Delayed Texas primary may be setback for Perry campaign

December 17, 2011 20:30

SAN ANTONIO - A panel of three federal judges approved a plan late Friday to delay the Texas primary elections to April 3 from March 6, a move that could be a blow to Republican Governor Rick Perry's presidential hopes.

A likely victory in Texas on March 6 could have helped Perry because it's Super Tuesday, when 10 other states are holding primaries or caucuses. Now, Texas' primary will be toward the end of the primary season calendar.The delay came amid a series of legal challenges to the state's legislative and congressional redistricting maps.

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