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is not whether not Alvarado is courting GOP voters (in a close race as her's you need to court as many people as you can to win) but what exactly is she saying to the GOP voters to get them on board with her. That would be what I would like to know.

Secondly, Gallegos, the "stalwart champion of progressive values" you speak of, "allegedly" endorsed Alvarado and his family is backing Alvarado.

At this point what this article contains gives me some discomfort, but not enough to discomfort to discount Alvarado as a good Democrat.

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When Republicans challenge other Republicans in Texas, it's always about which one is the most conservative. Which one can get the farthest to the right. And when Democrats challenge Democrats, it's very often the same goddamned thing. Why do you suppose that is?

Why is it that Democrats think that pretending to be a kinder, gentler version of a Republican is the best way to get elected?

Because Texas is a "conservative" state, you say?

Or might it be because their paid political advisers -- whose clients include representatives of both parties -- urge them to 'moderate' their views to attract crossover votes? That bipartisanship and agreeable compromise is what voters desire in this era of Balkanized politics?

There, I made of few of your arguments for you. You got anything to add?

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