State Sen. Wendy Davis took her campaign for governor to San Antonio on Monday. Davis toured a local tech company with San Antonio mayor Julian Castro before meeting with campaign volunteers.
During an event in her hometown of Haltom City last Thursday, Davis made official her plans to run for governor. In an interview with YNN on Sunday, Davis said she is the change Texans are looking for.
"Many people in Texas feel that the current leadership is just not reflecting the priorities that they and their families have,” Davis said. “They want to see us talking about investing in a good public education for their child, making sure they have the promise of going to college, keeping our economy strong, having a good workforce so we have a good economy and sound jobs for Texas families."
Davis will likely face Republican frontrunner Attorney General Greg Abbott in the general election. Abbott needs to beat Tom Pauken in the primary election.
So far, Davis isn't facing any Democratic challengers.