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Old 11-09-2022, 04:49 PM
 
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To get rid of Paxton, Abbott, Patrick, etc., dems need to actually vote. They don’t vote because they believe they can’t win. And they can’t win because they don’t vote.
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Old 11-10-2022, 01:51 PM
 
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To get rid of Paxton, Abbott, Patrick, etc., dems need to actually vote. They don’t vote because they believe they can’t win. And they can’t win because they don’t vote.
Dem's actually had a pretty strong turnout in TX. Beto technically received more actual votes than Newsom did which is pretty significant for a state with 10 million less people than CA. TX just has alot of populated rural land which is hard to contend against.
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Old 11-10-2022, 03:04 PM
 
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Dem's actually had a pretty strong turnout in TX. Beto technically received more actual votes than Newsom did which is pretty significant for a state with 10 million less people than CA. TX just has alot of populated rural land which is hard to contend against.
The majority didn’t vote though. According to the TX Tribune, ”45.7% of the 17.7 million registered voters cast ballots in the 2022 midterm election”. And only 35% of young voters (who are much more likely to vote blue) turned up.
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Old 11-10-2022, 04:31 PM
 
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Plenty of Texans agreed….3.7 million people voted for the other 2 candidates.

Unfortunately, 4.25 million Texans have no problems with a criminal and election denier in the state’s top legal role.
Well, look how many Americans voted for the Clintons and Biden. All crooks from the same cloth as Paxton and the Collin County cabal.
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