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The cold caused a serious problem in Texas power system, will it change a single vote in that state?

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For years the GOP has totally controlled the state of Texas. It's main policy was deregulation in an attempt to show it works. The end result seems to be one of the largest weather crisis in Texas ever. It has effected more people than any of the hurricanes that have hit the state. So now will the people of the state show their anger at the problem by voting out many of the GOPers whose decisions seem to be the stem cause of the crisis or will they believe their governor and other GOPers and blame it on windmills and the new green deal?
 
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