Are there any liberal cities and places in Texas at all?
Well that's cause literally all cities almost are liberal you can't do anything about that. When you're forced to live that close to one another and have less personal space and such and have all different cultures together so close it's hard not to become open minded, or in other words liberal
It pisses me off how Texas used to be completely country and conservative, then the thirsty hippies of "Cali" have to come in and ruin the culture with their hippy libtard ways. Austin is now the fastest growing city in the United States, if you were to ask the same question but with only native Texans living in those cities, we wouldn't be liberal at all. When my mom grew up here there were 100,000 people and it had a nice Texas country feel, now there are over a million and half of those people are probably hippy libtard feminists retards.
Austin is the Texas Liberal Capital. All of the major cities are a majority blue, but Austin is the most vocal and active. University town doesn't hurt in fueling that political atmosphere either.
Austin! Went there and was like "How is this our state capital"! Sorry I'm near Houston and it use to be the capital long ago when we were a country ! But most major cities except San Antonio are Liberal!
Austin is famous of its liberalism.
I wish it wasn't.
Liberal in Texas still means Conservative in California.