In lieu of a face-to-face debate, Rick Perry and Bill White are separately sitting down with the press between now and Election Day. This morning, WFAA-TV in Dallas aired back-to-back interviews with Perry and White discussing immigration, insurance and the coming budget crisis.
by Elise Hu
In separate thirty-minute interviews that aired this morning, Gov. Rick Perry and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White sat down with WFAA-TV's Brad Watson and Gromer Jeffers Jr. of the Dallas Morning News to talk about the campaign so far. The consecutively taped segments feature the candidates discussing the coming budget crisis, immigration and insurance. The uncut interviews are available below.
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