If Democrats still believe a blue wave is coming this fall, they may want to write off Texas and concentrate on other states. Turnout in the recent gubernatorial runoff was extremely weak for Democrats.
The Texas Tribune reports:
Voter turnout in a Texas Democratic gubernatorial runoff hasn’t been this low in nearly 100 years
A tiny fraction of Texas registered voters had an outsized impact on the May 22 runoffs. Here’s a look at what you need to know about Tuesday night’s election returns — and what they mean for the November general election:
Democrat Lupe Valdez will take on Republican Gov. Greg Abbott in November.
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