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Wendy Davis wins Democratic primary
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Posted By: StormCnter, 3/4/2020 7:54:23 AM

AUSTIN, Texas — Wendy Davis has won the Democratic nomination in Texas’ Congressional District 21. She will run against incumbent Chip Roy in the general election on Nov. 3 to determine who will represent the district in the U.S. House of Representatives. AP called the race as Davis was ahead by a wide margin over her opponent, Jennie Lou Leeder. Davis rose to fame after delivering a nearly 13-hour filibuster as a Texas State Senator in 2013. In 2014, Davis lost to Gov. Greg Abbott in Texas’ gubernatorial race. Texas’ Congressional District 21 spans from Austin to San Antonio and covers Blanco and Gillespie counties.

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She's baaack! At least in the Dem primary.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Daisymay 3/4/2020 8:02:05 AM (No. 336414)
OMG I thought we had seen the last of her. Does she still have her running Shoes!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Nimby 3/4/2020 8:09:14 AM (No. 336424)
Sheesh! She must love humiliation!!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: govlawyer 3/4/2020 8:17:00 AM (No. 336432)
Abortion Barbie rides again!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: TLCary 3/4/2020 8:40:46 AM (No. 336461)
TX21 has a Cooks PVI R+10! She is never going to Congress. The biggest upset in memory was a R+7 that Democrats took in Texas during the bloodbath of 2018 when we lost 40 House Seats. And that was historic. That's when Conservatives Won the GOP Civil War and there was a "market correction" as the frauds that promised to overturn Obamacare screwed us and got booted. We survived the last two years quite well, even with Pelosi in charge of the House. Looking forward to November; and Wendy won't be going to DC.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: HammerDax56 3/4/2020 8:57:28 AM (No. 336475)
PRAY for the babies.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Muguy 3/4/2020 9:44:19 AM (No. 336518)
So what? That carpetbagger is going to be defeated soundly by Chip Roy.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: wakeupcall 3/4/2020 9:50:00 AM (No. 336525)
Just what Texas and America needs, another baby murderer. God Our Father continues to be not pleased with the Marxist Communist democrat voters.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: JL80863 3/4/2020 9:58:28 AM (No. 336534)
All the charm of Herpes.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: john56 3/4/2020 10:15:25 AM (No. 336555)
Working in New Braunfels (the largest city in TX-21, besides a portion of San Antonio), Chip Roy is a shoo-in for re-election. Unless Sugar Baby Abortion Barbie has been to Schlitterbahn or Wurstfest, she probably doesn't know she's in New Braunfels even if she's on IH-35 going through town. I think she actually lives in Austin or some of the neighboring Hays County suburbs of the capital city.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ming 3/4/2020 10:17:17 AM (No. 336558)
...and just as difficult to get rid off, #8.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: halfnorsk 3/4/2020 10:30:05 AM (No. 336572)
The Catheter Queen is back!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Chuzzles 3/4/2020 10:54:49 AM (No. 336613)
I had forgotten about abortion Barbie. Time to kick her back into the pit of oblivion again. Kick her harder this time Texas, maybe she will get the hint.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: kewmac 3/4/2020 11:30:44 AM (No. 336637)
Abortion Barbie!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Proud Texan 3/4/2020 12:20:46 PM (No. 336691)
@11 is point-on. The only thing Wendy Davis has ever accomplished is wearing a catheter while making a speech about how we must kill all the babies we can while wearing a catheter so she could urinate down her leg. She still thinks it is raining!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 3/4/2020 1:49:33 PM (No. 336780)
I looked up the Congressional District. The district is clearly pretty jerrymandered. A chunk of SW Austin, a chunk of NE San Antonio, and a bunch of presumably lower population density countryside. Now, which side got to set this district up, Dems or Repubs? Might be enough leftists in the Austin and San Antonio areas to overrun the fewer folks in the countryside, or could be pulling out a chunk of Austin and a chunk of San Antonio, but too small numbers to overrun the countryside folks, who I presume to be quite different voters from the Austin/San Antonio folks. Any local comments on which it is? Or maybe something else entirely?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: GO3 3/4/2020 2:05:34 PM (No. 336804)
We used to live in TX-21 and looking at the map, they redrew the district. The district used to wind down to the Rio Grande valley so we could and did end up with a dem rep on occasion. However, it was a pro-gun dem. With the district as it stands now, I'm with #4. Blanco, Gillespie counties will give Roy the win. Northern Bexar county and Comal is conservative also. She'll get shellacked.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Muguy 3/4/2020 6:07:53 PM (No. 336995)
When you look at her candidacy for Governor, she LOST the counties bordering the Rio Grande--they are pro-life, and the district she is running is is also very PRO-LIFE. Chip Roy will need people to turn out, and he will win.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: learner 3/4/2020 6:46:16 PM (No. 337030)
I cannot express enough contempt for this shrieking harpy without being booted from this site. As with all members of the death cult they call the democrat party the is a special place for her in the Inferno. When your claim to fame is filibustering for infanticide there will be a reckoning beyond this world.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 3/4/2020 7:59:02 PM (No. 337093)
Wow, how did Davis get in there?! She is a lot more attractive than your typical humorless Dem female---- think Clinton, Reno, Napolitano, Klobuchar, Warren, that Rashita beast from Michigan. the Somaliant from Minneapolis.......
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Reply 20 - Posted by: john56 3/5/2020 1:59:12 PM (No. 337751)
TX-21 is primarily Republican areas of northern San Antonio (the old money areas of Alamo Heights and Terrell Heights are pencilled in) and the Texas Hill Country of San Antonio. Lamar Smith was the congressman since God was a kid until he retired in 2018. The lines are a little crazy as TX-35 has a railroad-track sized area to link Democrat strongholds in Austin and eastern San Antonio so that Lloyd Dogstuff (Idiot D-Austin) could keep his job. Texas probably adds 3 seats next year, so there will be some changes to these seats. Plus, Texas Dems were able to draw three spaghetti-shaped districts (250 miles long and 10 miles wide) to elect three Hispanic Dems from the Rio Grande Valley and Laredo. I live in Guadalupe County and work in New Braunfels (Comal County), about an 8 mile drive. I go through THREE congressional districts (TX-15, TX-35, and TX-21) in that trip.
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