Wendy Davis is not an Ann Richards or a Dolly Parton. She needs more decorum and more mature polish to serve as our governor.
Her book title reveals bravado rather than a truly confident, secure individual. Wendy comes across as self-conscious, possibly trying to use acting skills learned from her late father.
A governor represents all Texas citizens to the rest of the world. Let us elect someone of whom we can be supportive and proud to follow.
— Betty Richards,