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October 4, 2013 | Texas Political Overview

Video duration: 26:46Video has closed captioning.

This has been an amazing week in Texas politics. A minority of the United States House of Representatives led by a Texas Senator shut down the federal government. Democrats are actually excited over a candidate for governor. Her running mate may well be a San Antonian. A conservative San Antonio city councilwoman has declared she will take on an incumbent state senator who has Tea Party backing.

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