While Tom DeLay and Henry Cuellar Draw National Attention, State House Republican Primaries Reflect Growing Tension within the Texas GOP
DeLay/Craddick Faction Attempts to Punish Five GOP Education Moderates While Working to Save Endangered Voucher Proponent
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National political reporters have understandably focused on today’s hot Texas congressional primaries involving Bush Administration allies Tom DeLay in Houston and Henry Cuellar in South Texas. However, there are half a dozen Republican State House primaries that better reflect the intense battle Republicans in Texas are having with themselves.
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