Politics & Government

October 31, 2010

Texas Gov. Perry stands tall in anti-incumbent year

Any candidate who has been in office for a decade and wants four more years in the same job might be expected to encounter stiff resistance. But Rick Perry, Texas' longest-serving governor, appears to be defying anti-incumbent hostility by railing against an officeholder who isn't on the ballot: President Barack Obama.

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