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.
A new ABC News Washington Post poll released Wednesday say 57% of all Americans support Hillary Clinton's run for president in 2016. Clinton has said she won't run for president.
Those poll numbers look good, but what are her weaknesses if she runs?
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors David Frum and Donna Brazile. FULL POST
We are only 14 days from Election day and the polls show a dead heat between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. A day after the last presidential debate, both campaigns are making the tough choices in order to obtain 270 electoral votes.
According to the CNN Electorial Map, President Obama is currently leading 237 to 191. But remember there is still time for an October surprise.
OutFront tonight: Chief National Correspondent John King in Occuquan, Virginia.
As thousands of young undocumented immigrants across the country begin lining up for the forms that will allow them to take advantage of President Obama's executive order sparing them from deportation for at least two years, questions are already being raised about the long-term effectiveness and permanence of the program.
Should these young people be concerned about officially revealing themselves as illegal immigrants? Will the President's order face future challenges from Congress? And what happens if Mitt Romney wins in November? Joining us tonight to discuss are journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas, famous for penning a 2011 New York Times Magazine piece revealing his illegal status, and David Leopold, the former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.