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On the other hand, Texas is classically a rugged place, so Texas girls are also taught not to take any lip from anyone and to stand on their own two feet without expecting to be rescued. Women raised in the Lone Star State are brought up to be polite to everyone, good hostesses and are salt-of-the-earth wholesome.In Texas, the Democrat-dominated legislature excluded them through passage of a poll tax and white primary.As can be seen on the graph at the following link, voter turnout in Texas declined dramatically following these disenfranchisement measures, and Southern voting turnout was far below the national average.Republican support in Texas had been based almost exclusively in the free black communities, particularly in Galveston, and in the so-called "German counties" – the rural Texas Hill Country inhabited by German immigrants and their descendants, who had opposed slavery in the antebellum period.The German counties continued to run Republican candidates. Wurzbach was elected from the 14th district from 1920 to 1926, contesting and finally winning the election of 1928, and being re-elected in 1930.Texas girls are brought up believing that women should be ladylike, but also that she should always stick up for herself, so if she's pushed into a corner, she's gonna push back. It's a courtship ritual, and if you can do it well, that's attractive to a Texas girl.You can take the girl out of Texas, but you can't take Texas out of the girl.
In the post-Reconstruction era, by the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Republican Party became non-competitive in the South, due to Democrat-dominated legislatures' disenfranchisement of blacks and many poor whites and Latinos.
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For approximately 99 years, from after Reconstruction until the 1990s, the Democratic Party dominated Texas politics.
In a reversal of alignments, since the late 1960s the Republican Party has grown more prominent within the state based on an influx of primarily white voters (the majority in the state) from the Democratic Party.
By the mid-1990s, it became the state's dominant political party.