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Republican Dr. Mark Shelton Challenges Democrat Wendy Davis To Stop “Chasing” Redistricting Lawsuits and Start Debating

  • Republican Dr. Mark Shelton Challenges Democrat Wendy Davis To Stop “Chasing” Redistricting Lawsuits and Start Debating

      February 17, 2012     Press Release

    Shelton now heavily favored in a district where Republicans averaged 57% in 2010 and highest Democrat vote was 45%

    While Democrat State Senator Wendy Davis has been pursuing redistricting lawsuits and spending time in federal courts in San Antonio and Washington D.C., including a rejected voting rights claim before the US Supreme Court, her Republican opponent, pediatrician and State Representative Mark Shelton, has repeatedly said that he would run against Davis regardless of the boundaries.
    Now, both candidates will finally get their wish.
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  • Physician and State Representative Mark Shelton Announces For Senate District 10

      October 13, 2011     Press Release

    Congresswoman Kay Granger & over 100 conservative leaders and doctors unite behind Shelton campaign

    Ft. Worth Republican State Representative Mark Shelton today announced his campaign for State Senate District 10 with endorsements from over 100 Tarrant County leaders, doctors, local elected officials, and Congresswoman Kay Granger.

    Shelton, a pediatrician with Cook Children’s Hospital, was first elected to the Texas House in 2008, where he currently serves on the Committees on Appropriations and Public Education.

    “I’m running for Senate District 10 because like the dozens of local conservative leaders who’ve honored me with their endorsement, I understand that Tarrant County needs effective and conservative representation in the Texas Senate.” As a member of the House Committee on Appropriations, Shelton helped create a balanced budget without raising taxes, despite a record $27 billion shortfall.
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