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By Stuart Rothenberg Posted at 3:14 p.m. on July 8, 2013
Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s decision not to seek another term does not change the partisan outlook for the 2014 Texas gubernatorial race.
State Attorney General Greg Abbott becomes the clear favorite for the GOP nomination and for election as the Lone Star State’s next governor. Here is an interesting article about Abbott and how the fact that he was partially paralyzed at age 26 has affected his life and career.
The Texas contest remains Safe Republican in the Rothenberg Political Report/Roll Call ratings.
This blog will complement my weekly Roll Call column.
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I’m a non-partisan political analyst/handicapper who has been a Roll Call columnist for more than 20 years.
Nathan L. Gonzales is editor and publisher of the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report, founder of PoliticsinStereo.com, and has been a Roll Call contributing writer for seven years. @nathanlgonzales