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Truck driver doesn’t campaign, wins primary for Miss. governor

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Robert Gray thought he could do a good job as governor of Mississippi, so he signed up to run in the Democratic primary. He didn’t campaign, didn’t raise money and didn’t even tell his family he was running. But amazingly, he won in a landslide victory to become the nominee for governor of Mississippi. TODAY’s Willie Geist reports.