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Two Democrats vie for party representation in U.S. Rep. District 10 race

Published on February 29, 2016 under CommunityImpact

Two candidates are hoping to win the Democratic primary election March 1 to face incumbent U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, who has held the seat since 2005. Congressional District 10 covers portions of Northwest, North and West Austin and Pflugerville. The district also encompasses a large portion of the state between Austin and Houston as wall as parts of Katy, Tomball and Cypress outside of Houston. McCaul, an Austin resident, is running uncontested in the Republication primary election. Running in the Democratic primary election are Cypress resident Tawana Cadien and Katy resident Scot Gallaher.

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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock

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