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Because of the damage from Tropical Storm Iselle, two precincts in Hawaii County (the Big Island) in the Puna region did not open when the rest of the state held its primary on Aug. 9. The vote in both districts will be today, Friday Aug. 15. With Sen. Brian Schatz holding a 1,635 vote lead over Rep. Colleen Hanabusa in the Democratic primary, the 8,255 or so voters in these two precincts will be closely watched.

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The Senate’s first-ever Latina chief of staff is now bidding for her own spot in Congress as a Representative from California. 

“I can’t wait to prove that a woman can win in the Central Valley, but even more importantly, to show that it makes a difference to have all voices at the table.”

- Amanda Renteria #Women2014

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The Senate’s first-ever Latina chief of staff is now bidding for her own spot in Congress as a Representative from California. 

I can’t wait to prove that a woman can win in the Central Valley, but even more importantly, to show that it makes a difference to have all voices at the table.”

Amanda Renteria #Women2014

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Tough Choices

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Wendy Davis – elected to the state Senate in 2008 – made waves last June when she stood for nearly 12 hours on the Senate floor to filibuster an anti-abortion bill that shut down multiple abortion clinics across Texas. Davis has been a huge supporter of abortion rights throughout her campaign for governor – she is the target of infamous nickname “Abortion Barbie.” Davis trails Attorney General Greg Abbott by eight points in a recent poll — the smallest gap in polling numbers so far – and has been in par with fundraising totals. Davis’s campaign released its first TV attack ad this month against her Republican opponent. 

“I’m proud to be an elected official who has fought for issues that have a unique impact on women.” 

- Wendy Davis #Women2014 

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Wendy Davis – elected to the state Senate in 2008 – made waves last June when she stood for nearly 12 hours on the Senate floor to filibuster an anti-abortion bill that shut down multiple abortion clinics across Texas. Davis has been a huge supporter of abortion rights throughout her campaign for governor – she is the target of infamous nickname “Abortion Barbie.” Davis trails Attorney General Greg Abbott by eight points in a recent poll — the smallest gap in polling numbers so far – and has been in par with fundraising totals. Davis’s campaign released its first TV attack ad this month against her Republican opponent. 

“I’m proud to be an elected official who has fought for issues that have a unique impact on women.”

- Wendy Davis #Women2014 

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"Law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri will be turned over to state highway patrol."

— Missouri Governor Jay Nixon 08/14/14

"I know Ferguson will not be known as a community torn apart by violence"

— Missouri Governor Jay Nixon 08/14/14

The Possibilities of Tomorrow

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