David Dewhurst says he entirely expects to find re-election in 2014

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Texas Republicans sent 307 representatives and alternates to a Republican National Convention in Tampa — a second-largest fortuitous in a United States.


Supporters of Ted Cruz’s bid for timid Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison’s chair in a U.S. Senate are display their honour during a Republican National Convention. Here, one Texan’s t-shirt proclaims him partial of a “Cruz Crew.” (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


Rep. Louie Gohmert urges Texas representatives and guest during a Republican National Convention on Monday, Aug. 27 to say their unrestrained even after a Nov choosing is over. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, speaks with supporters after imploring Texas Republicans to go door-to-door in support of GOP possibilities on Sunday, Aug. 26. The three-term senator is timid from a U.S. Senate. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, talks with Texas representatives after rallying Lone Star State Republicans during a party’s inhabitant gathering in Tampa on Monday, Aug. 27. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


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Texas Republican Party Chairman Stephen Munisteri introduces Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, during a commission assembly during a Republican National Convention in Tampa. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


Texas representatives arrived during a assembly Monday morning to find this swag: H2O bottles from Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / Houston Chronicle)


Alternate nominee Jon Burgin, from San Antonio wears a Pro-Life badge on before a start of a Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Monday. (Charlie Neibergall / AP)


Brad McCally from San Antonio, Texas sits in a chair on a building of a Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. (Jae C. Hong / AP)


A Texas nominee bows his conduct in request during a bid on a opening day of a Republican National Convention. (Lionel Hahn / Abaca Press/MCT)

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In remarks that have repercussions for a horde of desirous statewide open officials, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst pronounced Tuesday he “fully expects to be using for re-election as vital administrator in Mar of 2014.”

Speaking to reporters following his debate to a Texas commission during a Republican National Convention in Tampa, Dewhurst pronounced he “enjoyed assisting Texas pierce forward.”

David Dewhurst (AP Photo/LM Otero)

His preference his implications for several statewide officials who have also indicated an seductiveness in a office, including Attorney General Greg Abbott, Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, Agriculture Commission Todd Staples and Comptroller Susan Combs.

Dewhurst also gave a commission a preview of a vital issues confronting a Texas Legislature when it convenes in January. He pronounced Sen. Tommy Williams, R-The Woodlands, will offer in a prestigious position as chair of a Senate Finance Committee. And he vowed to work with Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, to enhance propagandize choice for Texas relatives whose children are in “failing” schools. He pronounced he privately “don’t have any problem with a module in that children’s relatives accept a remuneration from a state to select a school. But he said, a “a lot of sum have to be worked out” in formulating a propagandize document program.

Dewhurst was trounced in a Jul 31 Republican Senate runoff by Ted Cruz. Cruz, a state’s former barrister general, will residence a Republican National Convention tonight.

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