At the bottom of Clay Robison's column yesterday is a mention about what should be another one of the high profile State House races for next year:
Amber Moon, communications director for the Texas Democratic Party, is thinking about returning home to Pasadena to run for the legislative seat being vacated by Republican Robert Talton, who is running for Congress.
Moon, 28, still has a lot of personal ties in the district and worked for two years for former U.S. Rep. Ken Bentsen, when he represented the area in Washington.
Businessman Ken Legler already is running for the Republican nomination, and Fred Roberts, a member of the Pasadena school board, also has been eying a GOP primary race.
Although the district has been in Republican hands for several years, Moon believes a Democrat could be competitive.