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WASHINGTON – While they could have done better, realistically this was about as good as credit unions could have hoped for. Of the 69 CURIA co-sponsors, 66 were re-elected. Congressman Ciro Rodriguez (D-Texas) actually lost his primary race to attorney Henry Cuellar, who went on to win the seat. Another Texas Democrat, Nick Lampson, lost his race for re-election to Judge Ted Poe (R). Additionally, Ken Lucas (D-Ky.) did not seek re-election. His seat was won by a newcomer to the political arena, Republican Geoff Davis. The remaining 66 co-sponsors shown on these pages won.

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