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Three people have filed so far for the Republican Party nomination in Victoria County offices up for election in 2020, said Bill Pozzi, the Victoria County Republican Party chairman.

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Editor’s note: The Victoria Advocate is presenting a series of articles by the League of Women Voters about all the state issues and races on the Nov. 5 ballot. To read more about the election, go to VictoriaAdvocate.com/eedition.

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Members of the state House had a news conference in Rockport on Thursday to discuss the House’s efforts that led to the passage of significant Hurricane Harvey recovery and disaster preparedness legislation in the 86th Legislature.

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Architect Rawley McCoy will be Victoria’s next mayor after winning more than 51% of all votes cast in Saturday’s local election, according to the unofficial results.



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    Wonderful program...except they are not crocheting, they are using a knitting loom. I do love how they are teaching them to use the looms, a terrific skill!

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