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  • Bush's opponent, Kent Hance, portrayed him as out of touch with rural Texans, and Bush lost the election with 46.8 percent of the vote to Hance's 53.2 percent.George W. Bush-Wikipedia
  • Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance said Gonzales has generated interest in the University by recruiting outside of Lubbock and through his reputation in the news.Alberto Gonzales-Wikipedia
  • Bush also told Leach that he frequently talks with his 1978 congressional election rival, Kent Hance, the Texas Tech chancellor.Graham Harrell-Wikipedia
  • James in response had gone directly to the chancellor Kent Hance and members of the board of trustees with his accusations.Craig James (running back)-Wikipedia
  • In 1984, Democratic Congressman Kent Hance did not run for a fourth term but instead ran unsuccessfully for his party's nomination for the United States Senate.Larry Combest-Wikipedia
  • Tower decided to retire but Krueger lost in the Democratic primary, caught in the middle between the more liberal State Senator Lloyd Doggett and the more conservative U.S. Representative Kent Hance.Bob Krueger-Wikipedia

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