Over 1,000 Wendy Davis Volunteers Gather For Leadership Summits Across Texas

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This weekend, something big happened.

The Wendy Davis campaign held 11 leadership summits in cities across Texas for more than 1,000 volunteers who have taken a leadership role in organizing for the campaign.

Volunteers gathered in Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, McAllen, Laredo, El Paso, Tyler, Lubbock, Austin and Dallas. They heard from not only Senator Wendy Davis, but also Senator Leticia Van de Putte and local officials such as Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez.

These volunteers are the reason that Wendy Davis has such an impressive voter contact operation, so it is great to see them working together to develop their skills to do even more good work.

Check out some great photos from these events below the jump!The Wendy Davis campaign is already racking up important voter contact milestones.

Over 23,000 volunteers have made more than 2.1 million phone calls, knocked on 300,000 doors, and organized 10,000 events to help elect Wendy Davis as Governor.

This weekend was an important time for volunteer leaders to come together, share best practices and success stories, and — most importantly — be thanked and recognized for their work.

Below are some of the photos from the events!









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Katherine Haenschen

Katherine Haenschen is a PhD candidate at the University of Texas, where she studies political participation on digital media. She has previously managed successful candidate, issue, voter registration, and GOTV campaigns in Austin. In addition to serving as the president of Austin Young Democrats, she is also UCONN's #1 fan in Texas.

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