Rep. Lampson won't run vs. Sen. Cornyn; attorney sets up exploratory committee

Blake, Aaron
May 2007
Hill;5/30/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 64, p6
The article offers information related to politics in the U.S. The Austin American-Statesman reported that Rep. Nick Lampson (D-Texas) will not run against Sen. John Coryn in 2008 but instead will run for reelection to the House of Congress. It was also reported that San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts will open an exploratory committee for a Senate bid. Watts has hosted a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee fundraiser and often has been mentioned as a potential candidate.


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