When another Texas governor had his eyes on the presidency, he and his team left nothing to chance.
John C. Moritz
Corpus Christi Caller Times
AUSTIN, Texas — If Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is planning to run for president in 2024, he’d probably be running already.
At least behind the scenes.
Texas governors, by virtue of the national profile they achieve as the leader of the second-largest state and because Texas can be counted on to make both good and bad national news on any given day of the year, are pretty much always in the mix whenever the discussion turns to presidential politics. And it’s no different for Abbott, a Republican who this month began his third term as governor and who has an unbroken winning streak in statewide elections that dates to the 1990s.
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