Slap Fight in Governor's Race Over Fundraising

Usually when candidates for political office turn in their fundraising reports, it’s pretty clear who came out on top. Numbers don’t lie. 

But in the increasingly bitter race for Texas governor, a fight has broken out over who raised the most money, the identity and number of some of Democrat Wendy Davis’ small donors and the way she is accounting for her funds with three separate entities. 

Counting all three entities, Davis reported raising $12.2 million in the last half of 2013. And after adding previous balances and subtracting expenditures, she ended the year with about ...

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