Debra Medina

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Debra Medina
Debra Medina.jpg
Former candidate for
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Bachelor'sLe Tourneau University
OtherSan Antonio Baptist Memorial Hosptial System School of Nursing
Personal website
Campaign website
Debra Medina was a 2014 Republican candidate for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. She was also reported to be considering an Independent run for governor.[1]

In 2010, Medina was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Texas in the Texas gubernatorial primary that took place on February 2, 2010. She earned 18.6% of the vote, coming in third behind Kay Bailey Hutchison and Rick Perry.


Medina first became involved with politics in the early 1990s. She has served as chair of the Republican Party of Wharton County, Texas, and as Texas coordinator of the Campaign for Liberty. In 2002, she founded her own business, Prudentia Inc., which specializes in improving medical billing procedures.[2]


  • San Antonio Baptist Memorial Hosptial System School of Nursing
  • B.A. in Business Management, Le Tourneau University



See also: Texas down ballot state executive elections, 2014

Medina ran for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts in 2014.[3][4] Medina lost in the primary on March 4.

  • Primary
Texas Comptroller Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngGlenn Hegar 50% 612,269
Harvey Hilderbran 26% 318,899
Debra Medina 19.3% 236,531
Raul Torres 4.6% 56,937
Total Votes 1,224,636
Election Results via Texas Secretary of State.


See also: Texas gubernatorial election, 2010 and Gubernatorial elections, 2010
2010 Race for Governor - Republican Primary[5]
Candidates Percentage
Green check mark.jpg Rick Perry (R) 51.1%
Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) 30.3%
Debra Medina (R) 18.6%
Total votes 1,484,111

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