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6/29/04

Congressman Stenholm Meets With Lubbock Residents

"A year ago I didn't think I would be campaigning in this newly formed district," said District 17 Congressman Charlie Stenholm.

Due to redistricting, the congressman will face off against current District 19 Representative Randy Neugebauer. On Tuesday Congressman Stenholm answered questions from people here in Lubbock at a meeting at the American Legion Post 575.

The District 17 election is in November.

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