Texas Election Results 2010: Governor Rick Perry Wins against Bill White

By on Nov 4, 2010 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments

Rick PerryAccording to international news sites, Texas Governor Rick Perry won against his rival Bill White securing his third term as a governor of Texas. He is now considered the longest serving Texas governor in history.

The incumbent governor took 55% of the total votes, winning against his rival Bill White with only 42% of the votes.

James Richard “Rick” Perry is the 47th governor of Texas, having held the office since 2000. He is a member of the Republican Party.

He assumed office as governor in December 2000 when Governor George W. Bush resigned to become the US President. Perry was elected to two full terms in 2002 and 2006 and now in 2010 won to his third full term.

Here is his winning speech video from Youtube:



Photo Credit: Wikipedia



Spread The News!



Tags: , , ,

Advertisement

Related News



What's On Your Mind?




Pinterest
Email