Bob Gammage, a law maker for the Democratic Party, and once candidate for Governor, or better known for his part in the 1970’s ‘Dirty 30’ in Texas, died Monday, at 74.
According to reports, Gammage was discovered dead by family members at his home. Reportedly, he was up late watching movies, his son, Sam Gammage told reporters.
The cause of death is not known; however, it is speculated that he might have suffered a heart attack.
The ‘Dirty 30’ was a dual party group of men who usurped the House Speaker, and other officials investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Born Robert Alton Gammage in Houston Texas, he served in the Texas House from 1971 to 1973.
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