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Voters get say in rough primary

AUSTIN (AP) — Republican Gov. Rick Perry and rival Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison planned a last round of public appearances today as Texas voters were finally given a chance to weigh in on the long, rough gubernatorial primary race.
Both candidates had early morning appearances in Dallas. Hutchison was stopping at a polling place and Perry, in his official role as governor, was participating in a military-related Texas Independence Day celebration. The two are vying for the GOP 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.

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