Democrats Veasey, Garcia battle for U.S. House seat nomination

Democrats Veasey, Garcia battle for U.S. House seat nomination

Fort Worth : TX : USA | Jul 31, 2012 at 7:32 PM PDT
Source: The Dallas Morning News
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Former Dallas state Rep. Domingo Garcia, left, and Fort Worth state Rep. Marc Veasey squared off in a debate earlier this month in Dallas. (David Woo/Dallas Morning News) Updated at 7:03 p.m.: Polls have closed, and here's the early voting numbers in District 33. FULL ARTICLE AT The Dallas Morning News
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