Anne McAfee, a longtime Democratic activist who suffered a stroke during state Sen. Wendy Davis’ filibuster in an abortion debate June 25, died Saturday morning at her home in Austin. She was 82.
Born Anne Elizabeth Castleberry on Oct. 15, 1930, McAfee was a lifelong Austinite and became interested in politics as a child, volunteering at age 13 on Minnie Fisher Cunningham’s 1944 gubernatorial campaign.
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