Redrawn District Creates Volatile Race for Nash

State Rep. Barbara Nash, R-Arlington, was elected two years ago to represent House District 93. As she seeks a second term, her district number is the same, but just about everything else has changed.

In the Legislature’s redistricting process, Nash’s district was drastically redrawn. The new district shares just 20 percent of the population of the one that originally elected her, according to the Texas Legislative Council.

To Nash’s two Republican primary opponents, Pat Carlson and Matt Krause, Nash is like an incumbent with an asterisk next to her name. Both said that in large parts of the district ...

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