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Well, You Know, Ron Natinsky Could Have Opened Up His Own 8-Track Museum ...

... but instead, he's running for mayor. Above you'll find the spot set to premiere on local TV tonight, which is good timing -- Sam's cover story about the Dallas mayoral race is set to hit newsstands tomorrow. And in it, he discusses when and why "bringing businesses to Dallas" became the overarching theme of this particular campaign, during which the four candidates insist they won't raise taxes while also refusing the point to one place where they'd cut the budget. One quick question: Who didn't help bring AT&T and Comerica to Dallas?

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