Odessa, Texas (Dec. 30, 2002) -- K. Michael Conaway, the 2002-2003 chairman of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and presiding officer of the Texas State Board, has launched a run for a soon-to-be-vacant congressional seat in the Lone Star State.

Conaway a CPA, is seeking to fill the void left by 10-term Republican incumbent Larry Combest, who last month abruptly announced that he would resign from the state’s 19th district shortly after being re-elected by an overwhelming margin.

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