Texas Tribune: The most competitive races in Texas’ midterm elections

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We just finished a remarkably busy round of early voting, and Texans have just one more day — tomorrow — to cast ballots for candidates in 14 statewide offices, 36 congressional seats, seven of 15 seats on the State Board of Education, 15 of the 31 seats in the Texas Senate and 150 seats in the Texas House — and that’s before you get to local races and referenda lower on the ballot.

Dallas Morning News: Obama endorses 9 Texas Democrats in midterms: 5 in DFW Texas House races

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Julie Johnson, who’s running against Rinaldi to represent northwest Dallas County, said she was honored to receive the endorsement.

“Just as President Obama made it his priority to make health care and education a central part of his legacy, I will be striving to do the same down in Austin so we can make House District 115 an even better place to live and work,” she said in a written statement. “This isn’t just my endorsement — it’s an endorsement of the incredible fight we have put up thus far, together.”

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