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Should Texas Democrats cross over and vote in GOP primaries?It’s hard to imagine a world in which Texas Republicans reject Donald Trump as their nominee for president in the March GOP primary. Despite mounting criminal charges and his attempt to overturn the last election, which he lost, the former president has a sixty percentage point polling lead over his nearest competitor among likely Republican voters. But in Texas, not everyone who votes in the GOP primary needs to be a “Republican voter.” Take Zach Hinds, for instance: a Democrat in Arlington. He told me excitedly earlier this month that he had hatched a plan: he will cast a ballot for Trump’s chief foe, former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, assuming she hasn’t dropped out by the start of early voting, on February 20. “Priority number one…

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