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The miracle would require a sharp increase in turnout by Hispanic voters, coupled with moderate Republicans rejecting the extreme policies embraced by the Texas GOP. A long-shot — but miracles can happen. But is Texas ready for Lupe Valdez? Last year protests reverberated through the Texas capitol as an emboldened, conservative-dominated state legislature introduced bills on culture wars topics dear to the Trump administration, such as forcing local police to cooperate with federal immigration agents, boosting border security, rolling back transgender rights, restricting abortion and suppressing the liberal inclinations of major cities. Despite the shifting demographics, Republicans remain formidable in rural and suburban areas and Democrats have endured so many statewide losses for so long that they struggle to find well-funded, high-calibre candidates. It would rank as one of the greatest political upsets of and a stunning rebuke to Trumpism: She is a Latina and that means potentially increasing support from women in Texas as well as Latinos; these are groups that the party needs to excite in order to be competitive in future elections.

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The building, a largely empty shell, exudes a sense of ongoing restoration that could stand as a metaphor for Texas Democrats in general.

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Born in San Antonio, the youngest of eight children of Mexican American migrant farm workers, Valdez, 70, was a captain in the US army reserve, a prison guard and a senior agent in the Department of Homeland Security, working drug and undercover investigations. A Democrat has not won a statewide race in Texas since Far from turning Texas blue, or even purple, Davis lost to her Republican opponent, Greg Abbott, by 20 points. Still, there was guarded optimism at her campaign launch on Sunday. She won re-election three times in Dallas county before announcing last month that she would resign to stand for Texas governor. Amid worries that hard-won rights are under threat — lawmakers narrowly failed to pass an anti-transgender bathroom bill — at least 43 openly LGBTQ candidates are running for office in Texas this year, three times as many as ever before, according to OutSmart magazine. The miracle would require a sharp increase in turnout by Hispanic voters, coupled with moderate Republicans rejecting the extreme policies embraced by the Texas GOP.

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The miracle would require a sharp increase in turnout by Hispanic voters, coupled with moderate Republicans rejecting the extreme policies embraced by the Texas GOP. Amid worries that hard-won rights are under threat — lawmakers narrowly failed to pass an anti-transgender bathroom bill — at least 43 openly LGBTQ candidates are running for office in Texas this year, three times as many as ever before, according to OutSmart magazine. There were lofty hopes for the candidate, former state senator Wendy Daviswho enjoyed significant funding and name recognition after her filibuster against a restrictive abortion law went viral and attracted national attention. Still, there was guarded optimism at her campaign launch on Sunday. The building, a largely empty shell, exudes a sense of ongoing restoration that could stand as a metaphor for Texas Democrats in general. It would rank as one of the greatest political upsets of and a stunning rebuke to Trumpism:

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