What Wendy Davis Would’ve Done Differently

Photo: Jen Reel

The former state senator opens up about the ‘grief’ of watching the Lege as an outsider and what Texas Democrats will have to do to re-energize their base and bring young voters to the polls.

It’s been almost a year since the 2014 election put an end to what had started out a period of unusual optimism for Texas Democrats, one that began with Wendy Davis taking to the Senate floor in running shoes. Davis’ filibuster was a truly remarkable moment in the history of Texas politics, and …….. read more here. 

by Christopher Hooks

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