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Wichita County Democratic Association Fundraiser

 The Wichita County Democratic Association and the Midwestern State University Democrats held a fundraiser Saturday evening.

The fundraiser honored inductees of Wichita County into the Democratic Hall of Honor.

Both Sam Houston, the Democratic candidate for Attorney General in Texas and Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic candidate for Lt. Governor were on hand at the fundraiser as guest speakers.

All of the proceeds  from this fundraiser will go towards the first ever Lt. Governor debate in Texas history with Van de Putte and Dan Patrick. 
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