Analysis: Big Money, Big Names Mark HD-108 Race

UNIVERSITY PARK — The Republican House district that sits smack dab in the middle of the Dallas County map is up for grabs in a May 27 runoff where, oddly, the run to the right that marks other Texas contests has been relatively muted.

State Rep. Dan Branch, R-Dallas, is running for attorney general, leaving the House District 108 seat open for the first time since 2002. The first round drew three Republicans, and one, Morgan Meyer, came within about 400 votes of an outright victory. But that was back in March, and Meyer is now facing Chart Westcott in the ...

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