Officeholder Republican Governor Greg Abbott and Beto O'Rourke are set to go head to head in the November political race for Texas lead representatives after winning their party's essential political race.
Abbott effectively won the Republican Party's gesture in his bid for a third term. He confronted two high-profile challengers from the extreme conservative of his party - previous state Republican Party seat Allen West and previous State Sen. Wear Huffines of Dallas. Be that as it may, he won over 65% of the vote, effectively keeping away from a spillover.
He will confront Democrat Beto O'Rourke in November. The previous El Paso Congressman and bombed U.S. Senate applicant won over 90% of Democratic crucial votes.
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