From now until the time he actually leaves office in January 2015, Gov. Rick Perry will be in a spot he clearly loves: Center stage.
In announcing his decision not to seek re-election Monday, the governor was careful not to relinquish the spotlight by keeping the state’s political community guessing about whether he will try to seek redemption for the disaster he called a presidential campaign in 2012.
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