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    Republican Party Dilemma Spotlighted in TX District Racei
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    March 03, 2016 5:25 AM
    Political observers say New York real estate developer Donald Trump appears to have the momentum to win the Republican presidential nomination after his big wins on Tuesday. Many party leaders and committed conservatives want to stop him, but worry that doing so could divide the party. As VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Houston, Tuesday’s election in one Texas congressional district put a spotlight on Republican challenges ahead.

    Republican Party Dilemma Spotlighted in TX District Race

    Published March 03, 2016

    Political observers say New York real estate developer Donald Trump appears to have the momentum to win the Republican presidential nomination after his big wins on Tuesday. Many party leaders and committed conservatives want to stop him, but worry that doing so could divide the party. As VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Houston, Tuesday’s election in one Texas congressional district put a spotlight on Republican challenges ahead.


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