Nation: Talking in Texas

They seem to be everywhere: from the Panhandle to the Rio Grande, six Democratic candidates for Governor spread-eagle Texas, taking dead aim on the May 5 primary election. But while the candidates are doing plenty of talking, the voters don't seem to be listening.

Two in the Lead. With the campaign in its closing weeks, the man to catch is still Governor Price Daniel, 51, an unimposing figure in a country judge's black suit and a crushed Stetson, who wants to become the first Texan to win four two-year terms in Austin. A former U.S....

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