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Budget Fun: Guess the Signature [Updated]

If the signatures of state representatives on the hundreds of amendments to HB1 are any indication, possession of legible handwriting is not a prereqisite for holding elective office.

State Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock (l), R-Killeen, and State Rep. John Otto (r), R-Dayton, wait to speak on HB4 supplemental house…

If the signatures of state representatives on the hundreds of amendments to HB1 are any indication, possession of legible handwriting is not a prereqisite for holding elective office.

We've selected the 10 most indecipherable John Hancocks from the more than 370 amendments. As the budget debate drags on late into the night, keep your mind nimble by seeing if you can identify each one. Post your guesses in the comments, and we will reveal the answers when the debate comes to an end.

 

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Answers:1) Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer 2) Rep. Armando Martinez 3) Rep. James White 4) Rep. Paul Workman 5) Rep. Phil King 6) Rep. John Davis 7) Rep. Sid Miller 8) Rep. Marc Veasey 9) Rep. Larry Phillips 10) Rep. Ryan Guillen

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