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It's Perry vs. White in Texas     Permalink

Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) easily defeated Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) in the Texas gubernatorial primary yesterday by a margin of 51% to 30%. Since he crossed the 50% threshold, there will not be a runoff and he will face former Houston mayor Bill White (D) in the general election. This race is expected to be the Democrats' best shot at the governor's mansion in decades as the moderate White is well known and popular in the state and Perry has acquired many enemies in his long tenure as governor. Suggesting that Texas could secede from the union probably didn't win him a lot of support among moderates.

Zuckerman Will Not Run Against Gillibrand     Permalink

Billionaire real estate tycoon Mort Zuckerman, who was mulling a challenge to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has decided not to make the run. Unless former governor George Pataki (R) gets into the race, seen as unlikely, Gillibrand is probably home free. She has no announced Democratic opponents and only one Republican, former congressman Rick Lazio, who polls show her defeating decisively.

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