Are Suburban Women Key to Democratic Resurgence?

While the Hispanic vote has been the focus of much of the analysis of Democrats’ prospects for turning the Republican tide that has swamped them since 1994, in the short term, they will almost certainly need to look to suburban women in the 2014 election — especially if Wendy Davis is at the top of the ticket.

However the Democratic Party, Battleground Texas and (especially) a likely Davis campaign for governor divide the labor of both increasing turnout and increasing the Democratic share of the vote, they will have to do more than wait for a big rise in Hispanic ...

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