An unusually competitive contest to be Texas’ chief tax-collector and number-cruncher could end up stealing a bit of the spotlight during the 2014 Republican primaries.
The re-emergence of Debra Medina, a 2010 gubernatorial candidate at the vanguard of the tea party movement, has the potential to spice up the race for Texas comptroller if she can generate some heat among grass-roots activists.
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