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2024 Texas Elections

Democrats think they can flip Texas House seats by going after GOP’s education funding and school voucher policies

Much of the House battlefield is centered in districts with struggling schools, where Democrats hope public education will resonate at the ballot box.

Third grade teacher Eran McGowan watches students demonstrate their answers to the class at the Eddie Bernice Johnson STEM Academy in Dallas, Texas on Feb. 5, 2024.

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