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Move over Helen Mirren, there's a new woman starring in "The Queen." That's the name of Rick Perry's latest ad attacking Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Gov. Rick Perry's tapping into an anti-government groundswell with his latest ad. It's called "Tenth Amendment."
Kay Bailey Hutchison's newest commercial touts her endorsements from Texas newspapers, emphasizing their scorn for Rick Perry rather their praise for her.
Democratic Lt. Gov. candidate Linda Chavez-Thompson will be appearing in selected Texas TV markets starting on Friday, with this colorful new spot.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White asks Texans, "Do you think you're getting your money's worth out of state government?"
With early voting starting next week and public poll numbers in the twenties, U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison's latest spot aims to remind voters why they should like her more than the incumbent governor.
Gov. Rick Perry's latest TV spot marks the first appearance of "liberal Barney Frank" in Texas's GOP primary race ad wars.
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison's campaign took a new approach in its Super Bowl ad: Humor.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate releases his second ad.
Kay Bailey Hutchison's newest ad — coming on the heels of polls showing an increase in Gov. Rick Perry's lead and a slide in Hutchison's support — attacks the incumbent for ties to lobbyists.
The former Houston mayor hits the airwaves.