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November 06, 2012

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Brian Marin

"FORT WORTH — State Sen. Wendy Davis declared victory late Tuesday night in her bitterly-fought battle with Republican challenger Mark Shelton for the District 10 seat.
The two candidates were locked in a virtual tie for nearly two hours waiting for Election Day vote totals after the early voting returns were posted at 7 o'clock.
Davis pulled away as the evening progressed, and by 11 o'clock, with 97 percent of precincts tallied, the incumbent maintained a 51-49 percent margin and a lead of nearly 6,000 votes. "We can have a Texas that's good for business and good for hard-working families," Davis told cheering supporters. "We will never give up on Texas, and I will never give up on you!""

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