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Did Not Endorse Foreman; Now Endorses Ankrum
Postmarks  April 10, 2006
"...Since Mr. Foreman has put me in this position I have no choice now but to respond and declare my choice, and that is now Ted Ankrum. I would hope that you will make this clear in your paper as well as your Web site...."

Run-off Roundup
Congressional District 10: Ankrum Wallops Foreman
News Story  April 14, 2006, by Lee Nichols
"...In round one of the Democratic primary, the race to choose a likely sacrificial lamb to Republican incumbent Michael McCaul was a rural vs. urban battle – former NASA bureaucrat Ted Ankrum of Cypress took Travis and Harris Counties, and Austin poet and publisher Paul Foreman dominated five of the district's six rural counties..."

Election 2006
The latest dispatches from the campaign trail
News Story  September 8, 2006
"...Ted Ankrum – the Democratic candidate for Congressional District 10, the Tom DeLay-drawn monstrosity that stretches from North-Central Austin to the suburbs of Houston – said he wanted to get an honest idea of where he stood in a district described by one Democratic observer as the second-reddest in Texas. And when he e-mailed the results to the media on Aug..."

The Man in the White Hat
Larry Joe Doherty rides into the battle for CD 10
News Story  October 3, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Inside, experienced campaign professionals and consultants are producing slick mailers, doing opposition research, raising funds, conducting polls, and doing the other work essential for a serious congressional campaign. "Well, duh," you might say, but it's a big step up from the previous two CD 10 Democratic challengers, Ted Ankrum and Loren­zo Sadun, political novices who fought their hearts out on shoestring budgets with volunteers...."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 20, 2006
"...Representative, Dist. 10: Ted Ankrum Ted Ankrum knows the No..."

Endorsements
Democratic and Republican Primaries, March 7
News Story  February 24, 2006
"...A strong primary vote would help Radnofsky kick off a serious and effective campaign that both undermines Hutchison's political invulnerability and gives this candidate a national platform for her progressive ideas. U.S. Rep., District 10: Ted Ankrum..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  November 3, 2006
"...Representative, Dist. 10: Ted Ankrum Ted Ankrum knows the No..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 27, 2006
"...Representative, Dist. 10: Ted Ankrum Ted Ankrum knows the No..."

Primary Numbers
Crunching the numbers on who voted where in the 2006 primaries
News Story  March 17, 2006, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...• Congress and commissioners: Travis Co. accounted for more than two-thirds of the total vote in the CD 10 Dem primary, so the run-off between Ted Ankrum and Paul Foreman is going to be decided here, and the turnout patterns work to Ankrum's advantage..."

Now What Does This Say About the Texas Democratic Party?
CD 10 candidates line up some, um … powerhouse endorsements.
DAILY News  January 15, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Grant has the support of the Democrats that took on incumbent Republican Michael McCaul in the previous two general elections: Lorenzo Sadun, who ran as a write-in in 2004, wrote on the Burnt Orange Report blog on Jan. 8, “I prefer Grant to Doherty, but the main thing is beating McCaul.” And on Tuesday, 2006 standard-bearer Ted Ankrum declared, “Dan is the only Democrat in the race who can beat Mike McCaul..."

Those Other Congressional Races
Who's who in Congressional Districts 10, 21, and 31
News Story  October 22, 2010, by Lee Nichols
"...The closest any Dem has come to taking out McCaul was in 2008 with Doherty's 43%. Before that, in 2006, was retired NASA executive Ted Ankrum (40%), and now he's back for another shot at the champ, along with Libertarian Jeremiah "JP" Perkins..."

Election 2006: All Their Base Are Belong to Us
Crunching the numbers on the November 2006 election
News Story  November 17, 2006, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...That projection held true through most of early voting, and then … a bunch of Democrats showed up and kept showing up on Election Day, driving most boxes' D margins into the range between "healthy" and "absurd." Note that the most dependable R regions – the northwest (HD 48) and southwest (HD 47) – saw only a modest uptick on Election Day, while Central (HD 49) and (surprisingly) North (HD 50) saw major jumps in late voting. In addition to Mark Strama, Ted Ankrum was a prime beneficiary of the latter surge..."

Endorsements
News Story  April 7, 2006
"...Real, serious Democrats will get to the polls and vote for her.U.S. Representative, District 10: Ted Ankrum..."

Endorsements
News Story  March 31, 2006
"...Real, serious Democrats will get to the polls and vote for her.U.S. Rep., District 10: Ted Ankrum..."

Where Are the CD 10 Votes?
Breakdown of the 2006 General Election
News Story  October 3, 2008
"...Almost half of McCaul's support came from Harris, with the rest more or less split between Travis and the rurals. Democrat Ankrum, on the other hand, was heavily dependent on Travis, which accounted for 58% of his support..."

Election Update, 1/4/10
File 'em if you've got 'em
DAILY News  January 4, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...Meanwhile, Burnt Orange Report is reporting that Ted Ankrum might be stepping in at the last minute to replace Jack McDonald as the Democrat to take on Republican U.S. Rep..."

Election 2006: Control of Congress
Democrats conquer Congress, and even conservative Texas helps out
News Story  November 10, 2006, by Lee Nichols
"...It's long overdue. He really harmed our military and really harmed our country." Navy veteran Ted Ankrum in District 10 expressed similar sentiments, and like Harrell, speculated that perhaps he could have won with some Democratic Party muscle and money behind him, even though the Dems' choices of whom to back clearly paid off nationally..."

Endorsements
Democratic and Republican Primaries, March 7
News Story  March 3, 2006
"...A strong primary vote would help her kick off a serious and effective campaign that both undermines Hutchison's political invulnerability and gives this candidate a national platform for her progressive ideas. U.S. Rep., District 10: Ted Ankrum..."

Election Notes
News Story  January 18, 2008
"...• We're not sure how much value there is in having the endorsements of unsuccessful political candidates, but the CD 10 Democrats have lined up a few. Dan Grant has the support of the Democrats who took on incumbent Republican Michael McCaul in the previous two general elections: Lorenzo Sadun, who ran as a write-in in 2004, wrote on the Burnt Orange Report blog, "I prefer Grant to Doherty, but the main thing is beating McCaul." And on Tuesday, 2006 standard-bearer Ted Ankrum declared: "Dan is the only Democrat in the race who can beat Mike McCaul..."

Capturing the Dragon
Two Dem Challengers contend for CD 10
News Story  November 9, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...District 10 wasn't part of that changing of the guard, but the local effects were obvious: McCaul dropped from 79% of the vote to 55%. That's still a pretty solid win, but it's less impressive when you consider the challenger: Ted Ankrum, a retired political novice who entered the race almost reluctantly and received no help from the national or state parties...."

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