Storify: Davis, Shelton Tussle in First SD-10 Debate
On the campus of Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, state Sen. Wendy Davis, a Democrat, and her Republican opponent Mark Shelton squared off on education funding, women's health, and of course, ethics.
In their first debate in a nail-biter of a state Senate race, incumbent Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, and state Rep. Mark Shelton, R-Fort Worth, traded barbs on legislative ethics in a spirited debate on everything from school financing to federal health reform. We tweeted the ins and outs of the forum, which you can follow in the Storify below.
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