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June 2, 2014 5:11 PM

Burnam’s options are few in election contest

When 17-year state Rep. Lon Burnam of Fort Worth filed a suit on March 25 challenging his 111-vote loss in the March 4 Democratic primary to businessman Ramon Romero Jr., it was important that the matter be resolved quickly so as not to leave the election results uncertain.

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