From the Texas House of Representatives website:
Born and raised in the Texas Panhandle, State Representative Walter T. Price, IV - known as "Four" since childhood - is honored to serve the people of Texas' House District 87, which consists of Carson, Hutchinson, Moore, Potter, and Sherman counties.
Price is currently serving his second term as State Representative. He was first elected ...
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