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June 8, 2012 | Texas Election Analysis

Video duration: 27:56

Redistricting pushed the Texas primaries from March to May which diluted the impact of the Presidential race in Texas. Confusion over the date change combined with the usual apathy at the polls caused some surprises. Texas Tribune Editor Emily Ramshaw and Executive Editor Ross Ramsey join us with some analysis and to give us an idea of what we can expect between now and November.

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