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Democrat MJ Hegar wins Senate nomination in Texas

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Air Force veteran MJ Hegar has won the Democratic nomination in Texas for U.S. Senate. She will be an underdog against Republican incumbent John Cornyn but Democrats believe President Donald Trump's sagging poll numbers give them an opening. (July 15)
 
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Democrat MJ Hegar will take on incumbent Sen. John Cornyn while Candace Valenzuela will go against Republican Beth Van Duyne for the open 24th Congressional District seat.

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