Lt. Governor David Dewhurst made an unexpected appearance at the Republican National Convention Tuesday, and made some news while he was there.
Dewhurst confirmed he will run for re-election in 2014, despite Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson and Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples also in the running for his job.
According to our crews on the ground, Dewhurst spoke to the Texas delegation Tuesday morning and pledged his support to his former rival Ted Cruz in the race to fill Kay Bailey Hutchison's U.S. Senate seat.
Our Paul Brown just spoke with Dewhurst in Tampa. Here is his extended conversation.
A handful of state leaders have expressed interest in running for Dewhurst's Lieutenant Governor seat, including Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples.
YNN Political Reporter Alana Rocha caught up Staples just north of Tampa Tuesday. Check out her interview in the video below.
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