Wendy Davis opens Oak Cliff field office


Photo by Danny Fulgencio

Texas Sen. Wendy Davis, a Democrat running for Texas Governor, opened a field office in Wynnewood Village Sunday.


Photo by Danny Fulgencio

About 100 supporters cheered Davis as she arrived at the makeshift office, a former clothing store with a leaky ceiling. Davis told supporters she had attended three church services in Oak Cliff Sunday. She also made a stop at the opening of a new Texas Organizing Project office at 401 W. Jefferson.

Davis told supporters that she is depending on Democratic southern Dallas in her run for governor.

Her Republican opponent, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, is from Duncanville.

By |2014-09-09T11:06:10-05:00September 8th, 2014|News, Politics|2 Comments

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  1. […] Davis was here a year ago on the campaign trail. See our coverage of that visit here. […]

  2. G Gordon Liddy September 11, 2014 at 11:54 AM

    What a lost cause. She might as well give her money to an organization like: ”Fighting the Negative Portrayal of Snakes in Movies” or ”New Carbon Fiber Golf Club Shafts for Obama” . . . #REPUBLICANSWEEP2014

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