Elections 2016

May 29, 2012 7:26 AM

Texas primary to give Mitt Romney the GOP nod to face Obama

After months of sitting on the sidelines, Texas finally gets its turn to make its mark on the Republican and Democratic presidential primaries Tuesday -- and could have a greater impact than many thought possible. Experts predict that Texas voters will award Republican Mitt Romney enough delegates to clinch the presidential nomination Tuesday night.

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