Earlier this month, the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Survey reported that 11 percent of Texans had a favorable opinion of state Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, 12 percent had an unfavorable opinion, 19 percent were neutral, and 58 percent didn’t have the slightest idea who she was.
In other words: Ho-hum.
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Jonathan Tilove is the Statesman’s chief political writer. He has been chronicling his first Texas legislative session on statesman.com’s First Reading blog. Previously, he was a Washington correspondent for the New Orleans Times-Picayune and a Washington bureau reporter for Newhouse News Service.