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Tonight we Texas Republicans said, ‘We’re going to repeal Obamacare.’ Tonight you showed that we’re all ready to stop the out-of-control spending by Washington.
A runoff after failing to get 50 percent of the vote - that’s how we say ‘f* you, Washington’ in Texas. Okay, Dewhurst.
The suspense is killing me.

The suspense is killing me.



A U.S. Senate candidate in Texas with Tea Party backing may win enough votes in Tuesday’s Republican primary to force a runoff with the state’s lieutenant governor, setting up another battle for the soul of the national Republican Party.



The GOP-dominated Legislature got the first crack at drawing new maps for Congress and the Statehouse. But now the matter is being hashed out in federal courtrooms in San Antonio and Washington, D.C., because Texas is one of the states required to prove to the U.S. government that its election changes don’t discriminate against minorities. The U.S. Supreme Court has already weighed in.

The state and a coalition of minority groups have until Monday to compromise on temporary maps, or see the April 3 Texas primaries pushed possibly into May or even later. That would likely strip away any influence Texas might have had in selecting the Republican nominee for president.

AP: Prolonged Redistricting Fight Keeps Texas in Limbo

Also, Kiley wants her new voter registration card.