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Lewd tweets, the N-word and just plain weirdness: A wild-card candidate rattles education board races.

Eight seats are in play for the 15-member State Board of Education, which decides what Texas children are taught. Democrats hope to pick up seats in November, but for now, both parties just want to see Robert Morrow lose his GOP primary.

Robert Murrow at a Texas Tribune Event on May 10, 2018.

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