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Ethics Allegations Shake Up Attorney General Race

The first round of the GOP fight for attorney general resembled most of the Republican primary battles this year. But in the runoff, allegations that one candidate broke the law may have shifted the dynamics of the race.

State Rep. Dan Branch, R-Dallas, and state Sen. Ken Paxton, R-McKinney, are in a runoff for attorney general.

The battle for the Republican nomination for attorney general resembled most of the GOP primary fights this year: Candidates raced to the right, trying to claim the title of most conservative. But with less than a month until the primary runoff, one candidate has been busy fending off allegations that he broke the law

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