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Sunday, December 1, 2013

BULLETIN: Here's a look forward at the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary featuring Wendy Davis a 2014 Candidate for Governor of Texas

PICTURED ABOVE: Senator Wendy Davis is widely considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Texas. Below you will find the list of other candidates who are participating in the 2014 Democratic Primary Election. Early voting for the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary in Texas begins on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 and ends on Friday, February 28, 2014. Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal is also running for Governor of Texas in the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary.

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Here's a look forward to the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary featuring Wendy Davis a 2014 Candidate for Governor of Texas

Sen. Wendy Davis announced her intention to become the next Governor of Texas to a capacity crowd of supporters at the Wylie G. Thomas Coliseum near Fort Worth, where Davis received her high school diploma.

“We love Texas not only for how good it is, but for how great we know it can be,” Senator Davis said in her speech. “With the right kind of leadership, the great state of Texas will keep its sacred promise that where you start has nothing to do with how far you can go” she added.

During her announcement speech, Sen. Davis touched on issues important to Texas families, including jobs and education.

“We’re here because we want to fight for Texas jobs and help Texas companies grow,” Sen. Davis added. “We’re here because we want every child, no matter where they start in Texas, to receive a world-class education to take them anywhere they want to go, so that success and opportunity is within reach of every single Texan, and no one in this great state is ever forced to dream smaller instead of bigger.”

Born to a mother with a sixth grade education, Sen. Davis began work at the age of 14 to help her mother and three siblings. As a single mother living in a trailer park at 19, Davis learned of a paralegal program and enrolled at Tarrant County Community College through a pamphlet given to her by a coworker. Davis eventually transferred to Texas Christian University and worked her way through college and with the help of financial aid and student loans. She eventually graduated with honors from Harvard.

Sen. Davis has served as a Texas State Senator since 2008 in Texas Senate District 10, where she unseated a longtime incumbent by building a coalition of voters in a district that reflects a true snapshot of Texas.

During her time as a State Senator, Davis was able to pass a number of important bills to protect Texas families. She co-sponsored SB 859, a bipartisan bill that would help exempt certain research and development activities and grow the Texas economy. She also won approval of a measure to reduce the enormous backlog of untested DNA evidence in rape kits that so that police and prosecutors will have the evidence needed to police and prosecutors put sex offenders behind bars.

Prior to being elected to the State Senate, served nine years on the Fort Worth City Council, where she was a leader in economic redevelopment, attracting over 260 million dollars of investment that created thousands of new jobs in Tarrant County.

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"The candidates listed below are the statewide candidates who will be on your Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary ballot if you live in Texas. (CLICK HERE IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHO YOUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE)The Democratic candidates with banners and videos displayed on this page are asking for your vote and support in this election. The early voting period for the 2014 Democratic Primary is from Tuesday, February 18, 2014 through Friday, February 28, 2014."

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United States Senate
David Alameel
Maxey Scheer
Michael "Fjet" Fjetland
Kesha Rogers
Harry Kim

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Governor of Texas
Wendy Davis
Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal

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Lieutenant Governor of Texas
Leticia Van de Putte

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Attorney General of Texas
Sam Houston

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Comptroller
Michael Collier

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Land Commissioner
John Cook

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Agriculture Commissioner
Hugh Fitzsimmons
Jim Hogan
Richard "Kinky" Friedman

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Railroad Commissioner
Steve Brown
Dale Henry

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Supreme Court, Chief Justice
William Moody

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Supreme Court, Place 6
Lawrence "Larry" Meyers

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Supreme Court, Place 7
Gina Benavides

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Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
John Granberg

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State Board of Education, District 4
Lawrence A. Allen, Jr.



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"The candidates listed below are running county-wide in Harris County; and for various districts and precincts throughout the county. (CLICK HERE IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHO YOUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE)The Democratic candidates with banners and videos displayed on this page are asking for your vote and support in this election. The early voting period for the 2014 Democratic Primary is from Tuesday, February 18, 2014 through Friday, February 28, 2014." 

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United States Representative, District 2
Niko Letsos

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United States Representative, District 7
James Cargas
Lissa Squires

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United States Representative, District 9 
Al Green

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United States Representative, District 18 
Sheila Jackson Lee

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United States Representative, District 29 
Gene Green

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State Senate, District 7
Jim Davis

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State Senate, District 15 
John Whitmire
Damian LaCroix

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State Senate, District 17
Rita Lucido

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State Representative, District 129 
John Gay

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State Representative, District 131 
Alma A. Allen
Azuwuike Okorafor

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State Representative, District 132
Luis Lopez

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State Representative, District 133
Laura Nicol

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State Representative, District 134 
Alison Ruff

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State Representative, District 135 
Moiz Abbas

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State Representative, District 137 
Gene Wu

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State Representative, District 138
Fred R. Vernon

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State Representative, District 139 
Sylvester Turner

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State Representative, District 140 
Armando Lucio Walle

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State Representative, District 141 
Senfronia Thompson

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State Representative, District 142
Harold V. Dutton, Jr.

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State Representative, District 143 
Ana Hernandez

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State Representative, District 144  
Mary Ann Perez

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State Representative, District 145 
Carol Alvarado
Susan Delgado

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State Representative, District 146 
Borris L. Miles

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State Representative, District 147 
Garnet F. Coleman

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State Representative, District 148 
Jessica Cristina Farrar

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State Representative, District 149
Hubert Vo

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State Representative, District 150
Amy Perez

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Justice, 14th Court of Appeals - Chief Justice
Kyle Carter

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Justice, 14th Court of Appeals - Place 7
Gordon Goodman

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Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 3
Jim Sharp

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District Judge, 55th District Civil Court 
Kay Morgan

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District Judge, 113th District Civil Court
Lori Gray
Steven E. Kirkland

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District Judge, 157th District Civil Court
Jim Peacock

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District Judge, 180th District Criminal Court
Randy Roll

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District Judge, 184th District Criminal Court
Mark Therling

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District Judge, 185th Criminal District Court
Mack McInnis

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District Judge, 189th District Civil Court
Ursula A. Hall

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District Judge, 190th District Court
Farrah Martinez

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District Judge, 208th District Court
Chuck Silverman

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District Judge, 230th Criminal District Court
Greg Glass

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District Judge, 234th District Civil Court
Barbara Gardner

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District Judge, 246th District Family Court
Julia Maldonado
Sandra Peake

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District Judge, 247th District Court
Clinton "Chip" Wells

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District Judge, 248th District Court
Shawna Reagin

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District Judge, 262nd District Court
Jules Johnson

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District Judge, 263rd District Criminal Court
Herb Ritchie

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District Judge, 269th District Criminal Court
George Arnold

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District Judge, 270th District Civil Court
James Hippard, Jr.

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District Judge, 280th District Court
Allecia Lindsey Pottinger
Barbara J. Stalder

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District Judge, 281st District Civil Court
Tanner Garth

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District Judge, 295th District Civil Court
Latosha Lewis

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District Judge, 308th District Court
Bruce Steffler
Jim Evans

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District Judge, 309th District Court
Kathy Vossler

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District Judge, 311th District Court
Sherri Cothrun

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District Judge, 313th District Court
Tracy D. Good

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District Judge, 314th District Juvenile Family Court
Natalia Oakes

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District Judge, 334th District Court
Daryl Moore

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Harris County District Attorney
Kim Ogg
Lloyd Wayne Oliver

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 2
Scot "Dolli" Dollinger

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 3
Gloria Cantu Minnick

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 4
Damon Crenshaw

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 2
Harold J. Landreneau

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 4
Nikita "Niki" Harmon

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Harris County Court at Law, No. 5
Ramona Franklin

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 6
Linda Geffin

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 7
Shelia Acosta

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 8
Kelli Johnson

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 10
George Barnstone
John Connolly

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 13
Jason Luong

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 14
David L. Singer

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 15
Raul Rodriguez

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Harris County Probate Court No. 1 
Kim Bohannon Hoesl

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Harris County Probate Court No. 2
Josefina Rendon

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Harris County Probate Court No. 3
Jerry Simoneaux

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Harris County Probate Court No. 4
James Horwitz

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Harris County Judge
Ahmed Robert Hassan

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County Commissioner, Precinct 4
M.I. Badat

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2
David M. Patronella

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 
George E. Risner

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2 
Don Coffey

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2
Diana Davila
Armando V. Rodriguez

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2
Zinetta Burney

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Harris County District Clerk 
Judith Snively

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Harris County Clerk
Ann Harris Bennett
Gale Young Mitchell

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Harris County Treasurer 
David Rosen

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Department of Education, Position 5 At-Large
Debra Kerner

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Department of Education, Position 7 At-Large 
Melissa Noriega

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Harris County Democratic Party Chair
Lane Lewis

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