Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

Democratic candidate for Texas governor Wendy Davis takes part in a interview, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, in Austin, Texas. (Image source: AP/Eric Gay)

It hasn’t been a banner week for Wendy Davis.

The Democratic candidate for Texas governor came under fire early in the week for revelations that certain tidbits her highly-touted biography aren’t exactly accurate.

Then there was the video coming to light of Davis supporters caught mocking her GOP opponent, Republican Greg Abbott, for being a paraplegic. Abbott later hit back, saying “Denigrating the disabled is unworthy of Texas.”

But for Politico Magazine contributor Liza Mundy, Davis’ real “mistake” was believing America was “ready for a single mother.”

And for that, Mundy’s piece dubs her “The Most Judged Woman in America.”

Others aren’t too sure about that designation, with a few mentioning a certain former Alaska governor who could fit the bill more accurately:

Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

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Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

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Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

Image source: Twitter via Twitchy

Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

Image source: Twitter via Twitchy

Wendy Davis Dubbed The Most Judged Woman in America: Politico Magazine

Image source: Twitter via Twitchy

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