Analysts Say He Doesn't Have A Chance
By now, KTRH listeners know all about GOP Senate Candidate Ted Cruz. But what about his democratic opponent?
Paul Sadler was a Texas State Rep for a dozen years, from 1991 to 2003, focusing on education and renewable energy. He relishes the role of underdog.
"I don't have a super pac, I don't have billionaires supporting my campaign. The people that are contributing to my campaign are contributing $100, $25."
Sadler says he believes Texans -- regardless of party -- will vote for him because he's the best man. But political insider Chris Begala is a skeptic.
"Astros winning the World Series in October; better chance. Snowball forming in Hell; better chance."
Begala says Sadler's uphill battle to raise money is one of the main reasons he has no shot.
Begala says Texas hasn't elected a democrat, statewide, since 1992.