Mike Clark-Madison

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May 7 Elections Give Validation to Austin's Values
May 7 Elections Give Validation to Austin's Values
A taste of Austin politics in the suburbs

News, May 12, 2022

Cap Metro CEO Departing to D.C.
Cap Metro CEO Departing to D.C.
Randy Clarke is set to head Washington D.C.’s transit authority

News, May 12, 2022

Austin at Large: Asymmetrical Info Warfare
Austin at Large: Asymmetrical Info Warfare
Scorched-earth polarization makes us see our foes’ weaknesses as strengths

News, May 12, 2022

Austin at Large: Look What We Made Them Do
Austin at Large: Look What We Made Them Do
So, why do these creeps care so much about other people’s abortions, anyway?

News, May 5, 2022

Making Sense of the First Days of a Post-<i>Roe</i> Era
Making Sense of the First Days of a Post-Roe Era
Whether this week was a shock or felt like a long time coming, we look at an uncertain horizon

News, May 5, 2022

Federal Funds Flow Into Waterloo’s “Confluence”
Federal Funds Flow Into Waterloo’s “Confluence”
A creek runs through it, still

News, April 28, 2022

Deep-Pocket Donors Fund Right-Wing School Board Candidates in the Austin Suburbs
Deep-Pocket Donors Fund Right-Wing School Board Candidates in the Austin Suburbs
Drama outside of town

News, April 28, 2022

Austin at Large: The Road Goes on Forever …
Austin at Large: The Road Goes on Forever …
After 30 years of effort, East 12th Street is still a long way from its envisioned future

News, April 28, 2022

Can the Airport Keep Up With Austin’s Boom?
Can the Airport Keep Up With Austin’s Boom?
AUS (aka ABIA) keeps making headlines whether it wants to or not

News, April 21, 2022

Austin at Large: We Can Survive the New Boom
Austin at Large: We Can Survive the New Boom
But we need to throw our entire weight into increasing our power as Texans

News, April 21, 2022

Austin at Large: The Cost of “Whatever It Takes”
Austin at Large: The Cost of “Whatever It Takes”
Project Connect hits a patch of rough news but – so far – stays on the tracks

News, April 14, 2022

Austin at Large: “No Significant Impact”
Austin at Large: “No Significant Impact”
On unforced errors, ugly legacies, double standards, and loving thy neighbor

News, April 7, 2022

Austin at Large: SXSW, in Four Dimensions
Austin at Large: SXSW, in Four Dimensions
Reporter, presenter, attendee, local: An after-action report on confab’s comeback

News, March 24, 2022

Mayo-Tary Pete Takes The Train to Saltillo, SXSW
Mayo-Tary Pete Takes The Train to Saltillo, SXSW
Buttigieg tips his cap to Austin's massive mobility investments

SXSW, March 17, 2022

Austin at Large: People Can’t Live at the Bank
Austin at Large: People Can’t Live at the Bank
We should spend money to help people and build more homes. Is that so hard?

News, March 17, 2022

The 13 Hours That Changed Texas in <i>Shouting Down Midnight</i>
The 13 Hours That Changed Texas in Shouting Down Midnight
SXSW documentary stands by Wendy Davis during her filibuster

Screens, March 17, 2022

Austin At Large: We Didn’t Demand a Recount
Austin At Large: We Didn’t Demand a Recount
But maybe we should have? How “election integrity” rules could change outcomes

News, March 10, 2022

Austin at Large: Easy to Be Hard, Easy to Vote No
Austin at Large: Easy to Be Hard, Easy to Vote No
What did we learn from the tiny, noisy Texas primaries? A few morning-after insights

News, March 3, 2022

The Ultra-Low-Turnout Primary Election (Almost) Devoid of Drama
The Ultra-Low-Turnout Primary Election (Almost) Devoid of Drama
Tiny landslides in Travis County and beyond

News, March 3, 2022

Activist/Attorney Lulu Flores Claims House Seat She Sought 20 Years Ago
Activist/Attorney Lulu Flores Claims House Seat She Sought 20 Years Ago
And other State Representative results

News, March 3, 2022

Election Ticker: The Calm in the Eye of the Storm
Election Ticker: The Calm in the Eye of the Storm
Wild punches, campaign cash, and early voting insights

News, Feb. 27, 2022

Austin at Large: The Pigs Inside Our Python
Austin at Large: The Pigs Inside Our Python
Recent headlines confirm: Austin takes a looooong time to digest what it swallows

News, Feb. 24, 2022

AOC Brings the Texas Heat
AOC Brings the Texas Heat
Progressive star stumps for Casar, Cisneros campaigns

News, Feb. 17, 2022

Austin at Large: The Things That Slip Our Mind
Austin at Large: The Things That Slip Our Mind
One man, one gun, and the harrowing results of our leaders' moral and policy failures

News, Feb. 10, 2022

Austin at Large: We Need to Talk About Apesh*t
Austin at Large: We Need to Talk About Apesh*t
Whether Trump is trivial or catastrophic, the rules of engagement have now changed

News, Feb. 3, 2022

Inside the Central Texas Congressional Map
Inside the Central Texas Congressional Map
What's going on in the districts surrounding Austin?

News, Feb. 3, 2022

Austin at Large: Making Good Trouble on I-35
Austin at Large: Making Good Trouble on I-35
America's infrastructure systems are broken, but TxDOT has gone the extra mile

News, Jan. 27, 2022

Austin at Large: Your Servants Are Listening
Austin at Large: Your Servants Are Listening
Angry readers, busted City Hall aides, triumphant politicians: The system works!

News, Jan. 20, 2022

Proposed Development Would Revive Austin Opera House but Faces Neighbor Opposition
Proposed Development Would Revive Austin Opera House but Faces Neighbor Opposition
200 Academy Drive: Big hit or last call?

News, Jan. 20, 2022

Austin at Large: We’re Not Making More Land
Austin at Large: We’re Not Making More Land
Showdown at the Batcave Part 3: What’s the return on this $277 million investment?

News, Jan. 13, 2022

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