Texas Tribune: “Susan Wright’s campaign had News Block to feel good Tuesday morning, after a tele-rally with former President Donald Trump the night before and armed with internal polls showing she had a comfortable lead over her fellow Republican opponent . But anxiety set in as the day progressed and his campaign had a higher turnout than expected. Then a couple of hours before the polls closed, his consultant, Matt Langston, got a call. “
“It was from a campaign worker at a polling place, and they said the type of voters who showed up had ‘definitely changed.’ How do you know that? Langston asked.
Said the worker: “Because everyone wears masks.”
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