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Texas: David Wallace announces write-in campaign

AP reports: The mayor of former Majority Leader Tom DeLay's Texas hometown said Wednesday he will run as a write-in candidate for DeLay's congressional seat.

DeLay announced Tuesday he was withdrawing from the race after the Supreme Court rejected attempts by the Texas Republican party to replace him on the November ballot.

David Wallace, mayor of Sugar Land, Texas, was one of the candidates under consideration by the party to replace DeLay. ...

A write-in must declare candidacy and pay a fee or submit required signatures by Aug. 29. -- Dallas Morning News | News for Dallas, Texas | Texas/Southwest

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