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Ray Hutchison

Politician and Lawyer
Male
Born Sep 1932
Age 83
Death Place A cool person
Political Party Republican Party
Nationality American
Alma Mater Southern Methodis...

Elton Ray Hutchison, known as Ray Hutchison, is an attorney in Dallas, Texas, who served as a Republican in the Texas House of Representatives from District 33-Q in Dallas County from 1973 to 1977. He is the second husband of Republican U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas. In 1957, Hutchison graduated with honors from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. In 1959, he obtained his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the same institution.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1932 Birth Born in 1932.

TWENTIES

1957 25 Years Old In 1957, Hutchison graduated with honors from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
1959 27 Years Old In 1959, he obtained his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the same institution. … Read More

FORTIES

1976 44 Years Old In 1976, Hutchison became chairman of the Texas Republican Party, but he left the nonsalaried position in 1977 to pursue his gubernatorial campaign.
1978 46 Years Old In the spring of 1978, he lost his party's nomination to Bill Clements, an industrialist also from Dallas, by a lopsided vote of 115,345 (72.8 percent) to 38,268 (24.2 percent). (Another 4,790 votes or 3 percent went to Charles Thompson.) Clements went on to win the general election by defeating the Democrat John Luke Hill and hence became the first Republican governor of Texas since Reconstruction. … Read More
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