White House officials are touting fixes to the online health insurance exchange nearly two months after a botched rollout on October 1. The Obama administration says 175,000 people logged onto healthcare.gov before noon Monday, the first full business day since a self-imposed deadline to fix a host of problems.

In Monday’s Capital Tonight, we looked at whether the changes are noticeable in Texas, where a number of groups are working to get people enrolled and get the word out.


The campaign filing deadline is one week away, and it could mean some last-minute scrambling for a few candidates. The Quorum Report‘s Harvey Kronberg joined us to explain why.


Plus, we sat down with Republican gubernatorial candidate Miriam Martinez. Click the image below to hear about Martinez’s unique background and her thoughts on immigration reform, the Republican party and more.