Wendy Davis is hoping to become the first Democratic governor of Texas in 20 years.
Today, Hillary Clinton turned the spotlight on her and other women running in this year's midterm election.
"We have so many reasons to be hopeful," Clinton said, during a roundtable at the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank. "Mary Burke gives me hope. Maggie Hassan gives me hope. Martha Coakley and Wendy Davis give me hope."
Davis' new memoir is a portrait of a woman unafraid to go it alone, whether taking on the Texas senate or turning her back on the President of the United States.
CNN's Erin Burnett has more OutFront.