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Gov. Good Hair Vs. Mayor No Hair

By Omar Villafranca
|  Thursday, Jun 17, 2010  |  Updated 10:00 AM CDT
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Gov. Good Hair Vs. Mayor No Hair

BillWhiteforTexas.com

Candidate for governor, Bill White, with Willie Nelson's mane.

Gov. Rick Perry is known as "Gov. Good Hair." His Democratic opponent, former mayor of Houston Bill White, could be called "Mayor No Hair."

For Bill White's birthday, his campaign is sending out a "birthday link" where supporters can sign a birthday card for White and put the bald challenger in a wig.

The more signatures, the more wigs supporters can put on White's picture. Get enough signatures, and supporters can see Bill White with Rick Perry's hair (seriously).

Until then, White supporters can superimpose Ross Perot's tight do, Yao Ming's fuzz, Don Henley's mane, Willie Nelson's braids or Beyonce's locks on the bald Bill White.


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