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Texas Elections, 2002

ONE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 – 9 P.M., NOVEMBER 6 | MUSEUM OF PRINTING HISTORY, 1324 WEST CLAY STREET (BETWEEN WAUGH AND MONTROSE, AND BETWEEN WEST GRAY AND WEST DALLAS)

Richard Murray, professor of political science and director of the University of Houston Center for Public Policy, will analyze the Texas election of 2002. Speaking one day after the election, Professor Murray will discuss the results of the 2002 vote and its effects on public policy and partisan alignment.

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