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February 15, 2012

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Amy

Well, I guess we'll just have to see if Dist. 10 can have someone new occupy that seat. Thanks to Ms. Davis and others of her ilk, we are now facing major obstacles with our primary, not to mention expense and inconvenience. Way to represent the people.

Russ

If there is anyone to blame about the obstacles facing the
RPT scheduling their convention is the RPT themselves. They brought this mess upon themselves by drawing maps the maps that couldn't be pre-cleared by law. which creates litigation. Which requires a lot of time.

Jon

Not sure how you get increased expense, the cost didn't change, just the date. I would suggest that if the original map wasn't so completely gerrymandered to screw over Davis and the two minority communities that got attached to districts in suburban Denton County and rural Johnson County, this wouldn't have happened in the first place.

Keith

Easy solution: split the primaries and let Davis, Veasly, Burnham and all their slimy cohorts pay for the congressional one.

Scott

I will take pleasure in voting Davis out of my district.

Mike

If you are pro 2nd Amendment Wendy Davis is NOT for you.

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