Go behind the headlines for a look at what's really going on at the Texas Capitol and in Washington with the state's #1 political podcast: Texas Take. Join the conversation featuring Scott Braddock, editor of The Quorum Report and Houston Chronicle/San Antonio Express-News political writer Jeremy Wallace.
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A great breakdown of the Texas legislature when in session and overall Texas politics. If any novice wants to learn about the state's political landscape, this is the starting point. Only issue I have is a clicking sound that takes place when Jeremy Wallace offers insight. Still a good show.
I really look forward to new episodes from Scott and Jeremy. When something happens Texas, I can’t wait to hear their take on it and hear the behind the scenes discussions.
It is a pleasure to listen to Scott and Jeremy discuss and explain what is going on in Austin. I wish they could take on more than one pod a week. The circus that is currently in town has to many acts to cover in just one show. As a fourth generation Texan, business owner and resident of the hated, communist Harris county, it is required listening. They are also good twitter follows for news and snark about the great state. My only recommendation for the show would be to drop in some banjo or th... more
I’ve listened to several episodes now after following Scott’s legislative updates on Twitter. Very informative. It’s like listening to your buddies talk about what’s going on in Texas. Love it!
A must listen to understand Texas politics.
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Texas Take launched 7 years ago and published 126 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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