|Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts|
|Bachelor's||Le Tourneau University|
|Other||San Antonio Baptist Memorial Hosptial System School of Nursing|
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.
- San Antonio Baptist Memorial Hosptial System School of Nursing
- B.A. in Business Management, Le Tourneau University
|2010 Race for Governor - Republican Primary |
|Rick Perry (R)||51.1%|
|Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)||30.3%|
|Debra Medina (R)||18.6%|
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- Statesman, "Year of the Women? Will Greg Abbott face Wendy Davis, Kathie Glass and Debra Medina in 2014?," October 1, 2013
- The Texas Debates
- Texas Tribune, "Susan Combs Won't Seek Re-election," May 29, 2013, accessed July 24, 2013
- Medina for Texas, "Campaign website," accessed July 24, 2013
- Texas Office of the Secretary of State, "2010 Republican Party Primary Election", March 2, 2010
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