Video: How Late Texas Primary Could Affect Voters, Candidates
Federal judges have set May 29 as a tentative state primary date. The Tribune's Thanh Tan explains what that date could mean for candidates, voters and the election process.
As the court battle continues over redistricting lines, federal judges have set a tentative date for the Texas primary: May 29. The Tribune's Thanh Tan explains what that later date could mean for candidates, voters and the election process.
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