AUSTIN — Incumbent politicians can breathe a little easier now that three federal judges have declared they won’t redraw the state’s political maps or delay the 2014 primary elections.
The nightmare of new districts and a prolonged primary campaign haunted many Republican lawmakers fearful they might lose their conservative majorities or face a tea party challenger. The San Antonio court’s order on Friday afternoon allows them to move forward with certainty about which voters they’ll need to mobilize on March 4.
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