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The House Numbers, the Lake House Numbers: How House numbers stack up on the national stage

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A new national political ad campaign from the House of Representatives and the state of Texas has the Republican Party talking about the importance of a “house number” to Texas politics.

The House numbers are a way for voters to show their support for a candidate by giving their support to a specific House member.

It’s a popular way to highlight the number of people in a district that represents a key voting bloc.

Texas is known for its Republican leanings.

In 2016, there were only 3.9 percent more Republicans than Democrats in the state, according to the most recent census data.

This year, there are more Republicans and Democrats in Texas than in any other state.

House Republicans have been focused on the number since Trump’s victory, particularly on the 2018 election when Texas had more Republicans elected to the House than any other U.S. state.

The House numbers help the party show its strength.

Texas has been a state in which a number of political parties are known for their numbers.

The Republicans have won the majority of the House in both of its recent elections.

In 2019, the Republican party won more than 60 percent of the seats in the House, according the Texas Tribune.

The GOP has also gained seats in state legislatures, most recently the 21st House District in 2018.

But the party has been struggling to keep the majority, especially in the Senate, and it is not likely to be able to keep that number.

House Speaker Joe Straus, a Republican, is pushing to increase the number and boost the power of the GOP.

His party is currently the only party that can win a majority in the Texas House.

He told the Dallas Morning News that he would push for an increase in the number, saying it could be a “game changer.”

“We need more people,” Straus told the paper.

“We need to grow the party, we need more votes.”

House Republicans are also planning to launch an ad campaign, with an estimated budget of about $50 million, that will highlight the impact of House Democrats’ record of being “toxic” to the state.

“If the Democrats can get 50,000 votes in a single district and a district gets less than 20,000, you can see a big change in Texas,” said Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a Democrat.

“I think that if we can get 60,000 to come out, we’re going to win.

If we can do that, we’ll win Texas.”

In Texas, there have been a number for the state party to consider when determining which candidates are eligible for office, including the age of a candidate, the race to be the Democratic nominee and how many seats a candidate holds.

The state’s Republican party, for instance, does not allow a candidate to be more than 30 years old.

House Majority Leader Joe Straos, a Texas Republican, said that he wants to increase funding for the party in order to ensure that the party’s candidates are elected.

He said that if the number is too low, there’s a reason for it.

“I think if you can’t get people who are 30 or older, you’ll just be putting them out there, and they’ll just go away,” Straos told the Morning News.

The number of House seats is not the only indicator of how big a force the House is in Texas.

The party also holds the state’s most powerful legislative body, the House Rules Committee.

The committee is where all of the votes in Texas are recorded and all of its action is taken.

If a candidate receives 50 percent of all the votes cast in the district, the committee votes on the nomination to be added to the ballot.

If a candidate gets 50 percent or more of the vote in the seat, the chair of the committee decides whether the candidate can be elected.

There are many different ways to win in Texas, said Rep, Rep. Joe Strauses.

“The number one way is the number two way.

And if you have that number, you’re going for it.”

House Speaker of the Texas Republican Party Joe Strauss says that if Republicans are successful in increasing the number in Texas and in securing a majority, the party will have more power than ever.

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