For Democrats, Another Bad Election Night in Texas
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Two Republicans qualified for a runoff to fill a vacant House seat in northern Texas, foiling Democrats' hopes of a breakthrough there.
AUSTIN, Texas — Democrats hoping for some encouraging signs in Texas did not find any on Saturday in a special election to fill a vacant congressional seat. Instead, they found themselves locked out of a runoff that will now see two Republicans battle for the seat in northern Texas.

The two Republicans — Susan Wright, who was endorsed by President Donald J. Trump, and State Representative…
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