Give political donors an opportunity to say no, and they'll almost always accept it.
Delays in the primary dates aren't enough reason to hit the brakes — sooner or later, there will be an election. But the uncertainty over political lines — and which maps will be used for this year's elections — is dampening some candidates' ability to raise money.
"It would be a whole lot better if we knew who to ask," said Steve Ray, a Republican political consultant with several clients in districts that change dramatically from one map to the next.
Court fights over Texas redistricting ...