AUSTIN — Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis' rise from a teenage single mother living in a trailer park to Harvard Law School is a centerpiece of her campaign for Texas governor, but some of the details of her personal story may be fuzzier than first thought.
Davis, now 50, has long said she first took a job at 14 to help support her single mother and three siblings in Fort Worth. By 19, she was married and divorced with a child of her own and living in a mobile home.
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