DALLAS (AP) - Three days before her debate with Gov. Rick Perry,
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison says her campaign has momentum and that
she is "peaking at the right time."
Hutchison told dozens of supporters at her Dallas campaign headquarters Monday that she will spend "every waking moment"
campaigning for governor in the March 2 Republican primary.
Hutchison said she probably will miss some votes in Washington as she turns her focus to the campaign.
The senator jabbed at Perry, promising to issue a border security plan Tuesday and characterizing his efforts on the issue as costly posturing.
A Perry campaign spokesman did not immediately respond to messages.
The governor's debate, which includes GOP activist Debra Medina, is Thursday in Denton.