An Epic Political Rematch Taking Shape in El Paso

Voters in El Paso's House District 76 might soon see Round Two of a rough political battle between Democrats Norma Chávez and Naomi Gonzalez — whose first match more than two years ago came with plenty of personal attacks. 

Chávez, who served in the Legislature from 1997 until she was unseated by Gonzalez in 2010, has said she plans next month to formally announce her campaign to get her job back. Though she will fight in the Democratic primary against the same opponent who bested her, Chavez said she's going to do things differently this time around ...

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