Alma Aguado is running for Governor of Texas and, if Kay Bailey Hutchinson retires, for the U.S. Senate. While she says she would rather be governor, her Facebook page for politicians still reads, “Alma Aguado for U.S. Senate.”
Aguado, who would be the first Hispanic female to hold either office, and who is running her own campaign, announced her candidacy for Governor earlier this month.
“I was very enthusiastic about senator but now I think I want to be governor,” she said.
Aguado maintains a personal Facebook page which she says is her primary tool for reaching out to supporters, but her politician page cites her U.S. Senate campaign webpage as her official website and only posts a link to an article announcing her candidacy for Governor.
Facebook seems low on the candidate’s priority list — her last update before posting the link was in late August — but updating her social media effort has fallen under the radar.
“I’m going to change it, but I’m running out of time,” she said.
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