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Even the Dem division is bigger in Texas

Christiana Purves - March 5, 2018

The Democrat establishment is looking to relive their 2016 victory of tearing down the progressive wing of the party tomorrow during Texas’ primary elections.

One prime example of Democrat division infiltrating these primaries is the infighting that’s filled the airwaves over the Democrat candidates for Texas’ 7th Congressional district. With seven candidates running for the nomination, the infighting has rapidly escalated, putting the DCCC and the DNC at odds with one another.

Bernie’s group “Our Revolution” went so far as to say: “the DCCC’s ridiculous attacks on Laura Moser are why Democrats nationally have lost over 1,100 seats.”

Everything really is bigger in Texas, especially Democrat infighting.

For more on the Dem division in Texas, see RNC Research’s latest. 


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