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Head of State and Government: President George W Bush since 2001.
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Pop/Land:30.5 per sq km.
Population: 294,800,000 (official estimate 2004).
 
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    In swan-song speech as governor, Texas' Perry touts record

    File of Texas Governor Perry speaking at a media conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in DallasBy Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Texas Governor Rick Perry gave his last major speech as leader of the country's second most populous state on Thursday, extolling a record of job creation and economic growth that has made him a possible 2016 Republican presidential contender. Speaking to a joint session of the Texas Legislature, Perry said that between December 2007 and today, the state had created 1.4 million jobs while the rest of the country had lost 400,000. Perry is also facing a criminal trial in Texas for felony charges of abuse of power that have clouded another run. In his speech, Perry attacked President Barack Obama's administration over border security, talked about bipartisan efforts to decriminalize certain types of drug offenses in the state and build the largest wind-turbine power network in the country.




    Republicans set next national convention for July 18-21, 2016
    The Republicans will meet July 18-21 next year in Cleveland to nominate their 2016 presidential candidate, the party said on Wednesday, dates more than a month earlier than their convention in 2012. "I'm pleased to announce the 2016 Republican National Convention will kick off on July 18," Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. The party selected Cleveland last year as its convention site. Ohio is a crucial swing state in presidential elections.

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    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie delivers his state of the state address at the New Jersey State House in TrentonNearly three in five registered voters in New Jersey do not think their governor, Republican Chris Christie, would make a good U.S. president, according to a poll released on Thursday. Christie, who is seen as a potential candidate in the 2016 election, has twice won the governor's office in New Jersey, where nearly twice as many voters are registered as Democrat than Republican. In a putative presidential election between Christie and Hillary Clinton, 52 percent of New Jerseyans polled by Quinnipiac University said they would vote for the Democratic former U.S. secretary of state, including 11 percent of registered Republicans. Overall, 57 percent of the registered voters polled said they did not think Christie, who prides himself on his blunt, sometimes combative speaking style, would make a good president.




     
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