The Lone Star State's turbulent political landscape just saw another twist, as the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) failed to secure a spot on the Republican primary ballot for their divisive proposition: Texas secession. This setback has ignited a legal battle and reignited tensions over the state's identity and future within the American union.
The TNM submitted over 130,000 signatures in support of their ballot proposition, but their hopes were dashed after the Texas Republican Party (RPT) rejected them. Party Chairman Matt Rinaldi declared the signatures invalid, citing a technicality: only a "small fraction" were handwritten, as required. . .