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    A Texas businesswoman earlier this year won over many conservatives after she kept her salon open despite government mandates that “non-essential” businesses like hers remain closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, she’s running for Texas’s state senate, according to the Texas Tribune.

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    Shelley Luther announced Saturday that she’ll run for Texas Senate District 30 in a special election. The seat has been held by Pat Fallon, who is heavily favored to defeat Democrat Russell Foster in November in a contest to represent the state’s 4th District in the U.S. House. John Ratcliffe had been in that spot before joining the Trump administration in May as director of national intelligence.

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    Luther announced her bid Saturday at a “Back the Blue” rally in Denton, Texas, held in support of law

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