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Texas 2022 Elections

Can Democrats in Tarrant County replicate the success they had in 2018 and 2020?

Democrats hope population growth and Republican infighting will help them win in the state’s third-most-populous county — and finally break through in statewide races.

The Tarrant County Elections Administration building in Fort Worth, TX on July 22, 2022.

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Republican Tim O'Hare, left, and Democrat Deborah Peoples are candidates for Tarrant County judge in the November election.

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