Texans Head to Polls in Rough Gov. PrimarySubmitted by ksack on Tue, 03/02/2010 - 13:21
AUSTIN, Texas -- Voters will finally get their chance Tuesday to weigh in on Texas' long, rough gubernatorial primary.
Both Republican Gov. Rick Perry and rival Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison planned a last round of public appearances in Dallas, with Hutchison stopping at a polling place and Perry, in his official role as governor, participating in a military-related Texas Independence Day celebration.
The two are vying for the Republican gubernatorial nomination along with party activist Debra Medina. Medina is a favorite of many tea party voters and could pull in enough support to force a runoff.
If no one wins a majority of Tuesday's vote, the top two finishers will face off April 13.
let's flood the comments for medina! fox news is pretending she doesn't matter.