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Texas 2022 Elections

Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding voters he’s a Republican ahead of his November election

Hegar, who is running for his third term as Texas comptroller of public accounts, has made increasingly provocative moves in recent weeks, challenging financial companies he says are anti-oil and gas and threatening budget sanctions against Harris County over police funding.

Republican Comptroller candidate Glenn Hegar speaks with Evan Smith at TribLive on May 29, 2014.

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