Incumbent Sid Miller and Texas Rep. James White Lock Horns in Primary Race for Ag Commissioner

1/12/2022 3:00:00 PM

Ahead of the March primary, the race for Texas agriculture commissioner is heating up.

Sid Miller, James White

Gettin' Heated: Incumbent Sid Miller and Texas Rep. James White Lock Horns in Primary Race for Ag Commissioner

Ahead of the March primary, the race for Texas agriculture commissioner is heating up.

: 34% say they’d back him, with 3% going for White, according to polling released in November by the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation. (Another 61% said they weren’t sure how they’d cast their vote.)“My understanding is Sid Miller is definitely the strong favorite,” said Dr. Christopher Macaulay, an assistant political science professor at West Texas A&M University.

On top of its responsibility for the state's agriculture, the Texas Department of Agriculture administers school lunch and breakfast programs for students. Still, this is the kind of race where most of the Texans who will pay attention are those who are involved in agriculture and are rurally based, Macaulay said.

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most likely Republican primary voters : 34% say they’d back him, with 3% going for White, according to polling released in November by the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation.Texas News COLLEGE STATION, Texas (CBSDFW.Marin Wolf There are a total of 11,040 hospitalizations in the state, including 3,424 in North Texas.” that “CCP members should not have access to our schools,” in reference to the Chinese Communist Party.

(Another 61% said they weren’t sure how they’d cast their vote.) “My understanding is Sid Miller is definitely the strong favorite,” said Dr. He was 29. Christopher Macaulay, an assistant political science professor at West Texas A&M University. Tarrant County Tarrant County reported 47 deaths and 28,265 cases in the last week. On top of its responsibility for the state's agriculture, the Texas Department of Agriculture administers school lunch and breakfast programs for students. 10 after his car drifted across the center line, sideswiped a vehicle and then collided with an SUV, said Sgt. Still, this is the kind of race where most of the Texans who will pay attention are those who are involved in agriculture and are rurally based, Macaulay said. “We have asked that leaders be mindful of rhetoric and statements that would unfairly target Asians or spread racist stereotypes,” Wu, who represents the 137th district, wrote.

Dr. Texas A&M coach Pat Henry said Lendore was driving home from practice when the crash happened. The death toll is 5,085. Thomas Marshall, a political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, said Miller has some baggage. Editorial boards will likely dredge up past scandals during the race and many may ultimately favor White. The driver of the SUV, a 65-year-old woman, was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, DPS said. Miller harkens back to the “rustic age of Texas politics” where one could be a flamboyant character, Marshall said. The county reported that 1,182 people were hospitalized with the virus. That fact likely drives a lot of more “mainstream” Republicans crazy. The cause of the crash was under investigation Tuesday. “To casually conflate all Chinese students in America with actual registered members of the ruling party in the People’s Republic of China is not only ignorance of extreme nature, it is also the type of rhetoric that drives anti-Asian hate crimes,” he said in a statement.

“He’s always been one of those colorful throwbacks to lively Texas history, which we don’t really see very much,” he said. Jason Vaughn, president of the Houston Young Republicans, said he’s been friends with White for a long time. In 2014, he went undefeated through 14 races at 400 meters while winning individual NCAA indoor and outdoor championships. Collin County The state added seven deaths and 11,587 cases to Collin County’s totals in the last week. As a small beef farmer, White actually works in the industry. He’s also served six terms in the state House and chaired the committee to pass constitutional carry. 2, 2021. White has insider knowledge of the agriculture industry, which affects a massive part of Texas’ budget and ecosystem, Vaughn said. The death toll is 1,228.” “I hope the people of HD 62 use their votes to show they don’t agree with your brand of fear-based pandering either,” Jetton wrote.

Under the incumbent, fees have increased and are more frequent, which is one of the reasons why Vaughn is personally endorsing White. “He was indeed a trailblazer, a life gone too soon. On top of that, the hemp license-selling scandal should be a major issue for Texas voters, Vaughn argued. That, along with the higher fees, makes him concerned for the industry.” Lendore spent the past two years as a volunteer assistant at Texas A&M while he continued to compete professionally. “This is not Chicago,” Vaughn said. “We shouldn’t have to bribe officials and consultants to get stuff done. “Over the years our relationship had changed to not only one of my athletes to coach, but he was loved by my wife, children and grandchildren. In more than 48 percent of all hate incidents collected from March 19, 2020, to June 30, 2021, anti-China and/or anti-immigrant rhetoric was included in at least one hateful statement.

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