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Complex primary process proves no hurdle for eager Texas voters

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 2, 2008

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AUSTIN, Texas - Democrats around the country have fought over whether to nominate their presidential candidates through wide-open primaries or party-dominated caucuses, but party leaders in Texas kept one of each, creating a gawky hybrid that specialists say may be the most unwieldy and confusing method used anywhere in the country. (Full article: 798 words)

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