Speculation surrounds Matthew McConaughey possibly running for Texas governor

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ABC News’ Zohreen Shah reports on speculation that Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey will run for governor of Texas, a threat Gov. Greg Abbott is said to be taking “very seriously.”

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