May 23, 2016

Tables turn on outspoken school board candidate - Houston Chronicle

On Tuesday, Bruner received 48 percent of the vote in a three-person GOP primary for a seat on the Texas State Board of Education, falling just short of the 50 percent needed to claim victory. The chosen Republican candidate is expected to beat her Democratic opponent in the general election. The board changed the state's social studies standards in 2010 after it decided that the previous...

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