Kyle Biedermann was elected by defeating liberal Republican State Rep. Doug Miller, a longtime incumbent.
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The Herald-Zeitung, the major newspaper in New Braunfels which has endorsed Miller for reelection, accused Miller of “selectively cherry picking nuggets to paint [Biedermann] as unworthy of a seat in the Texas House of Representatives.”