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District profile:
Politically, the 22nd District remains Republican, but not quite as strongly as it was before the 2003 redistricting.
2004 results: Tom DeLay (R) defeated Richard Morrison (D) by 55-41%.
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REPUBLICAN CHALLENGERS

Tom DeLay resigned after his name was printed on the ballot, and four Republicans are running in a Nov. 7 special election to replace him. Three of those candidates are also running as write-ins in the general election.


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NICK LAMPSON (D)
Lampson, a former congressman, was unopposed in the primary.

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