Analysis: In Donald Trump's midterm, Texas voters tap the brakes
from The Texas Tribune
Midterms are report cards for presidents; ask Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Holding an election halfway through a presidency gives voters a chance to adjust their representation. And in Texas this year, those voters moved the dial a bit to the left, both by electing Democrats to replace Republicans in the state Legislature and in Congress, and by whacking the electoral margins Texas Republicans have come to expect.
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