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September 20, 2010

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Dan Branch displays the type of arrogant Dallas Park Cities attitude that make people love Fort Worth.

Everyone knows the current districts are drawn to help Republicans and hurt Democrats. Too often in the past, it was the opposite.

Now is the time to make sure all communities have their fair representation. That means Republicans need to give some ground, and Democrats need to avoid overreaching.

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Davis wrote, “it is particularly important that Senate District 10 be contained entirely within the borders of Tarrant County and that it include minority communities in Southeast Fort Worth, the Latino north side of Fort Worth, and core neighborhoods in Arlington.”

This makes sense to me. And for that matter there should be a congressional district with these same characteristics.

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