WHEN WILL TEXAS HAVE THEIR PRIMARY?

The Hispanic Blog: Judges in Texas redistricting case order more talks over voting maps to save April primary

photo illustration by: Todd Wiseman / Chris Chang for the Texas Tribune

SAN ANTONIO — A federal court sent a message Friday that the Texas primaries shouldn’t be pushed past April because of bitterly disputed voting maps and ordered the state and minority rightsgroups to spend the weekend back at the bargaining table.The fate of the Texas primaries, which have already been postponed once and risk being held too late to matter in the Republican presidential race, could be decided early as Tuesday by the San Antoniocourt. The primaries are currently scheduled for April 3, though that date appears all but dead.Read more…http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/campaigns/judges-in-texas-redistricting-case-order-more-talks-over-voting-maps-to-save-april-primary/2012/02/10/gIQAi0Jo4Q_story.html

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