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Last night, Wendy Davis spoke to a huge crowd in Austin to celebrate the anniversary of her filibuster. I met the political director of Battleground Texas at the event & promised a diary, so here it is. if you want to skip the pictures & fangirling, and just help us turn Texas blue, you can do that right here: Battleground Texas: What Will You Do?

Here's a crowd shot from Austin:

Of course everyone was thrilled. She was in full-on campaign mode - there's an article from the Texas Tribune here: On Filibuster Anniversary, Davis Targets GOP "Insiders"

Here's something that must have been making the rounds last year but I missed it. It so covers Wendy's feisty attitude:

Our Lieutenant Governor candidate, State Senator Leticia Van dePute, she of the "At What Point" quote, also spoke -- and wow she is good. Senators Kirk Watson and Senfronia Thompson also spoke -- and can I just say we have the people who know how to fire up a crowd.

So whether you're in Texas or not, how about helping us out, right here: Battleground Texas: What Will You Do?

here is a good pic -- all the pics are from Battleground's twitter feed, as short as I am, I don't try to get pics at events like this -- of Wendy & Leticia:

I hope everyone saw the segment earlier this week on the surprisingly easy way to turn Georgia blue -- voter registration. Here is is in case you missed it:

link since I can't embed MSNBC video

Guess what's one of the things Battleground Texas is working on??? We can turn Texas blue, y'all, we really can, we just need your help:
Battleground Texas: What Will You Do?

check out this storify with tweets & pictures from yesterday - they're fantastic: https://storify.com/...

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