Texas Gov Candidate Wendy Davis Accused of Fudging Bio Facts

Wendy Davis' bio may be misleading

By William White, InvestorPlace Writer


Texas Governor candidate Wendy Davis has been accused of fudging her biography facts.

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A newspaper article that went up over the weekend pointed out that Wendy Davis was 21 when she got a divorce, not 19. Davis argued back against the article and claimed that it was a part of opponent Greg Abbott’s campaign against her. However, the writer of the article claims that he didn’t talk to a single person from Abbot’s campaign to get information for the piece, reports Politico.

Wendy Davis’ bio paints a picture of her as a single-teenage mother that lived in a trailer and had multiple minimum wage jobs to pay for her tuition at Harvard Law School. The article examining Davis’ bio states that she only lived in a trailer for a short time and that she married a lawyer when she was 24. This lawyer, Jeff Davis, helped pay for Davis’ tuition with loans and his 401K, The Washington Post notes.

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