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Lt. Governor Candidate Todd Staples, right, spoke to a crowd that turned out Tuesday morning at Henderson County Republican Headquarters. It was the Agriculture Commissioner’s first stop of the day on a busy East Texas blitz that included stops in Tyler, Longview, Carthage, Henderson and Palestine. Pictured with Stapes are his son, Jared and wife, Janet.

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