Guest Column: The 2013 Texas House, From Right to Left

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Editor's note: Mark P. Jones, chairman of Rice University's political science department, has updated his rankings of Texas state representatives based on their votes during this year’s regular and special sessions. Some things you might already suspect, like the fact that Jonathan Stickland, R-Bedford, was statistically the most conservative voter in the House this year and that Nicole Collier, D-Fort Worth, was the most liberal voter. Who was on the border line? Ryan Guillen of Rio Grande City was the most conservative Democratic voter, and Sarah Davis of West University Place was the most liberal Republican ...

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