Normally quiet Texas ag commission race gets dirty

The Associated Press - 'They're becoming rancorous. It's kind of odd - you wouldn't expect that in that kind of race,' said Cindy Rugeley, an assistant professor at Texas Tech University. 'It's a low attention race. What they're trying to do is do anything they can to catch voters.'

The two candidates for Texas agriculture commissioner have gotten plenty dirty this campaign season, but not in any effort to examine crops.

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"They're becoming rancorous. It's kind of odd - you wouldn't expect that in that kind of race," said Cindy Rugeley, an assistant professor at Texas Tech University. "It's a low attention race. What they're trying to do is do anything they can to catch voters."

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