DALLAS -- Democratic Texas Treasurer Martha Whitehead, who retained her post by a narrow margin in elections this week, faces another challenge: keeping her promise to work for abolition of the state treasury.

Whitehead ran on a platform that called for elimination of her $79,000-a-year job and consolidating the treasury, which has 260 employees and an annual budget of about $11 million, with the Texas comptroller's office.

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