Stockman Surrogate Stumps for Elusive Candidate

BEDFORD — Since launching his bid for U.S. Senate against incumbent John Cornyn five weeks ago, U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman has been a hard man to find. The Friendswood Republican has consented to few interviews and has done little in-person campaigning.

On Monday evening, Stockman was expected to make one of his first public appearances in Texas in months. He was scheduled to address the NE Tarrant Tea Party twice: first at a private gathering closed to the media, and later at the group’s monthly meeting.

It was not to be. Rather than hearing from Stockman directly, attendees ...

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