Former state Senator Hector Uribe filed to be a Democratic candidate for Texas Land Commissioner today. Uribe returns to state politics after a 14 year hiatus, when he was the Democratic nominee for Texas Railroad Commissioner.
“The current Republican leadership is short-sighted. For example, I believe that Texans want our state leaders to help address the real threats to our environment, but many of our current state leaders continue to minimize the importance of having clean water to drink and clean air to breathe,” Uribe said.
Though Campos will find something to complain about, there will be no more excuses for low Hispanic turnout in the March primary. More from Burnt Orange.