Thursday, July 30, 2009

Shared governorance

In Monday's Dallas Morning News:
In his latest campaign report, Perry collected $106,000 from five A&M regents - all of them his appointees. But a review of the latest campaign reports indicates that when it comes to money from College Station, challenger Kay Bailey Hutchison is the favorite of Aggieland.

Hutchison raised more than $27,000 from College Station contributors - among them, professors, administrators, A&M boosters and an associate dean. Also, former A&M President Ray Bowen gave Hutchison $1,250. Perry got less than $500 from College Station.
This is what Vision 1920 means by shared governance. TAMU should be run by people who share something with the Governor.

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