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New Revelations Show Key Facts in Pro-Choice Texas Gov. Candidate's Much-Touted Biography Aren't Entirely Accurate


"Some facts have been blurred."

Texas Sen. Wendy Davis listens during an education roundtable meeting in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. Davis, the presumptive Democratic nominee for Texas governor, unveiled education proposals at the North Texas meeting. (AP Photo/LM Otero) AP Photo/LM Otero

Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis was catapulted onto the national stage last June after staging an 11-hour filibuster in an attempt to halt a contentious abortion bill in the Texas Senate.

She's now hoping to become the state's first Democratic governor in nearly two decades -- but new revelations over the weekend could do damage to her credibility and provide campaign fodder for her opponent, Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott.

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