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August 12, 2014


Castro Already Eyeing Higher Office in Texas

"After years of being confused for his twin brother, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) has come up with an easier way for local residents to distinguish between himself and former mayor Julian Castro," the Washington Post reports.

Said Castor: "If you see one of us here, it's me. There's one of us left in town."

"Castro the congressman is the only brother duty-bound to spend time in Texas now that his brother is serving as President Obama's secretary of Housing and Urban Development... He doesn't deny interest in running in 2018 against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), or for governor if Democrat Wendy Davis loses this year, as expected, to Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott in the race to succeed GOP Gov. Rick Perry."












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