Rick Perry in 60 Seconds

Texas Governor looks to maintain perfect political record in White House bid.
1:06 | 12/09/11

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During three decades in politics Rick Perry has never lost an election. Moving from the Texas House of Representatives to Agriculture Secretary to lieutenant governor to three terms as Texas governor. Starting out as a Democrat period voted for Ronald Reagan twice and then his conservative leanings led him to become a Republican in 1989. A fifth generation Texan and soft cotton farmers he was quarterback -- was high school football team and an eagle scout. A Methodist and self described man of faith he opposes gay marriage is a strong proponent of the Second Amendment. And is known to carry a gun at times his signature issue of jobs. A presumed front runner when he entered the Republican field last August Perry has struggled stumbling in the debates. The and in the polls. -- will need to have a -- owner -- if he hopes to get back on track to maintain his perfect political record.

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