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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.
Now U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison isn't the only one talking about border issues on television.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina introduces her family, trying to connect with voters as "one of us."
Kay Bailey Hutchison's latest ad, "Border Security," touts her record on the issue.
Kay Bailey Hutchison has a friend in baseball legend Nolan Ryan.
Kay Bailey Hutchison's latest campaign ad takes to the air today. They are calling it "Cha-Ching."
Just before the first GOP primary debate, Gov. Rick Perry's campaign released a new ad.
The ad, titled "Working For Us," features people thanking Perry for creating a small business-friendly environment in the state.
A burnt-orange view of "Roads."
Team Kay is on the television airwaves this week with an ad hitting Governor Rick Perry on transportation policy.