hurd in U.S. District 23 and his presence in the Democratic…

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