State Senator Wendy Davis
Question looms whether a defeat will reduce Sen. Davis political force.
Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis rallys votes in the final hours.
Walking along West Magnolia Avenue, Democratic candidate for Governor Wendy Davis points to the city’s re-development of this area as an example of her leadership on economic development issues while serving on the Fort Worth city council.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A 42-year-old homeless man has pleaded guilty arson charged for throwing Molotov cocktails at the door of State Senator Wendy Davis’ office two years ago. Cedric Carmond Steele entered the guilty […]
He burst into the national spotlight 2010 after giving an emotional speech letting homosexual teens who are victims of bullying know “it gets better.” Tuesday night Joel Burns announced that he is resigning from the Fort Worth City Council.
Democratic candidate for governor Wendy Davis is calling on Texas to settle a school finance lawsuit and convene a special session of the Legislature.
Democrat Wendy Davis promised a more populist and bipartisan state government in Texas as she declared her long-anticipated candidacy for governor Thursday, but she didn’t mention abortion rights, the subject that brought her to national attention.
Democrat Wendy Davis, a state senator who catapulted to national prominence this summer with a filibuster over access to abortion, is running for Texas governor.
The state senator who became a national sensation for staging a marathon filibuster is calling sweeping new restrictions on abortion “a clear break with Texas families.”
Hundreds of pro-choice supporters, angered over new abortion restrictions set to become law in Texas, are expected to gather at Dallas City Hall Monday evening.
More than 2,000 people signed up to testify about proposed abortion restrictions before a Texas House committee on Tuesday, but rules imposed by the panel’s top Republican mean no more than 140 members of the public would get a chance to speak.
Sen. Wendy Davis says protestors were quiet and respectful inside the capitol until they saw the presiding officer not following the rules that he was asking them to follow… ultimately they spoke out.