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Clinton campaign buys Texas TV ad time in rare move for Democrats

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is going on the air in solid-red Texas, a remarkable move by a Democratic presidential nominee as her Republican rival, Donald Trump, struggles across the country. Clinton is launching a one-week ad buy in the Lone Star State that highlights the Dallas Morning...
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