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Politico says Fisher is leaning against running. Apparently, Brunner (SOS) may be considering a bid though.

Texas Iconoclast

Some outlets are suggesting State Auditor Mary Taylor


Roll Call suggested Ken Blackwell and Mike DeWineSSP is wondering about John Kasich


I can't see Mary Taylor running. True, she's the only incumbent Republican statewide elected official, but nobody really knows who she is. At least that's my impression - I'd be interested to see any numbers supporting or refuting.I've been thinking about Blackwell, and it'll depend on how the race for RNC chair turns out. I don't see him giving that up to run for Senate, but I do see him running for Senate if he loses the RNC chair race.

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