Governor James 'Rick' Richard Perry's Public Statements

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Full Name: James 'Rick' Richard Perry
Current Office: Governor, Republican
First Elected: 11/05/2000
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Anita; 2 Children: Griffin, Sydney
Birth Date: 03/04/1950
Birth Place: Paint Creek, TX
Home City: Austin, TX
Religion: Methodist
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3/13/14 Gov. Perry Welcomes Queensland, Australia Trade Office to Texas 11/05/13 Bringing Texas Closer to the Rest of The World 2/08/13 Texas Ranked Top Exporting State for 11th Consecutive Year 1/30/13 Gov. Perry: Technical Skills Expand Opportunities for Texas' Workforce 11/01/12 Gov. Perry Addresses Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce 9/21/12 In Case You Missed It: Texas has Largest Increase in Employment of All States Last Month 9/11/12 Gov. Perry Meets with Italian Company Finalizing Plans to Bring Jobs to Texas 3/08/12 Governor Perry's Remarks at 2012 Angel Capital Association Summit 2/10/12 Texas Ranked Top Exporting State for 10th Consecutive Year 1/07/12 2012 ABC/Yahoo!/WMUR New Hampshire Republican Primary Debate 12/01/11 Statement by Rick Perry blasts Gillibrand bill on Congressional Insider Trading 11/09/11 CNBC "Republican Presidential Debate" - Transcript 10/18/11 CNN Western Republican Presidential Debate 10/11/11 Bloomberg/The Washington Post Republican Presidential Debate 2/16/11 Texas Ranked Top Exporting State for 9th Consecutive Year 9/22/10 Gov. Perry Announces TEF Investment Bringing 350 Jobs to Irving 9/22/10 Gov. Perry Speaks at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's 31st Annual Convention and Business Expo Legislative Reception 7/21/10 Governor Perry Speaks to the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce 6/21/10 Gov. Perry Meets with President of Republic of China Taiwan 5/27/10 Gov. Perry, Nuevo Leon Governor Discuss Shared Security, Economic Goals 5/27/10 Gov. Perry: Fox Executives Announce New Texas Production 4/01/10 Gov. Perry and First Lady to Lead Texas Economic Development and Tourism Delegation to China 2/11/10 Texas is Number One Exporting State for 8th Consecutive Year 11/13/09 Gov. Perry Speaks to TTARA 7/30/09 Gov. Perry's Remarks at CHI Relocation Announcement 7/29/09 Gov. Perry's Remarks to the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce 6/26/09 Gov. Perry: Cap and Trade Would Be Largest Tax Increase In U.S. History and Hurt Texas' Economy 6/12/09 Gov. Perry's Remarks to the American Legion Boys State 2009 6/09/09 Gov. Perry: Cap and Trade Could Severely Hurt Texas' Economy 3/13/09 Expanded Unemployment Program Would Hurt Texas Employers and Their Employees 3/12/09 Gov. Perry Sides with Texas Employers in Responding to Federal Stimulus Guidelines 3/05/09 Gov. Perry Celebrates the Successes of the Texas Emerging Technology Fund Highlights Fund's positive impact on North Texas 3/04/09 Gov. Perry Expresses Support for the Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program 2/25/09 Gov. Perry Addresses the Texas Association of Builders 2/24/09 Gov. Perry Addresses the Texas Association of Realtors 2/17/09 Gov. Perry Addresses the National Federation of Independent Businesses 2/12/09 Texas is Number One Exporting State for 7th Consecutive Year 2/05/09 Gov. Perry Announces an Emerging Technology Fund Grant to the University of Houston 2/05/09 Gov. Perry Addresses the Opening Ceremonies for Houston's India House Celebrates the contributions of "Indo-Texans" 1/30/09 Working Together We Will Build A Stronger Texas 1/30/09 Working Together We Will Build A Stronger Texas 1/23/09 Gov. Perry Reflects on the Importance of Fiscal Discipline in Texas 10/28/08 Gov. Perry Dedicates New Border Freight Facility 10/22/08 Gov. Perry Addresses the Texas Taxpayers and Research Association 10/21/08 Gov. Perry Remarks to the Dallas Regional Chamber 10/16/08 Gov. Perry Addresses the Texas Chemical Council 10/15/08 Gov. Perry Addresses the Greater Houston Partnership 10/09/08 Gov. Perry Promotes Recruitment of NBAF to San Antonio 6/05/08 Gov. Perry: "Texas Is Wide Open for Business" 3/03/08 In Case You Missed It: Wall Street Journal Heralds Texas Economy