Dallas Democratic precinct chairs Rebecca Carter, left, and Melissa Thrailkill argue that Texas Democrats need to stop playing nice to win in 2018. Photo taken in Dallas, Texas, on Feb. 24, 2017.
Dallas Democratic precinct chairs Rebecca Carter, left, and Melissa Thrailkill argue that Texas Democrats need to stop playing nice to win in 2018. Photo taken in Dallas, Texas, on Feb. 24, 2017. Alex Daugherty McClatchy
Dallas Democratic precinct chairs Rebecca Carter, left, and Melissa Thrailkill argue that Texas Democrats need to stop playing nice to win in 2018. Photo taken in Dallas, Texas, on Feb. 24, 2017. Alex Daugherty McClatchy

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