Generation gap among Dems puts Texas in play

In 1991, Sylvia Garcia joined a number of Hispanic elected officials in Arkansas, where she met a young governor named Bill Clinton, who was considering a White House bid, and his wife, Hillary."I remember meeting her then and thinking, 'Gosh, she's so brilliant, she should be running for president,' " Garcia said. The same year that Garcia helped launch Bill Clinton's campaign for the presidency, Ana Hernandez was in the eighth grade.Today, Garcia, 55, is a Harris County commissioner in...Full Story
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