REPORT: Army combat veteran wins Republican primary in new Texas district

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Wesley Hunt, an Army combat veteran, won the Republican nomination for a House seat in one of Texas’s new congressional districts on Tuesday.

Texas was the only state that saw enough population growth in the 2020 census to add two new congressional seats to its delegation. The new 37th District leans Democratic, while the 38th, now won by Hunt, is heavily Republican.

The article goes on to state the following:

Hunt ran a close congressional race against Democratic Rep. Lizzie Panhill Fletcher in 2020 in a different Houston-area district. He was seen as a front-runner in the new 38th District and was endorsed in the race by former President Donald Trump and other Republicans, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.


“I am honored to receive the Republican nomination for Congress in #TX38. I was born and raised in this district and now I will have the incredible privilege of representing the people of this district. Thank you!” Hunt wrote on Twitter.

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