Here are the 7 Houston Democrats who want a chance to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. John Culberson
WASHINGTON – Democrats gave up their historic grip of Texas' 7th congressional district in 1966, when George H. W. Bush, then a rising star in Harris County GOP politics, was elected as the first-ever Republican to represent Houston.
One of the wealthiest districts in the state, it has remained in Republican hands ever since, with it's current incumbent, John Culberson, in office since 2001.
But something unexpected happened on Donald Trump's march to the White House in the 2016: He lost the upscale district in western Houston and suburban Harris County to Democrat Hillary Clinton, 48.5... read more
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