The Nov. 4 general elections are over, but voters in Texas Senate District 18 still have an important job to do. Sen. Glenn Hegar’s election to Texas comptroller means his Senate seat must be filled. Early voting began Wednesday and the election is Dec. 6. That’s little more than a month before the Texas Legislature convenes. Having a new senator in office by then is vital, with major issues such as education, health care, tax reform, water and illegal immigration facing lawmakers. District 18 must be represented by someone with an experienced, steady hand who reflects the will of the voters in this conservative district.
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