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Texas-map

A physical map of Texas [1]

Texas is the second largest state in the Union. It is very populous. The capital city is Austin.

It was one of the most conservative states in the United States but Democrats could stand a chance in many districts in 2020. [2] .

Demography

Texas has three main demographics, one, a "Latino Beltway" along the south, two, a "Population Zone" in Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin (the most liberal city in Texas), and three, a "Nobody, Nowhere Place," where only a few people live. George W. Bush is from the third. Texas has a high Republican count, and America's "favorite" former dictator claims Texas as its home state.

Police

In Texas, if the police don’t like you, especially if your skin color is brown rather than white the police can arrest you for nothing and say it was public intoxication. [3] In the USA presidential elections 2008 Barack Obama had won in large cities like Dallas and Houston in the south of Texas, but the rest of Texans (especially the ones who live in a rural community) voted for John McCain. Texas is part of the Bible Belt.

Kennedy assassination

President John F. Kennedy was brutally murdered by Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas, during the beginning of his reelection campaign.

Bush

Dubya was apparently raised in Texas, which gives rise to the question of Texas's ability to maintain order and protect its citizens' Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.

Animal cruelty

Small animals are used as lures to train greyhounds for racing, these animals often have their bones broken so their cries will excite the dogs. Texas is one of the states where this inhuman practise is legal or if it isn't legal the law isn't enforced. The greyhounds are unfortunately treated badly too. [4]

People from Texas

See also

References

  1. Freeworldmaps.net
  2. Meet the Democratic women looking to turn Texas blue in 2020
  3. [1]
  4. Greyhounds: Racing to Their Deaths


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