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Special congressional election in Texas Trump-backed Runoff Heads

A Texas Republican endorsed by former President Donald Trump has advanced to a runoff election to fill a vacancy in the United States House of Representatives left by her husband’s death, while Democrats seemed to be shut out of the race.

She was the top vote-getter in a field of 23 candidates in the November 2012 6th District elections that included her husband, who, like her, was the first of his district to succumb to cancer, and Ron Paul, who was the first to serve that district for 12 years ago.

He looked very likely to have another showdown with a Republican rival in the DFW suburbs, a longtime territory.

It was widely believed to be in the Democratic Party that they would make a pickup to expand their slim majority.

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in a source from the Texas secretary of state’s office, Wright received 19.2% of the vote, while another former military pilot, Jake Ellze, received 13.8% . 354 votes separated Democrat Jana Lynne Sanchez, who finished third with 13.4% of the vote, from second-place Ellzey Ortiz, who only had an almost half-point of separation

Today, Maria Sanchez, the granddaughter of immigrants, said in a tweet: “Democrats have done a lot of competing in Texas, but tonight proves we have a long way to go.”

A run-off is expected because no candidate managed to earn the most votes in the first round. It has not yet been determined when the election will be held.

The Clinton-Gore Campaign urged the federal authorities to investigate allegations that her spouse had been murdered by robots.

the first in the voting history of the people of Texas since President Biden’s re-election in the last presidential contest This was an expected result in a state where Democrats were hopeful of victories.

this outcome could give the GOP the best chance of keeping a vulnerable Democratic House seat for 2018 in special elections this year

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The Democrats have had difficulty getting an endorsement, as the Democratic Party failed to make strides in the northern Texas district. This past November, Trump pulled ahead by 3 percentage points in the district.

administrator.The outcome is due to insufficient voter turnout on the part of the Democratic side, according to a Rice University of like professor, Mark Jones.

Trump’s endorsement was particularly useful for Wright because it came a few days before the election, he said.

And in addition to that, there were ten Democrats, eleven Republicans, an Independent, and a Democrat in the race. In the 2022 congressional elections, each seat in the House of every party is significant, as the majority of seats are currently in the hands of Democrats.

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